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Vomiting and diarrhoea can have a wide range of causes including pancreatitis, a viral or bacterial infection, parasites, an abrupt diet change etc.
Short term, the main thing is that she is happy to eat and drink, is not losing weight and is nicely hydrated. Her abdomen should not be bloated and she should have pink and wet gums. She should be able to go on walks and not be lethargic.
It is sensible to stop all rich food, treats and chews and to offer just chicken and rice, alongside plenty of water.
Do ensure she is up to date with a good quality wormer such as Panacur.
With regards ***** ***** it sounds like they are causing her a lot of distress.
We would consider e.g.
- Ear mites
- A bacterial or fungal infection
- A foreign body within the ear
- A ruptured ear drum
It is very important a vet checks the ears, swabbing any discharge for infection and ensuring the ear drums are not ruptured.
The vet may need to sedate her to do this properly. They will clean out any wax /debris and may instil long-lasting antibiotics if she is not the kind of dog who can be medicated.
Of course, while at the vet's, they will also give her a full check over and look further into the reason for her stomach upset.