Hi,I bought Bell a nyalbone (teething for puppies one) and she loves it.Today she woke up and didnt want to eat and thats odd.Then around lunch she ate a little and then I brought her over to my friends house and I had to pull over as she started to vomit.
I got to my friends and she played a little and did it again.Then I drove home and she started heaving so i pulled over and she vomited one more time.
Now one would think maybe car sickness? but she has been in the car before and nothing has happened.Now the only other thing i can think of is the nylabone. Its the nylon non edible teething version for puppies in chicken flavor.No pieces are missing but its gnawed up pretty good.Iam wonder if the artificial flavor or anything else associated with the nylabone could be the cause.
Has anyone heard of a connection between the two?
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dogs4jen wrote:This is just a theory, but I wonder if those little pieces that come off the Nylabones irritate their throat.
idk, i did some googling and there were alot of the same questions i asked.i wonder if its the flavoring ??
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