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Vomiting

It is not uncommon for a Bulldog to vomit every now and again. In most cases there is no need for concern, however if your Bulldog's condition continues for more than 24 hours or the vomiting is consistent and very hard, seek the advice of your veterinarian.

What can I do?
There are a few things that you can do to to help your friend:

It is not uncommon for Bullies to eat so fast that they don't even chew the kibble. If vomiting occurs at regular times such as immediately after eating, there are a few things that you can try to limit how much and how fast your Bullie eats:

My Bulldog often vomits in the morning after waking up. What could be wrong?
A common experience for Bulldog owners is early morning vomiting. This can occur relatively frequently and often the expelled substance is nothing more than a small amount of yellow liquid (bile). In most instances this occurs because the Bulldog spent the night with an empty stomach. The result is minor upset and the Bullie's body is merely attempting to relieve the upset through vomiting. If your Bulldog frequently vomits bile in the morning (or any other time after not eating), the easiest way to prevent it, is to make sure your Bulldog doesn't have an empty stomach before going to bed. Many owners feed their Bullie 1/2 piece of bread just before bed. Doing this should remedy the problem.

You may also consider feeding your Bulldog more than once per day. Feeding twice per day is recommended - once in the morning and once again during the early evening.

Note: This document is provided for information purposes only. Lord Goliath's Bulldog Domain does not guarantee the veracity of this information. Under no circumstances should this information replace the advice of your verterinarian.