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    Default Any idea what this could be

    https://youtu.be/lLQJJhQ75Eo

    She does this after eating. She tries to throw up but never does. Right now she has got up and sit up 4 times on the last 20 minutes. She's usually curled up in a ball when she sleeps but now today she must be stretched out front and back legs. She can't seem to get comfortable. She looks real slow like if she was drugged. She's 9 weeks old. I was feeding origin large breed puppy mixed with some canned food I switched yesterday because she was acting like this after eating it in the evenings. Last night I switched to blue basics limited ingredient puppy formula dry kibble with the same brand mixes with 1/2 can. She also seems to itch and scratch but no fleas present. She bites her back leg a lot as well. She's had her first set of shots but not the second. I work for myself so I take her to work with me every day she chills in the truck I don't have her around other animals.

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    Looks like a case of worms. Is her deworming on schedule?


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    She did have hook worms per the vet visit 9 days ago. I'm posting again after our vet visit today and my frustration.


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    Possibilities...
    1) switch her to a grain free diet. Many dog foods have products in them that will cause severe allergies and allergic reactions. You can locate excellent quality food and see reviews at www.dogfoodadvisor.com
    2) check with your vet about Canine Megaesophagus. http://caninemegaesophagusinfo.com

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