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About once a week, Buddy our Bassett, starts heaving, and when I say heaving I mean from his toenails up heaving. Usually giving us enough warning to move him outside. Then he brings up yellowish thick mucus with one piece of grass or an herb from my garden in it. Is there a vitamin out there that would replace his grazing in the herb garden, since this seems to be what is causing the vomitting?
 

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Buddy just turn one last month, as close as we can tell, he is adopted, and he eats twice a day. When he throws up he never throws up his food, it is yellow mucus and whatever vegitation he grazed on.
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No rawhids ALLOWED in the household! They give off the same scent as wet leather shoes and I have found puppies can not tell the difference between the two, so as not to lead them in to temptation I avoid it altogethter. No it is just green stuff that comes up.
 

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Thank you! We had Buddy to the vets this weekend and it was diagnosed that he had a ear infection and a yeast infection. The doctor said if he wasn't feeling well because of these he would try "his remedy" which was eating the grass and even though it had nothing to do with the ears it was what Buddy could do. She said if he was still doing this after two weeks on the medication they would check out a few other areas. So far since he has been on the meds he hasn't been invading the herb garden so we might have this licked. Thank you for yoru suggestions and I think he will be getting a nightly snack just because!
 
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