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Frequent vomiting. #1420525
06/02/19 07:15 PM
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Hello,

I feel like it's kind of late in the game to be posting about this, but I figured I'd see if anyone has seen anything like this before.

Booster is 7-8 years old. I got him in the fall of 2016 when he was said to be 5 or 6. Over the past year he has been vomiting a lot. His activity level has not changed. He bounces around, plays normally, eats normally. He just vomits. I have been to three different vets, they have tried all sorts of antibiotics and different stomach meds, and it always comes back, or doesn't even make a dent. I have tried omitting different foods to see if he is reacting to something, but am unable to pinpoint any one thing. I am at my wits end and several thousand dollars in debt. Does anyone have any experience with anything like this?


I feed him foods from the approved fruits and veggies list, plus mealies and ensure. I have *tried* to switch him to critterlove several times but he will not touch it.

Last edited by sandbat; 06/02/19 07:20 PM.
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Re: Frequent vomiting. [Re: sandbat] #1420543
06/03/19 08:39 PM
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I have never heard of a glider just vomiting.

Is there a chance that he has something caught up in his teeth and it is causing him to gag and vomit?

How is his weight? Is he losing weight?


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Re: Frequent vomiting. [Re: sandbat] #1420551
06/03/19 09:27 PM
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Adding questions to Feather's questions:

Is he going potty/ poo ok?

Is he spitting out the insoluble part of his mealies, fruits and veggies?

Water type of water source do you provide?


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Re: Frequent vomiting. [Re: sandbat] #1420567
06/04/19 01:19 PM
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Water is filtered when I can get it, but filtered or tap doesn't seem to make a difference.

It is all liquid whenever he vomits.

His weight has not changed in months: right around 120 grams. The vet thought his poo, while normal consistency, looked unnaturally dark and worried this was a sign of ulcers, so I cut out more acidic foods and he went on antacids for a while. He seems to respond better to tummy meds. Antiobiotics do nothing.

Last edited by sandbat; 06/04/19 01:20 PM.
Re: Frequent vomiting. [Re: sandbat] #1420568
06/04/19 04:37 PM
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Water source... I'm sorry... I meant what type of container do you use to give them water?

I use bird silos and shallow dishes.


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Re: Frequent vomiting. [Re: sandbat] #1420571
06/04/19 08:36 PM
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I mainly use shallow dishes and change them twice daily.


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