my harley is a 10 mo. old st bernard. he threw up yesterday morning, looked to be his entired stomach contents. hes had diaherra. he will not eat. i am very concerned with him not eating cause he eats everything. he is still drinking lots of water. everytime we go out he is eating grass. he still acts like he wants to play and is still wagging the tail. but all he seems to be doing is laying around like he doesnt feel good. boiled chicken an rice and he wont eat it
Sounds like a case of intestinal worms. You might want to have him checked by a vet.
There are a lot of reasons for dogs who exhibit these symptoms: recent vaccinations, food changes, eating something bad (in the backyard or outside), pancreatitis, giardia, deworming, etc... It sounds like a visit to the vet is in order, since dehydration is a very real possibility even if he's drinking water.
Bring the dog to the Vet and have him checked - they will be the only ones who will be able to make a diagnosis. Do not wait - it can be a number of things going on.
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