How is she doing today? Is she still throwing up water? Have you spoken with your vet? If she is still experiencing these symptoms it is important to take her to the vet to determine what is wrong. Please let us know how she is doing!View Thread
"The temperatures of dogs' noses fluctuate day to day, even hour to hour...a dog can be perfectly healthy and have a warm, dry nose." You can read more in this article . Is your dog behaving strangely or does he have any other symptoms? If so, it may be good to make an appointment with your vet for an exam.View Thread
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