Is it normal for a puppy to eat anything off the floor and run around like crazy and throw up. She threw up twice they had grass in it and she was playing with a doll and she had that in her throw up. Sometimes she eats leaves she gets into everything she is 4 monts old and everyone is telling me dont worried about it because she is being a puppy, but we went to bed last night and she didn;t do it anymore. So I guess it's from running around and eating anything she sees.
Sounds to me like she's just being a puppy. It is normal for them to put anything and everything in their mouths. Keep her occupied with plenty of chew toys that are safe for her to play with. (you don't want her swallowing something and it getting lodged inside of her) Kong toys are great! You put a piece of food in them and they sit there and chew and work to get the food out. If the vomiting continues, or she becomes lethargic, or stops eating then you will want to take her to the vet. But, as long as she's running around playing and eating then she's probably fine!
Bowen still does this outside sometimes. If I take him to a big place like a park or my inlaws where he can run around over a huge area, he makes himself puke or gives himself diarrhea because hes running around and acting like a total idiot. He just runs flat out in a huge circle around us. Many long distance runners vomit during or after races heh
a few or my puppies have been throwing up foamy stuff at night only. they have had all there shots. I noticed it started happening when we let them go out back during the day. any help would be appriciated.
My Grandmother always told me that when a dog eats grass, it is like a tonic for them. They needed it in their system for what ails them, maybe they needed to throw up something from their stomach.
My dogs were eating the short, new green grass yesterday around the clotheslines, as I was hanging clothes. It was one of the only areas of my yard either not covered in snow or mud.
Puppies can be really hyper, but that is part of being a puppy. Try not to let her have any toys that she can bite pieces off of. There was someone here on TP site about 2 weeks ago that lost a new puppy they had just bought. It had been losing weight and wasn't eating. The vet did surgery and found a piece of toy lodged in the puppies intestines. He later passed on, due to the weakened condition.
As mentioned, Kongs are great dog toys. They come in all different sizes, so you should be able to find one that is perfect for your puppy.
dallas...Im not certain what the frothy vomit means...I have had it happen too.but not with puppuies..and no bad results maybe some one who has more vet knowledge will chime in...I hope it isnt bad for your sake...I hope you get some kind of answer soon...