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If he is still vomiting, I recommend that you take him into see a veterinarian as soon as possible. Vomiting like you are describing can be caused by many different things incluiding infection, intestinal parasites, a GI foreign body, or an underlying medical issue. It is unlikely that the food is causing this since he was switched a month ago. Your vet can talk to you more about the cause of the vomiting after they have examined him. They may recommend some lab tests and/or x-rays to help diagnose or rule out certain causes. The treatment that he needs will depend on the underlying cause of the vomiting. Even if the vomiting has stopped you should mention this to his vet prior to the surgery. Your vet needs to know this prior to the procedure.
John Smith, DVMVeterinarian
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