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I recommend that you take her into see a veterinarian. The frequent vomiting after a meal is concerning and could be a sign of an underlying medical issue. Your vet can talk to you more about the cause of the vomiting after they have examined her. They may recommend some lab tests and/or x-rays to help diagnose or rule out certain conditions. The treatment that she needs for the vomiting will depend on the underlying cause. If a food change is needed, your vet can talk to you about the food that will be best for her. It is usually recommended to change food slowly. You can do this by feeding 25% new food and 75% old food for 3 days, then 50% of each for 3 days, and then 75% new, and 25% old for 3 days.
John Smith, DVMVeterinarian
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