I think my dog might have this. This is kind of gross so if you have a weak stomach you might want to quit reading now.
He started what I thought was vomiting several months ago, but after doing some research, I think it's actually regurgitation. It happened once or twice a month in the beginning and I just attributed it to him eating too fast, having a nervous stomach or getting into something that he shouldn't have.
I've been keeping track for a month or so and it's been happening more frequently, three times so far this month. He has shown absolutely no other symptoms of illness at all before or after any of the episodes. No problems in behavior or in eating, sleeping or eliminating. Other than the barfing, he seems fine, plays like always and loves to go on walks and in the car.
From what I've read about this condition it seems like dogs who have it can't ever eat or drink without it coming back up right after. There really isn't any treatment for it but some people recommend a special chair for eating or holding dogs upright so gravity can help them digest their food. If it's really bad dogs can even aspirate their food/water into their lungs and get very sick.
Has anyone ever heard of this or does anyone have any experience with this? I don't know if he is just in the beginning stages and it will get worse or if he doesn't have a bad case or what.
I just hate for him to feel bad, it makes me