Once again, you all make me feel so much better. So reassuring. And thanks for the tips about green tripe, tripette (which I assume is a form of), and sardines. Right now, she seems to be taking crunchy kibble by hand. Wet and soft (her normal kibble covered in water) is turning her off.
Hubbub, thanks for the tip on waiting 30 minutes to feed. I will try that. It's only her breakfast that comes at the same time as a dose, so I'll delay it tomorrow morning. And I'll just wait and see if she wants dinner tonight. It should come two hours after her afternoon dose, and six hours before her night dose, so we'll see what happens. I just think she looks so skinny. A very lean, small Golden doesn't need to lose many pounds to look too thin. She is probably only about 52-53 pounds right now - normally about 56.
I'm sorry to read she's feeling nauseous. Like she doesn't have enough going on already.
If you haven't actually seen her vomit could it be the meds causing the stomach upset? Antibiotics get my system all screwed up too. I hope it clears up soon. It sure sucks while you're going through it, but it will get better.
I think it definitely is, Danny. The antibiotic she is on now is HUGE - it takes two capsule sized Pill Pockets to hide it. And she gets it three times a day. She's also on Tramadol still - would that cause nausea? She has never had issues with Deramaxx, but I'm not sure if Tramadol is harder on the tummy maybe. (She is off her Deramaxx right now - they said I could add it back when her poop firms up, but I'm going to wait til the Tramadol is finished. There are enough drugs in her little system).