Originally Posted by Rosiemac
You know, i wonder if you've hit the nail on the head?!. I don't know why i havent thought of that when it's been in the health forum so many times!.
Jack is a quick eater with his wet food?. The only thing is he doesn't vomit until later in the evening or the following day, so could it still have that effect on him i wonder?.
It could be allergy or food intolerance. Best to discuss with your vet.
Sometimes Tex - my vomiter doesn't puke for a couple of hours after he eats.. sometimes it is right away. One thing that was suggested to me and works really well is to mix dry kibble in with the wet, put it in a small bowl with sides. Put a small amount in that bowl and press it down with the back of a spoon. I had been feeding on saucers and Tex was using his lower jaw like a steam shovel - scoop and gulp as fast as he could.
By slowing him down - controlling the amount of food he gets - a bit at a time - I have almost completely eliminated the vomiting. If I don't follow this protocol, then invariably I am cleaning up a mess shortly after meal time.
You could try this technique with a limited ingredient wet and see how he does.
Tex was a stray and even after almost four months in my home, he still scrounges for food all the time, I have to lock the garbage away.