Tuesday, May 1, 2018

Trouble Tuesday - Emma Edition

Last Wednesday night, around 3 am, the Lady awoke to hear Emma throwing up. In her very asleep state, the Lady didn't make it in time to get Emma outside (there is a patio door off the bedroom). The Lady put Emma out and quickly cleaned up the puke as Lee likes to eat vomit.  In the puke was a fair sized piece of clear plastic. The Lady has no idea where she got it, but was glad she had puked it up. The next day Emma ate fine.

Thursday night, not sure what time, the Lady heard both Emma and Lee get off the bed. She did not hear either at the door.  When she got up in the morning, there was a huge puddle of pee, in about the same spot the vomit had been. The Lady is accusing Emma of this mess.

Saturday and into Sunday, Emma had a very upset belly. You could hear it growling from across the room. Emma would not eat dinner or breakfast. The Lady and the Man have no idea what Emma got in to that upset her belly. She has a sensitive one, and the pattern is usually, loud gurglly sounds, she skips 2 meals and then is fine. During this visit they have figured out she can't have beef, so they have been very careful with that. They guess she ate sticks or poop or something in the yard, now that 95% of the snow is gone.

Emma sure caused a lot of trouble last week. Uncle Chris should be home 2 months from today😜


  1. Sounds to me like Emma finds some very 'interesting; thingys to scoff....I'm afraid that I am exactly the same...drives my peeps NUTS!!!! (oh BTW I'm not allowed nuts either 'cos they make me want to EAT my pooh!)
    Loves and licky kisses
    Princess Leah xxx

  2. wow Emma is a treasure hunter girl ;o)... we had a puke-o-rama too after someone who wants to stay anonymous ate a truckload of mowed grass... how gross...

  3. We're thinking it could be two long months...
    Best of luck!

  4. Emma's a bit of a stinker! Maybe you should watch what you eat better, Emma.

  5. Poor Emma. We're sure she doesn't like not feeling well and causing problems. She will be happy too when her daddy comes back to get her.

  6. Hari OM
    Crikey Emma, is that the way to behave when visiting - or at home??! I am sorry you have a weakly tummy, but you jus' need to be more careful gal... You listen to Lady and Man and only eat what's good okay??? Hugs and wags, YAM-aunty xxx

  7. Abby had a really sensitive stomach when we first rescued her. First I switched her to no grain food. That helped some but she would still sometimes throw up. I started giving her two big tablespoons of vanilla yogurt (with sugar, NOT artificial sweeteners as some are poison to dogs) at night and NO MORE PUKING! Plus she loves her yogurt treat.

  8. We hope Emma feels better soon!

  9. I have two collies who are notorious for eating things they shouldn't! Hope your girl is feeling better soon!

  10. Timber had an "off" day this week too - he was eating sticks outside:)

    Hope Emma's troubles are over.

    Woos - Lightning, Misty, and Timber

  11. Ohhhhhhhhhhhhhhhhhhhhh my cats...had I know Emma was pukey I would have come up there to join her the Lady could have cleaned up 2 in one swift swoop....sorry Just kidding.
    We are sorry to hear she got into summin' but glad she is better.
    Ohhhh Uncle Chris hurry home
    Hugs madi and mom

  12. We hope your tummy feels better soon, Emma! Stay away from stuffs that's not good for you!

  13. Poor Emma. We hope her tummy is better soon.

  14. Aww, poor baby. Upset tummies are no fun, especially when the upright is sound asleep. Hope she feels better soon.

  15. Rosy is also a big "eat things she isn't suppose to and then throw them up" kind of gal.

    Feel better soon Emma!
    Rosy, Arty & Jakey

  16. Hope Emma is feeling better today
    Hazel & Mabel

  17. Tummy trouble is always a scary problem. Mom makes me chicken, pumpkin, and rice to make my tummy better. We hope Emma is all better soon.

    Love and licks,


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