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    staceyop posted:
    I caught my dog frantically licking the floor in the middle of the night last night. I took her outside and she started eating dry leaves off the driveway.

    When I came inside, I noticed her bowl was empty. I fedd her some small treats, which she gobbled down, so I gave her some of a leftover hamburger from the fridge.

    She seemed to immediately get better.

    Not sure why this happened, but feeding her did seem to help.

    She has a history of a weak/acidy stomach.
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    rohvannyn responded:
    Could she have had an acid stomach, thrown up somewhere hidden, then gotten really hungry later? I hope you find a good answer.


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