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Old October 20th, 2010, 11:41 PM
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Have you discussed this with your vet? That should be the first move. He may also be eating too fast and regurgitating the food, I have a couple that do that with dry or wet food. Wet food is definitely good for him, I would try watering it down and mixing it to more of a puree consistency and giving him smaller amounts over a few feedings, after the vet rules out any possible medical issues.

Oh and Tux is adorable!
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