My golden has been vomiting occasionally for the past week. It seems to be happening after he eats, although not every time, but it's not immediate or anything. The vomit looks pretty much like it's just the food coming up. No odd colors or smell.
He's acting fine, happy and not lethargic at all. He's having regular bowel movements. His appetite is normal. No diet changes. I don't feed him scraps, but he has gotten a few minor handouts from others lately, like a couple of grapes and a piece of pizza crust. He's also gotten a few pieces of a new sweet potato treat this past week that I just got from the pet store.
He's about 4 years old, and I only got him about four months ago from a rescue.
Is it possible that an obstruction is causing this, even if he's still defecating regularly? Or maybe a minor bug issue? Again, he's acting completely normal and showing no other signs that something is wrong.
I have taken him to the animal hospital ER before, a couple of months ago, when he ate some rope toy and was having obvious problems trying to pass it. So I'm not averse to taking him in to get checked out, I'm just looking for some other thoughts before I go through that expense again. (He doesn't get the rope toy any more).
Many thanks for any advice.