My friend acquired an English bulldog a few months ago. When the dog, Lulu, arrived, she was emaciated. The breeder claimed it was something that some of her bulldogs did after having litters -- she had just had her last litter 8 weeks before. Everything my friend fed her she threw up, including the food the breeder sent with her (Nutro/Science Diet mixture). She would throw it up about half an hour after eating -- the food would be full and undigested, and it would come up in a large amount of foam. After that, she would throw up more a couple hours later, and more, and more. Basically she threew up all day long. My friend has tried everything with limited sucess. She's managed to bring her up to a healthy weight, so obviously Lulu is getting some nutrition, but she still throws up. First she tried raw -- but she threw that up. Switched to EVO and she threw that up. She's tried CN Chicken, CN Lamb..Vegetarian Food was the worst..And now she's trying a fish based food which seems to be working better than anything else but she stills throws up. She mixes a ton of digestive enzymes in the food (enzymes for different things -- meat, vegetable, grain, dairy, etc). She uses raised bowls (the only piece of advice the breeder offered ). She's tried soaking the food in water, putting something in the bowl for Lulu to work around (so she doesn't eat too fast). She's tried feeding her several small meals in a day instead of larger less-frequent meals. She isn't fed treats. Nothing works. She took her to our regular vet who did X-rays and blames it on her vaccinations. Took her to another vet who performed the regular tests and couldn't find anything wrong. She can't afford to go to a specialist -- there aren't any nearby and with Christmas nearing she would literally be fired if she tried taking time off work. We work in a grooming parlor and with 60 dogs a day, there's no way she can take time off and travel to a specialist. Otherwise Lulu is in good health. When she came here she had hot spots, missing fur, dandruff, and greasiness...but she gets bathed a couple of times a week (more if she pukes on herself) and so she doesn't have bad skin anymore. She has a lovely temperament and is active enough for a bulldog I suppose lol. Snores alot. She doesn't throw up after drinking. She isn't dehydrated. She met another bulldog who had the same problem, and talked to a few bulldog people who said it is a rare problem in the breed -- is it? Does it have a name? Any suggestions? Thanks in advance!