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The yellow green substance is bile from not eating. As for her not eating or drinking, in a Pug or any animal that is them telling you that something isn't right. Did you take her into the Vet and they examined her? Did they do any blood work? Tell you what to watch for? What did she eat last? Is there foam in her vomit? What brand or what food are you trying to feed her? Is she a fussy eater?
When my pug Tifa was younger she would eat just about everything she seen on the ground. Even a Bee once and her face swelled up. One day i let her out and not 5 minutes later i went to check on her and found her laying down on the ground with Foam at her mouth and poop all around her. Scared me to death. I picked her up and she was very cold so i wrapped her up in a towel and called the vet.
Im about 5 minutes away so took her in to be seen and they did blood work. Told me she might have a stint and if not fixed right away she could die. Very expensive surgery. I was terrified.
To make a long story short. I went over and over that day and could only remember that she had a hold of my husbands ciggarettes a day before this happened. I think she ate some and thats what made her very ill. If it wasnt for me getting her to the vet right away she would not be here today.
Please Have Blood work done for her. And my prayers are with you hun.. I dont know what i would do if Tifa wasnt here today.
So glad to read that she is doing better. I live in Ky and it could have been the cigs. When dry tobacco mixes with dew, sweat or any other wet substance like saliva it absorbs directly into the blood stream. Our hospital emergency rooms stay full during damp weather if people are in the tobacco fields from tobacco poisioning--- excessive vomiting, nausea, headache- violently ill.