Poor Hazel has not had a good week this week Weds morning she woke up fine, went out on the patio and did her morning business, came in and ate her breakfast- And then promptly threw it all up 30 mins later. I figured she probably had an upset tum, and decided to give her some time to recoup, about 5 hours later she was clear of throwing up so I gave her 10g of biscuits, which then came back up. So I gave up until bedtime, where I gave her a small handful of biscuits, these she kept down all night so I was thinking "OK, maybe it's passed.". Thurs morning, same thing, she went out and did her morning business, tail wagging, bright as anything... I only gave her half of her breakfast, taking into account what happened the day before, and again they came back up quickly. So I left her all day to settle, she continued to bring up small amounts of liquid throughout the day but was remaining hydrated and was still bright and alert, come evening I gave her 25g of boiled rice and nothing else- This stayed down nicely. Fri morning I gave her 35g of boiled rice and 10g of soaked biscuits mixed together, this also stayed down nicely and throughout the day she was able to eat small amounts of soaked biscuits on their own without throwing up. She was looking much happier and was able to keep food down, so I figured "OK, maybe we're clear of that bug now." - And then the head shaking, ear scratching and pawing started At around 2am this morning she threw up again, but just liquid this time, and I stayed awake until around 4am keeping an eye on her. She had a vets appointment today at 9:45am, so I've had very little sleep at this point anyway. So to sum this up- She has a fungal ear infection in both ears, and a slight stomach bug as there are no obstructions or blockages in her gut, she's just very empty from not eating a great deal for two days. So now I have to wressle her twice a day to put drops in each ear(she hates it), as well as give her a steroid tablet twice a day for 2 days, once a day for 4 days and then once every other day. She also had an anti-sickness injection and I was advised by the vet to give her 2-3 hours and then offer her a table spoon of soaked biscuits, if she could keep that down, offer again in 2 hours, rinse and repeat. So my bouncy springer, who is remaining bouncy at the sight of people outside, is currently laid on the sofa next to me, being held still when she starts scratching or shaking her head to prevent any aural hematomas occuring.