Vomit en dogs

Violent and spasmodic expulsion of the content of the stomach through the mouth

Dog Holly
Holly
Holly, my female dog lachon, have diarrhea, poor appetite, and vomit
Hi, I hope she has shown some improvement or you have taken her to a vet by now. If not, I would recommend you do so immediately as dehydration can become very serious very quickly. It could be a number of things that can only be diagnosed with a veterinary consultation and diagnostic testing but Holly will most certainly need fluid therapy. Good luck
Veterinarian Melissa  Matthews
Axminster , Devon
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Dog Holly
Holly
Holly, my female dog labrador, has diarrhea and vomit
Hi there - I would recommend making an appointment with your vet today if it's being going on 2 days already, as she may become dehydrated without treatment
Veterinarian Helen Spencer
London, London, City of
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Dog Mimo
Mimo
Mimo, my male dog yorkshire , have poor appetite and vomit
Hola, no me dices su edad pero espero lo tengas vacunado para el parvo virus canino, en primer lugar debes hidratarlo vía oral con sales de rehidratacion solamente o vía intraperitonial si tiene el conocimiento por 24 horas de continuar la condición asistir urgentemente a su veterinario, gracias. Hey, do not tell me your age but I hope you have it vaccinated for parvo canine virus, first you must hydrate orally with rehydration salts alone or by intraperitoneal if you have the knowledge for 24 hours of continuing condition urgently assist your veterinarian, thanks.
Veterinarian Jesus Omar Machin Sanchez
Hialeah , Florida
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Dog Misty
Misty
Misty, my female dog bichon frese , has vomit
She might have eaten something spoiled that is causing this. withhold food for 12 hours then offer her boiled boneless chicken and rice every 6 hours in small portions. if she is eating and not vomiting, continue with this diet for 2 days. After 2 days, you can put her back gradually on her normal food. If she continues vomiting or is not eating, take her to the vet to get treatment.
Veterinarian David Elbeze
Letchworth Garden City, Hertfordshire
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Dog Archie
Archie
Archie, my male dog bichon frise and shih tzu mix, has diarrhea and vomit
Withhold food for 8 hours then offer him boiled boneless chicken and rice every 6 hours in small portions. if he is eating and not vomiting, continue with this diet for 2 days. After 2 days, you can put him back gradually on the Wainwright's puppy food, mixing it with rice for another 2 days. If he continues showing those symptoms, take him to the vet to get treatment.
Veterinarian David Elbeze
Letchworth Garden City, Hertfordshire
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Dog Lucy
Lucy
Lucy, my female dog american staffordshire terrier, has threw up, constipation, and blood in the stool
Hello. To know what's happening we have to perform a fecal analysis. If there is digested blood in the feces we need to rule out anaemia with a CBC. The next step might be an ecography for some cases, and the next endoscopy, depending on the results that we obtain on the way. Im the meantime: - You may buy a gastrointestinal veterynary-formulated diet. - When you take her to the vet don't feed her (12 hrs fast), just in case they can or want to perform an ecoghraphy. - You can pick up faeces from 3 days, sepparated 1 day from each other in sterile containers. That will permit to make the fecal analysis sooner. - If the skin on the interior of her mouth or eyelids isn't pink-reddish but pale, take her to the vet as an emergency. Giardias or coccidiae could be the cause of this problem, but the differential diagnostic is very long right now... kind regards
Veterinarian Irene Silvan
Bozeman, Montana
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Dog Sadie
Sadie
Sadie, my female dog australian cattle, has threw up
Hello, It sounds like Sadie has an infectious tracheobronchitis (kennel cogh). I guess that she's coughing, not exactly vomiting, but it's very common to mix this two symptoms. Please, take her to your vet to confirm the diagnosis. Depending on the severity she might neet some antiinflamatories or antibiotic or further treatment. Kind regards.
Veterinarian Irene Silvan
Bozeman, Montana
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Dog Fulu
Fulu
Fulu, my male dog mixed with miniature pinscher, has threw up
Hi, what you describe could be an infectious tracheobronchitis, AKA kennel cogh. It's the name of the dog's cold. If it's not severe and the dog is happy and eats well you just have to follow these instructions. - Feed Fulu in 5 times instead or 1 or two. (the same total amount but less quantity each time) - Feed him wet food instead of dry food if you can. You may add hot water to the dry food. Make sure that it isn't too hot before giving it to Fulu. - Keep him worm and dry - Avoid too much exercise, he needs to rest - Don't give him any drugs you have at home. - He could benefit from antiinflamatories (the ones for dogs) that need to be prescribed by a vet. If he looks sick, doesn't act normal, etc It's better to take him to a vet. Fulu might need some antibiotics to help with his cold. ¿When are antibiotics needed? In dogs that develop pneumonia secondary to the kennel cogh or breeds with respiratory problems that are predisposed to having serious respiratory problems (I think that It's not the case). When in doubt allways ask a vet. We are never too carfull with our pet's health. Kind regards.
Veterinarian Irene Silvan
Bozeman, Montana
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Dog Blue Savill
Blue Savill
Blue Savill, my male dog mixed with collie, has threw up
He sounds very poorly and in a lot of pain. I think you should call the vet immediately. He may have an obstruction. Does he have a distended (bloated) abdomen? If so then this potentially could be life threatening. At the very least you should call the vet and speak to the vet or nurse on duty. This should not be left. Good luck. I hope all is ok
Veterinarian Melissa  Matthews
Axminster , Devon
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Dog Mila
Mila
Mila, my female dog mixed with pit bull, has threw up
Hello! As any medicine, the one your vet had give to your dog can cause her several side effects. Most common side effects are vomiting, loss of appetite, increased salivation and diarrhea. Other possible side effects include salivating, lethargy and non-alertness. You should contact your vet in order to notify this type of side effects and he/she will know exactly what to do depending on the type of medicine. All the best for you and Mila. Note: This is an automatic answer provided by artificial intelligence previously reviewed by our veterinarians. In case of urgency, we recommend you to contact your veterinarian as soon as possible.
Veterinarian Barkibot A.I.
San Francisco, California
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Dog Chapo
Chapo
Chapo, my male dog unknown, has threw up
Hello! Vomit in dogs could occur due to different causes: obstruction, poisoning or intoxication, viruses, intestinal parasites, stomach ulcers, dietary changes, intestine inflammation, heartburn, or tumors. If your dog vomits more than once and does not begin to feel better after a few hours, do not wait any longer and take your dog immediately to your veterinarian, so he/she can determine the cause. If any of these symptoms appear, you should visit a vet urgently: - Blood appears in vomit or stool - Vomiting does not stop or appear very often - Your dog stops eating or drinking - Fever, tremors, seizures, abdominal pain appear - Vomiting and/or diarrhea persist for 24 hours despite fasting, or you notice your dog is losing too much fluid - Possible intoxication - In case of puppies, you should not wait so long for help. They dehydrate very quickly and have less body reserves to resist. If they do not start to improve after 8 hours, it is better to go to the vet. The most important thing is to keep your pet hydrated until getting to the clinic. Important: if drinking causes your dog to vomit, remove the water too! If not, with drinking and vomiting, your dog will lose even more fluid. All the best for you and Chapo. Note: This is an automatic answer provided by artificial intelligence previously reviewed by our veterinarians. In case of urgency, we recommend you to contact your veterinarian as soon as possible.
Veterinarian Barkibot A.I.
San Francisco, California
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Dog Sophie
Sophie
Sophie, my female dog mixed, has diarrhea
¡Hola! Sin un reconocimiento por un veterinario no debes dar ninguna medicación. Ten en cuenta que el desconocimiento de fármacos y sus compuestos, así como el efecto que tienen sobre nuestras mascotas puede llevar a administrar medicación que les perjudique seriamente. Si no come o bebe adecuadamente puede estar en riesgo de deshidratación. Además, un vómito constante, no controlado, puede provocar irritación del esófago produciendo una esofagitis, lo cual es muy doloroso. Si comenzase a tener diarreas o vómitos con sangre, pérdida de consciencia u otros síntomas graves, tendrías que llevarlo de urgencia al veterinario para que pueda determinar la causa y estabilizarlo. De todas maneras, debes acudir a tu veterinario para hacer una revisión y valoración de tu perro para llegar a un diagnóstico y buscar el tratamiento adecuado. Siempre se puede llegar a un acuerdo entre ambas partes y que la salud del animal no se vea afectada por ello. No dejes pasar más tiempo, su salud es lo primero. Espero haberte ayudado. Aviso: esta es una respuesta automática del sistema de inteligencia artificial revisada por nuestros veterinarios. En caso de gravedad, te recomendamos que contactes cuanto antes con tu veterinario.
Veterinarian Barkibot A.I.
San Francisco, California
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Dog Darcy
Darcy
Darcy, my female dog maltese, has threw up, difficulty swallowing, and eats nonfood items (grass, feces, ...)
Hello! Not eating or drinking is usually a sign something is wrong with your dog's health, and it could be serious. The earlier you find out what is causing your dog's problems, the better your chances are of taking the control of it. Since she has severe symptoms for days now, take her to a vet urgently, so he/she can determine the diagnosis and give her corresponding treatment. Don't self-medicate your pets. Keep in mind that not knowing of medications and their compounds, as well as the effect they have on our pets can produce serious harms. All the best for you and Darcy. Note: This is an automatic answer provided by artificial intelligence previously reviewed by our veterinarians. In case of urgency, we recommend you to contact your veterinarian as soon as possible.
Veterinarian Barkibot A.I.
San Francisco, California
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Dog Prada
Prada
Prada, my female dog yorkshire terrier, has threw up
Hello! Eggs are very nutritious for dogs, but it should be used in moderation and as a addition to a dog food. It is recommended to consult with your vet before feeding eggs to your dog. Vomit in dogs could occur due to different causes: obstruction, poisoning or intoxication, viruses, intestinal parasites, stomach ulcers, dietary changes, intestine inflammation, heartburn, or tumors. If your dog vomits more than once and does not begin to feel better after a few hours, do not wait any longer and take your dog immediately to your veterinarian, so he/she can determine the cause. If any of these symptoms appear, you should visit a vet urgently: - Blood appears in vomit or stool - Vomiting does not stop or appear very often - Your dog stops eating or drinking - Fever, tremors, seizures, abdominal pain appear - Vomiting and/or diarrhea persist for 24 hours despite fasting, or you notice your dog is losing too much fluid - Possible intoxication - In case of puppies, you should not wait so long for help. They dehydrate very quickly and have less body reserves to resist. If they do not start to improve after 8 hours, it is better to go to the vet. The most important thing is to keep your pet hydrated until getting to the clinic. Important: if drinking causes your dog to vomit, remove the water too! If not, with drinking and vomiting, your dog will lose even more fluid. All the best for you and Prada. Note: This is an automatic answer provided by artificial intelligence previously reviewed by our veterinarians. In case of urgency, we recommend you to contact your veterinarian as soon as possible.
Veterinarian Barkibot A.I.
San Francisco, California
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Dog Chiquis
Chiquis
Chiquis, my female dog chihuahua, has threw up, defecates at home, and anal bleeding
¡Hola! La presencia de sangre en las heces puede tener varias causas como: parásitos, comida inadecuada, gastroenteritis hemorrágica, heridas rectales y hasta por estrés. Cuando viene acompañada de otros síntomas, el tratamiento puede variar mucho dependiendo de la causa que lo provoque. Es fundamental que acudas a un veterinario para llegar a un diagnóstico concreto y poner solución al problema. Espero haberte ayudado. Aviso: esta es una respuesta automática del sistema de inteligencia artificial revisada por nuestros veterinarios. En caso de gravedad, te recomendamos que contactes cuanto antes con tu veterinario.
Veterinarian Barkibot A.I.
San Francisco, California
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Dog Loki
Loki
Loki, my male dog standard schnauzer, has poor appetite and threw up
Hello! Constipation can have several causes and is easy to solve. On many occasions constipation occurs because the dog swallows something that he shouldn't have ingest without us noticing, and it get hard on his stomach. It may cause him pain, or he may be suffering from gastritis, or even damage the intestinal mucosa. When we talk about constipation, we refer to a specific problem, which can be solved with some homemade tricks, a proper diet, more exercise, proper hydration, increasing fiber in your dog's diet, or adding to your dog's food one or two tablespoons of extra virgin olive oil. These are some of the possible solutions when the dog doesn't defecate for shorter period of time. If with these tricks your dog does not start to defecate, if he continues with constipation, or if other types of symptoms appear, you should visit the veterinarian to rule out possible severe medical complications. However, not eating is usually a sign something is wrong with your dog's health, and it could be serious. The earlier you find out what is causing your dog digestive problems, the better your chances are of taking the control of it. You should take your dog to a veterinarian to determine the diagnosis and, if necessary, give him a corresponding treatment. All the best for you and Loki. Note: This is an automatic answer provided by artificial intelligence previously reviewed by our veterinarians. In case of urgency, we recommend you to contact your veterinarian as soon as possible.
Veterinarian Barkibot A.I.
San Francisco, California
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Dog Empanada
Empanada
Empanada, my male dog mixed with poodle, has eats nonfood items (grass, feces, ...) and threw up
Hello! One of the toxic foods for dogs is, among others, chocolate. Nevertheless, the key is in the dosage. The risk of ingesting chocolate depends on: - the type of chocolate, - the size of the dog and - the amount ingested. Toxic component of chocolate for dogs is called theobromine. While humans digest theobromine easily, dogs do it very slowly, allowing it to accumulate in the body until it reaches toxic levels in high doses. Size of the dog matters too, accordingly a large dog can ingest bigger amount of chocolate than a small dog. It should also be mentioned that different types of chocolate have different levels of theobromine. Cocoa, cooking chocolate and dark chocolate contain the highest levels, while milk chocolate and white chocolate have the lowest levels. If your dog consumes a small amount of chocolate (e.g. one ounce) with low levels of theobromine nothing will happen to him as the amount of theobromine is not high enough to hurt him. However, high amounts may have adverse effects. If you have a small dog that has eaten a box of chocolates by mistake, you should take him to the vet. A dog is carnivorous and this should be the fundamental basis of the diet, accompanied by variety of fruit and vegetables. Chocolate should never be an ingredient to include in his diet. All the best for you and Empanada. Note: This is an automatic answer provided by artificial intelligence previously reviewed by our veterinarians. In case of urgency, we recommend you to contact your veterinarian as soon as possible.
Veterinarian Barkibot A.I.
San Francisco, California
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Dog Lola
Lola
Lola, my female dog shih tzu, has threw up
Hello! If your dog vomits more than once and does not begin to feel better after a few hours, do not wait any longer and take your dog immediately to your veterinarian, so he/she can determine the cause. If any of these symptoms appear, you should visit a vet urgently: - Blood appears in vomit or stool - Vomiting does not stop or appear very often - Your dog stops eating or drinking - Fever, tremors, seizures, abdominal pain appear - Vomiting and/or diarrhea persist for 24 hours despite fasting, or you notice your dog is losing too much fluid - Possible intoxication - In case of puppies, you should not wait so long for help. They dehydrate very quickly and have less body reserves to resist. If they do not start to improve after 8 hours, it is better to go to the vet. The most important thing is to keep your pet hydrated until getting to the clinic. Important: if drinking causes your dog to vomit, remove the water too! If not, with drinking and vomiting, your dog will lose even more fluid. All the best for you and Lola. Note: This is an automatic answer provided by artificial intelligence previously reviewed by our veterinarians. In case of urgency, we recommend you to contact your veterinarian as soon as possible.
Veterinarian Barkibot A.I.
San Francisco, California
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Dog Dough
Dough
Dough, my male dog mixed with labrador retriever, has poor appetite and threw up
Hello! When a dog vomits because of the irritated stomach, it is recommended to give him a soft diet for a few days (based on chicken, rice and boiled vegetables). However, vomiting is a very nonspecific sign that may also indicate some more serious problems. If your dog is vomiting continuously, you should take him to the vet for a general checkup and necessary testing to find any possible health problem (the best is start with an analytic to determine the diagnosis). Usually, when your dog has no appetite it is often a sign of illness, and even more if he shows other symptoms at the same time as vomiting. Although the loss of appetite does not necessarily indicate something serious, it is critical that you visit your vet since it could be a sign of significant illness like various systemic infections, dental diseases, liver problems, kidney failure among others. Therefore, it is important to visit a veterinarian who will perform relevant tests, make a diagnosis and provide a suitable treatment. All the best for you and Dough. Note: This is an automatic answer provided by artificial intelligence previously reviewed by our veterinarians. In case of urgency, we recommend you to contact your veterinarian as soon as possible.
Veterinarian Barkibot A.I.
San Francisco, California
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Dog Cody
Cody
Cody, my male dog chihuahua, has threw up, vomiting blood, and loads of mucus in the nose
¡Hola! La presencia de sangre en las heces puede tener varias causas como: parásitos, comida inadecuada, gastroenteritis hemorrágica, heridas rectales y hasta por estrés. Cuando viene acompañada de otros síntomas, el tratamiento puede variar mucho dependiendo de la causa que lo provoque. Es fundamental que acudas a un veterinario urgentamente para llegar a un diagnóstico concreto y poner solución al problema. Espero haberte ayudado. Aviso: esta es una respuesta automática del sistema de inteligencia artificial revisada por nuestros veterinarios. En caso de gravedad, te recomendamos que contactes cuanto antes con tu veterinario.
Veterinarian Barkibot A.I.
San Francisco, California
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Dog Oden
Oden
Oden, my male dog pug, has vomit, lethargy, and white foamy vomit in dogs
Hello! Sporadic shakings and lack of appetite could mean a neurological or infectious problem. You should take your dog to your veterinarian for a general examination that will allow to assess your dog’s condition. It is advisable to perform a neurological examination and an analysis that will help determine the diagnosis. Depending on the results, your veterinarian may value the performance of more specific diagnostic tests. All the best for you and Oden. Note: This is an automatic answer provided by artificial intelligence previously reviewed by our veterinarians. In case of urgency, we recommend you to contact your veterinarian as soon as possible.
Veterinarian Barkibot A.I.
San Francisco, California
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Dog Lacy
Lacy
Lacy, my female dog chihuahua, has vomit, abdominal or stomach pain, and red or irritated eyes
¡Hola! La presencia de sangre en las heces puede tener varias causas: parásitos, comida inadecuada, gastroenteritis hemorrágica, heridas rectales e incluso por estrés. El tratamiento puede variar mucho dependiendo de la causa que lo provoque. Es fundamental que acudas a un veterinario para llegar a un diagnóstico concreto y poner solución al problema.
Veterinarian Barkibot A.I.
San Francisco, California
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Dog Jasmine,Stevie,Dozer
Jasmine,Stevie,Dozer
Jasmine,Stevie,Dozer, my female dog mixed with beagle, has inflamed abdomen, vomit, and white frothy vomit
You can take them to the vet because they will need a treatment for the worms again. A consequence of the dewormer is seeing worms in the faeces,but in these cases,the puppies have to be treated by the dewormers. They had worms in the vomits because they had a lot of worms. Kind regards
Veterinarian Elena Laguno
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Zamora, Zamora
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