Dog Euro
Euro

I have doubts about the behavior of Euro, my female dog mixed with labrador retriever

She look so sad and she was happy minutes ago she trie up a little bit and it looks like that she’s breathing so fast

locomotor digestive
over 3 years ago
Information about Euro
  • Species: Dog
  • Breed: Mixed with Labrador Retriever
  • Sex: Female
  • Age: 1 year
  • Sterilized: No
  • Symptoms: Fever, Diarrhea, Tremors, and Vomit
BarkiBot detected an urgent symptom
Tremors
If your pet has tremors it is a sign that something is not right.
Tremors with no apparent cause (cold) can be due to several reasons: neurological problems, infectious processes, etc.
You should go to the veterinarian as soon as possible to avoid complications and to understand what causes them.
We suggest you to visit your nearest vet as soon as possible.
1 vet has answered
Veterinarian Barkibu Vets
Barkibu Vets

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.

over 3 years ago