Dog Vomiting: how to determine the causes and the choice of a cure
Posted on May 30 2018
Dog Vomiting can be a disturbing sight to witness. Not only is your dog uncomfortable, but you may also be suffering from something a little more serious than a simple festival of vomiting. There are many, many reasons why dogs vomit. Dog vomiting can be the result of anything from a simple stomach pain to canine parvovirus. Other diseases or serious conditions that can cause dog vomiting include: dog poisoning, dog worms, distemper, heat stroke, bacterial infections, food allergies and ear diseases, to name but a few. In order to diagnose the cause of your dog's vomiting, especially if it is the result of any of the above conditions, you should visit your veterinarian for a solid diagnosis and receive the appropriate medications. If you suspect that dog vomit is caused by something more serious than an aversion to your dog's current croquettes, you should contact your veterinarian immediately.
Dog Vomiting: Eating and diet changes
One of the most common causes of dog vomiting is food, and not any food. Dogs are famous for searching for food through mountains of garbage in search of food, and any other packaged goods they can get their paws on. In addition to eating junk, dog vomiting can be the result of eating grass, leaves of plants, insects, dirt, and much more. In these cases, once the dog vomits the food or plants back up, it will be fine. Just make sure you have plenty of fresh and cold water in your hand for him. Changes in diet are also a common cause of dog vomiting. If you introduce a new food into a dog's diet too quickly, your dog may vomit until he gets used to it. To avoid this unpleasant side effect, introduce new foods (or brands) into your dog's diet slowly.
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