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Saturday, July 20, 2019

WHY DO DOG's KEEP THROWING UP?



  • Vomiting is a vibrant function in DOGs, as for eating about anything. Vomiting makes the DOG’s body like correcting a mistake. Some vomiting is nothing to worry about.


DOG THROWING UP
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  • The vomiting and regurgitation are different thing totally independent. Vomiting happens because it is a forceful ejection from the stomach and upper intestinal contents. This type consists of yellow bile colour and DOG food that has been partially digested, usually smells sour.

  • It is important to note that Regurgitation seems to be a mild discharge/throwing up of undigested food from the oesophagus through the mouth and does not involve abdominal heaving, regurgitation tends to happen shortly after eating.

  • Whereas vomiting does have an abdominal component and vomiting may occur hours after eating.



REASON FOR DOG TO VOMIT:

  • Exposure to toxins (ingestion of toxic plants or grass)

  • Kidney disease

  • Gastroenteritis (inflammation of the stomach and intestinal tract)

  • Drug side effects prescribed by VET

  • Intestinal obstruction (caused by foreign material, tumours, organ displacement, etc).

  • Inflammatory bowel disease

  • Pancreatic disease





  • Inflammatory bowel disease (IBD)

  • Parasites

  • Some types of cancer

  • Infections (bacterial, viral, or fungal)

  • Diabetes mellitus

  • Addison’s disease

  • Bilious Vomiting Syndrome (BVS)

  • Haemorrhagic gastroenteritis

  • Liver disease

  • Gastrointestinal ulcers

  • Head trauma

  • Food allergies (Eating garbage or spoiled food) or intolerance

  • Eating too fast

  • Motion sickness

  • Exercising after eating



  • DIFFERENT COLOUR OF VOMIT HAVE DIFFERENT MEANING NOTE THE COLOUR OF VOMIT SO THAT THE VET CAN DIAGNOSE BECOMES EASY AND FAST AND HEALTHY RECOVERY. THE COLOUR’s ARE: BLACK, WHITE, BROWN, GREEN, YELLOW, RED 

  • CHUNKY and GRANULAR vomit are probably related to food or something your DOG has swallowed. Chunky vomit is vomit where you can still identify DOG food parts an indication that the food brought up did not stay in the stomach very long, not had much time to digest. It could designate that your DOG ate too quickly and ran around after eating immediately.



  • A granular vomit is that has been digested and the food sat in the stomach or before going to the intestine for a while before being vomited without any warning,. If your pet is vomiting and the food that is partially digested and somewhat liquid throwing up in the vomit, which is indicative of blood will be present. The granules may look like old coffee seed, smell odd or there may be actual blood.



  • Foam-covered or oily, or clear vomit is different from granular and chunky vomit that includes partially digested food. In some cases, liquid vomit that is yellow or clear is a medical issue that has no connection to the DOG food being consumed.



  • In fact, the main difference between liquid and semi-solid vomit is that liquid vomit is a bad sign of a serious issue. While chunky or granular vomiting is more likely related to be something that has been ingested in the stomach. Liquid coming out of your DOG's mouth is never always a vomit when DOGs may be in a distressed state then drooling, or they experience clear liquid leaving from their mouth. If it is tracked by stomach contents, then it’s vomit.” If not, it isn't.



Vomiting in Puppies



  • All of the causes and endorsements of vomiting in adult DOGs also apply to all the puppies. Puppies cannot bear to the effects of vomiting even chunky or granular (dehydration, poor nutrition, electrolyte imbalances, etc.) as well as adults. Puppies become weak or even die from any relatively kind causes of vomiting if they do not receive prompt treatment from the VET.


  • It’s bad to watch a puppy vomiting but seems like little ones throw up more often than adult DOGs probably due to their playful nature as they want to explore new environment factors and swallow up items they shouldn’t have to be. If you have a pup who is vomiting, here are a few things to keep list up:



  • Puppies frequently develop gastroenteritis from a food change or ingesting plant material or any human food like chocolate bars etc. As with adult DOGs, if your puppy only had a single vomiting then its fine else, it shouldn’t be a problem.

  • Many puppies don’t stop at food and start to explore to taste all sorts of objects. These items can be of any shape or made of nondigestible material (e.g. clothes, rubber toys, etc.). This gets stuck in the outflow of the stomach or the intestines and cause constant vomiting. When this happens, a puppy will slow down and display dehydration.

  • Odd infections occur more commonly in puppies than in adult DOGs as one of this is severe infection commonly known as parvovirus, generally characterized by both vomiting and diarrhoea. Puppies with parvovirus infection can become dehydrated swiftly. If your puppy came from a litter with other puppies who were sick, or if he hasn’t had all of his vaccinations, it’s a good idea to have him checked for parvo and parasites. Parasites can be transmitted by the mother DOG as well as between puppies, which tend to have higher amounts than adult DOGs and more intolerant dramatic side effects.






SOLUTION: - 

  • Don’t feed any kind of food and water for six to eight hours. Try to keep Non-VEG for a week at a BAY.

  • If your DOG doesn’t vomit after six to eight hours then provide him with some little amount of ONLY distilled water. Gradually increase the amount of Water if he holds it for a long time. Because the stomach lining is not ready to accept any food. To make it stable we have to do this.

  • If your DOG tolerates this for more than 12 Hours then feed him with White Rice and Luke warm Milk only or low fat or non-fat cottage cheese. If your DOG does this for 2-3 days without vomiting then increase the above-mentioned meal with addition to the regular DIET in small quantity.


  • A vet can perform a radiograph or ultrasound to see if whether or not there’s an object stuck. If so, a surgery or scoping procedure is highly recommended.

  • The treatments for vomiting in puppies are very similar to those for adult DOGs. However, if you’re going to try a fast in pups then keep it to 12 hours only instead of 24, since pups have less stamina.

  • Blood test to be performed by VET’s if things go out of control, keep an eye on his diet and thing’s your DOG/pup is playing with his mouth.

  • Keep your DOG away from the VOMIT he could might lick it up and increase in more problem's. Handle your DOG carefully as he could FAINT.



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