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DateNov 3, 2022
CategoryVomiting
Pet TypeDog
Topicvomiting
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Question:

My 1 year old bull terrier goes through bouts of vomiting, even with nothing in her stomach, like early in the morning. I am feeding her an easily digest food, her stools are regular and firm, she eats ok. We have tried prilosec and still getting the symptoms.

Answer:

It's going to be hard for me to recommend anything for you without examining her and getting a detailed history because there are so many causes of vomiting. Add to that, it is often hard to differentiate coughing, reverse sneezing, regurgitation, and vomiting. So see your veterinarian if it continues and/or worsens. Here is a link to our article about various causes of vomiting and potential treatments, both over-the-counter and prescription: https://www.1800petmeds.com/education/vomiting-causes-dog-cat-36.html

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DateSep 22, 2022
CategoryVomiting
Pet TypeDog
Topicmy dog vomiting
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Question:

why does my sharpie vomit alot

Answer:

It's going to be hard for me to recommend anything for you without examining him and getting a detailed history because there are so many causes of vomiting. Add to that, it is often hard to differentiate coughing, reverse sneezing, regurgitation, and vomiting. So see your veterinarian if it continues and/or worsens. Here is a link to our article about various causes of vomiting and potential treatments, both over-the-counter and prescription: https://www.1800petmeds.com/education/vomiting-causes-dog-cat-36.html

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DateSep 19, 2022
CategoryVomiting
Pet TypeDog
TopicVinager
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Question:

I think my dog has eaten some grass that has been sprayed with vinegar. She's throwing up three or four times in the past 36 hours. What can I give her to settle her stomach?

Answer:

Vinegar isn't a common cause of repetitive vomiting like that, but there are MANY other underlying causes, some very worrisome (foreign body, toxin, organ failure, etc.) and most treated very differently so seeing your veterinarian for a diagnosis and more targeted treatment is ideal.

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DateSep 18, 2022
CategoryVomiting
Pet TypeDog
TopicCoughing and throwing up
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Question:

What wrong with my puppy and hes 17 days old he dry having and coughing

Answer:

Since there are so many potential causes and he can get dehydrated fairly quickly at his age, it is ideal to go ahead and get your local veterinarian to check him out.

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DateAug 29, 2022
CategoryVomiting
Pet TypeDog
TopicPoisoned
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Question:

My dog was poisoned what can I do

Answer:

Well, it totally depends on what toxin your dog was poisoned with, how much, how much your dog weighs, if s/he has underlying medical problems, etc etc etc, so contact your local emergency veterinarian for the best advice. When a toxicity issue arises and you need immediate help, here are a couple of options: ASPCA Animal Poison Control Center Phone Number: 1-(888) 426-4435 or websites like JustAnswer.com.

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DateAug 28, 2022
CategoryVomiting
Pet TypeCat
TopicThrow up
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Question:

My kitty has been throwing up since last night, not a lot suze of a quarter, just liquidity. Won’t eat or drink water. What can I do??

Answer:

It's going to be hard for me to recommend anything for you without examining him/her and getting a detailed history because there are so many causes of vomiting. So see your veterinarian if it continues and/or worsens. Here is a link to our article about various causes of vomiting and potential treatments, both over-the-counter and prescription: https://www.1800petmeds.com/education/vomiting-causes-dog-cat-36.html

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DateAug 26, 2022
CategoryVomiting
Pet TypeDog
TopicNot eating
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15 years old female yorkie unable to eat for weeks. Throwing up. She’s been on kidney prescription dog food for 1/2 year now. I’ve tried everything. She won’t eat. Skinny and no energy. She is going to die if I can not get her to eat. Any advise?

Answer:

It's really hard when they have kidney failure to get them to eat. I would recommend having your veterinarian recheck her values and see how bad they are. They will also be able to give her some fluids and anti-nausea injections which may help her feel better and feel like eating.

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DateAug 25, 2022
CategoryVomiting
Pet TypeDog
TopicVomiting
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Question:

Can American cheese make a dog sivk

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Any diet change can and, of course, the amount would matter vs the size of your dog. A small amount for a large dog is generally well tolerate though, so considered other potential causes (there are many) and see your veterinarian if it persists or worsens.

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DateAug 13, 2022
CategoryVomiting
Pet TypeDog
TopicVomiting yellow/pink bile
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My 14 week old German shepherd Puppy has vomited twice in a day a yellowish bile. She started feeling good for about a day or two and now she’s vomiting a yellowish/pinkish bile. The vomit is somewhat foamy stringy. I’m not sure what this could be any ideas?

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Vomiting at this age can mean many different things, some very serious (parvo, foreign body, toxin, etc.), so see your local veterinarian if it continues or worsens.

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DateJul 25, 2022
CategoryVomiting
Pet TypeDog
TopicVomiting
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Question:

Continues vomiting in yellow colour and did not eat anything

Answer:

It's going to be hard for me to recommend anything for you without examining him/her and getting a detailed history because there are so many causes of vomiting. Add to that, it is often hard to differentiate coughing, reverse sneezing, regurgitation, and vomiting. So see your veterinarian if it continues and/or worsens. Here is a link to our article about various causes of vomiting and potential treatments, both over-the-counter and prescription: https://www.1800petmeds.com/education/vomiting-causes-dog-cat-36.html

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DateJul 23, 2022
CategoryVomiting
Pet TypeDog
TopicVaccinations
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Question:

My dog is still throwing up once A-day after having a lethey're having a laptop shot and bordertella oral vaccine a week ago. What can I do for him? He was very itchy after the appointment so I did give him some Benadryl for a couple days.He seems fine other than the vomiting and has nice pink gums.

Answer:

I can't real tell what you mean by "lethey're having a laptop" so contact your veterinarian that saw him for the best advice. Continuing the benadryl dosed at 1mg per pound of body weight can be given every 8 hours if he is having some kind of prolonged allergic reaction.

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DateJul 9, 2022
CategoryVomiting
Pet TypeDog
TopicPossible plant poisoning
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Question:

My chihuahua weenie mix little 9 month old boy possibly ate some poison plant leaves as I was trimming house plants earlier if that is the case what can I do

Answer:

When a toxicity issue arises and you need immediate help, here are a couple of options: ASPCA Animal Poison Control Center Phone Number: 1-(888) 426-4435 or websites like JustAnswer.com.

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DateJun 19, 2022
CategoryVomiting
Pet TypeDog
TopicConcerned
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6yo 40lb F LabPit+ mix. Eating poorly for a few days, vomiting clear mucus. Appears well hydrated but low energy.

Answer:

It's going to be hard for me to recommend anything for you without examining him and getting a detailed history because there are so many causes of vomiting. So see your veterinarian if it continues and/or worsens. Here is a link to our article about various causes of vomiting and potential treatments, both over-the-counter and prescription: https://www.1800petmeds.com/education/vomiting-causes-dog-cat-36.htm

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DateJun 6, 2022
CategoryVomiting
Pet TypeDog
TopicVomiting dog
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Question:

Voniting dog medicin name

Answer:

It's going to be hard for me to recommend anything for you without examining him and getting a detailed history because there are so many causes of vomiting. Add to that, it is often hard to differentiate coughing, reverse sneezing, regurgitation, and vomiting. So see your veterinarian if it continues and/or worsens. Here is a link to our article about various causes of vomiting and potential treatments, both over-the-counter and prescription: https://www.1800petmeds.com/education/vomiting-causes-dog-cat-36.htm

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DateJun 4, 2022
CategoryVomiting
Pet TypeDog
Topicflea protection
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Question:

Hello, Used Petmeds flea protection and my dog has thrown up. I used the amount suggested for size and weight. What should I do?

Answer:

Call and speak directly to the manufacturer - their contact information should be somewhere on the packaging or the package insert. If I knew what product I could get it for you, so if you can't find it, send me another question with what product you used.

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