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By Senzeal | 24 November 2023 | 0 Comments

What if the dog vomits but doesn't have diarrhea?

Generally, if the dog eats it back after vomiting, it may be physiological vomiting and there is no need to worry. However, if the dog vomits frequently and does not have diarrhea, it may be that there is something wrong with the dog's body, maybe the gastrointestinal tract, or the liver and kidneys. The cause of the dog's vomiting should be found in time and corresponding measures should be taken to prevent the dog from vomiting. The situation worsens and may even endanger the dog's life.


1. Indigestion
If your dog often eats too much, too quickly, and the stomach cannot digest it, he may also vomit frequently. This kind of vomit usually contains dog food that has not been fully digested. At this time, pay attention to stop feeding, prepare some Digestion tablets for the dog to eat to help supplement beneficial bacteria and digestive enzymes, thereby aiding gastrointestinal digestion. In the follow-up, attention should be paid to scientific and reasonable feeding, and after feeding, care should be taken not to allow the dog to engage in strenuous exercise while full, otherwise vomiting will still occur.



2. Gastrointestinal problems
If your dog eats irregularly, has gastrointestinal digestion problems, or feeds sharp food that easily scratches the intestines, it may cause gastroenteritis or gastric ulcers and cause vomiting. If it is gastroenteritis, the vomit will usually be white liquid, and you need to feed some Amoxicillin for dog appropriately to reduce inflammation. If it is a gastric ulcer, the vomit may be yellow-green or brown liquid. You can first feed an appropriate amount of antiemetic tablets to help prevent vomiting and protect the stomach. If the dog's vomiting is severe, his spirit and appetite will also be affected, and he must be taken to the pet hospital for treatment in time.



3. Liver and kidney problems
Liver and kidney problems generally need to be taken to a pet hospital for examination to see what is causing it. In addition to vomiting, dogs with liver and kidney problems generally have weakness in their limbs, decreased body temperature, abnormal swelling of the abdomen, and dull hair. After going to the pet hospital, they must promptly cooperate with the veterinarian for treatment, and follow the doctor's advice to feed some medicine to protect the liver and kidney. Also pay attention to follow-up care to avoid a similar situation happening again.

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