what to do if dog vomits!

if it is a single vomit, withhold food for at least 6 hours. ... if the vomiting stops, small bland food meals can be introduced. gradually increase the amount of water. after 6 hours without vomiting, give your dog small amounts of a bland low-fat food several times a day for a few days. Why Do Dogs Vomit? Dogs vomit for a variety of reasons, some more serious than others. Sometimes it's easy to determine the cause--like when you see a chewed-up toy in the vomit or you know your dog ate something inappropriate, like unhealthy human food. Other times it's much harder to determine the reason for vomiting. It may seem very gross, but you should examine the vomit before you clean it up. कुत्ते को उल्टी होने पर घरेलू उपचार Dietary Reasons Dietary indiscretion is a very common reason for vomiting in dogs. This often happens after a dog gets into the trash or eats table scraps. Examining the vomit and your dog's behavior after the vomiting has stopped can give you clues to the cause. If the dog seems better after the vomiting, it was likely a dietary issue and may be resolved. Keep a close eye on your dog for the next day or two, watching for more vomiting or other signs of illness. Health Problems Vomiting may also be caused by something more serious, such as toxin ingestion, gastrointestinal obstruction, pancreatitis, and more. Vomiting is one of the most common signs of illness reported by dog owners. Vomiting may be accompanied by diarrhea, loss of appetite, or lethargy. Not only is it important to understand why dogs vomit; you should also know how to respond when your dog is throwing up. Treatment of Vomiting in Dogs It's not usually serious if your dog only has one or two episodes of vomiting. You probably don't call your doctor every time you get sick to your stomach. However, it's important for you to take extra precautions when your dog is sick because dogs can't tell us how they really feel. In fact, dogs may instinctively hide illness as long as possible as a survival instinct. Some sick dogs act as if they feel fine when they really don't. Examining the Vomit If your dog vomits, first have a look at the substance that was vomited up. Is it food? Is it mostly bile or mucus? Does the vomit contain white foam, water, or blood? Are there pieces of toys, clothing or other inedible material mixed in? It's a good idea to drop any foreign objects you find into a baggie in case your vet needs to see them later. Make a note describing the vomit in case you need to remember when you talk with the vet and take a photo if you can. If lethargy, diarrhea, or other signs of illness accompany the vomiting, make a note of this too. Wait and Observe After a dog vomits, it's generally best to withhold food for several hours and observe, but don't withhold water.1 If your dog vomits one time and then acts completely normal, you can probably resume your normal feeding routine within six to 12 hours or when the next meal is due. Just keep watching your pet for vomiting and other signs of illness. When to Call the Vet Never give over-the-counter or prescription medications without your vet's advice. If vomiting occurs a few times throughout the first day and is still happening the next day, contact your vet. If your dog won't eat for two days in a row, you should contact your vet even if the vomiting has stopped. Diarrhea sometimes occurs during or after vomiting episodes. Call your vet if your dog's diarrhea doesn't begin to improve within a day or two.
Chronic intermittent vomiting (ongoing but less than once a day) is not considered normal either. If your dog vomits "off and on" for more than a week or two, you should schedule an appointment with your vet for a physical examination. Additional testing may be recommended. कुत्ते को उल्टी हो तो क्या करें In some circumstances, you should contact your vet immediately: Vomiting is frequently repeated for several hours in a row.2 Your dog is on medication that may cause vomiting (stop giving the medication and call your vet). You suspect your dog ingested a foreign body, such as a toy or clothing. Your dog shows extreme lethargy or unresponsiveness.2 You suspect your dog ingested a toxin. You see excessive amounts of blood in the vomited material (mild blood spotting is not an emergency, but call the vet if it continues). Your dog's abdomen has a bloated appearance (it could be GDV aka "bloat" or something else serious).


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