Vomiting in dogs is a frequent digestive problem, usually caused by diseases that irritate the stomach or intestine. Although the presence of vomiting in dogs does not always mean a serious health problem, if repeated often be necessary to monitor the animal and go to the vet.
Usually vomiting in dogs are a response to changes in diet, product or indigestion when any food dropped them wrong. Fortunately the stomachs of dogs can easily expel ingested food.
When the field looks like vomit food you normally eat, mixed with water, mucus and sometimes slightly tinged with yellow, because the bile is almost always a minor indigestion. Vomiting in dogs can also be caused by ingestion of foreign objects or irritants that their stomach can not tolerate.
If the dog vomits every time he eats and shows that the animal gets worse, it could have swallowed an object that can not digest. The presence of gastritis or ulcers in dogs may also lead to vomiting, if this is the case often vomit digested blood that looks like coffee beans and vomiting and mouth of the dog have a special smell.
Another reason that can cause vomiting in dogs is the presence of intestinal parasites
that stay in their digestive system, causing them accordingly gastroenteritis and vomiting and diarrhea.
There are many other reasons why the dog vomit, however you should not start any treatment until they are sure of the origin, so the vet visit is necessary. As a rule, isolated vomiting are not cause for alarm, but if they are frequent, the animal will require attention and vigilance.
While a specialist evaluates all recommended dog is fasting, i.e. remove food for 24 hours. When vomiting has been inspected, you must enter the water slowly in small amounts that will be offered several times during the day. If vomiting lasts more than 24 hours or traces of blood are found in them, the illness