Dog vomiting can be treated safely at home- but it is first important that your dog is not dehydrated before you attempt any home remedies. This is a very common occurrence and anyone involved with pet health and pet care will know.
Your pet is throwing up her food or water.He may be throwing up bile on an empty stomach.You may not witness vomiting, but find the evidence on the floor.
The list is large, although most common is garbage gut. Your pet consumes something he shouldn't resulting in vomiting. Other causes include medications ( ie Aspirin), parasites, food allergies, liver or kidney disease, pancreatitis, cancer, infectious causes ( ie parvovirus), metabolic disorders ( thyroid disease, diabetes), physical obstructions ( ie a ball) and primary motility disorders ( the stomach doesn't contract normally).
ASSESS SEVERITY. If your pet is vomiting persistently and unable to retain even water, then wait no longer than 24 hours before seeing your veterinarian. This indicates a severe problem such as an obstruction that needs to be treated with IV fluids and possibly surgery. IF your pet is still drinking and only intermittent vomiting, then you can try some of the home remedies.
FOOD ALLERGENS. For dogs and cats with problems of chronic vomiting, I strongly recommend a diet change. Preferably switch to a hypoallergenic food or homemade allergy diet. At the very least, change to a premium quality food. I find that some pets respond to a more natural diet, such as Innova or California Natural.