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    Sometimes vomiting is a kind of self-protection behavior for dogs. It’s just a kind of conditioned reflex. It’s to vomit things that cause physical discomfort. But this is not the only cause of vomiting. Sometimes dogs vomit, which may be caused by some diseases. If so, how can we deal with dog vomiting.

    There are many reasons for vomiting: an occasional, rare isolated vomiting is usually normal. Repeated vomiting after eating will not be the cause of excessive food, which is usually caused by gastrointestinal diseases. Vomiting is a symptom of confusion in the gastrointestinal system, or a secondary underlying disease of a different system, such as cancer, kidney failure, diabetes, or infectious disease. Vomiting after habitual eating should be diagnosed and treated in time.

    Dog vomiting can be defined as: acute or chronic other symptoms of sudden disease also has a certain proportion, if the pet dog vomiting is not only just just the food just eaten, accompanied by blood or other disease like foreign bodies, it needs to be treated in time. If the dog vomits usually once, and does not vomit further after eating again, and can defecate and play normally, the problem is simple, and the vomit caused by stomach spasm caused by single fast eating speed is not serious, so there is no need to panic.

    If your dog continue to vomit after the second meal, and dogs are slow or don’t want to eat, you need timely treatment. So if it’s just occasional vomiting, and it doesn’t affect the dog’s mental and eating conditions, then we can not worry too much, but if it’s intermittent vomiting, and the frequency is high, then we should send it to the hospital in time for examination and treatment.

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    How to deal with dog vomiting?

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