Switch the dog to a high fiber/high protein bland diet.
Boiled white rice mixed with boiled hamburger (boiling burger to reduce fat content)
This is mixed at a ratio of 4 cups rice to one of boiled ground meat.
Add no salt. This should be fed to the ailing dog for at least 3 days.
Make sure the dog has access to plenty of fresh clean water.
A variation of this diet can be purchased in cans from any Veterinarian.
when it comes to that you do kinda do it like you would take care of your self give him some chezz for the doo and some milk or soup of vomiting
My dogs favorite treat is goldfish.
Vomiting in dogs can be caused by many different conditions and is treated in many different ways. While one drug may be effective for vomiting in one case, it may have no effect or even a detrimental effect in another case. Only a veterinarian can determine what drug to use to treat a specific dog's vomiting.
There are many different causes for vomiting in dogs. The best way to determine the cause is to take your dog to the Vet so he/she can diagnose the problem and recommend the proper treatment. Trying to treat at home, without knowing the cause of the vomiting, is likely to only make matters worse.
get to hospital asap
It is used to treat dizziness, vomiting, and nausea. It is also used to treat migraine headaches
These terms are similar but not identitcal. Persistent vomiting is the kind that continues to happen for a long period. Intractable vomiting is the kind that continues to happen even when you treat it; it is resistant to treatment.
Nausea, vomiting, diarrhea, headaches.
it will cause irritation, vomiting, or diarrhea.
If swallowed, hydrogen peroxide will induce vomiting in dogs.
At three days you should probably take some steps to treat the constipation. Also any signs of straining, vomiting or discomfort and you should probably call the vet.
you find the cause of it... saltines and ginger ale subtle the stomach
This is because grass can clean and stabilize their system to make themselves feel better after being sick or vomiting.
No. Drugs that treat nausea and vomiting will diminish this reflex, though.
You would do well to call a medical professional.
They are kind of a no no because they tend to make the dogs stomach upset. It can also cause vomiting or diarrhea.
I believe the reason why the dogs cry when the have a treat is because they are happy. Those are happy tears that they are crying. No I am not certain, but that is my theory.
Yes they can experience vomiting and diarrhea.
It could possibly be something bad it ate or maybe its stomach has a virus. If there is severe vomiting, be sure to consult a veterinarian.
if you treat them well
it depends on the owner and how they treat him/her
they receive a treat :)
Yes, dogs can be allergic to things. Just like people can have allergies to certain foods, plants or other things, so can dogs. It's definitely possible that dogs can be allergic to a kind of treat.