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My dog has been gagging alot at nights but not throwing up, he started throwing up blood today what could be wrong with him? The gagging has been going on for about 1 week or so.
Please get the dog to the Vet, emergency vet right now. The Dog does not have long to live if you do not get help. This is an emergency situation.
The other day my dog threw up bright red blood. I took her to the vet where they ran blood, urine and fecal tests. Blood work came back normal. Urine showed crystals and a severe bladder infection. The Vet put her on Baytril, Sucralfate and Metronidazole and special food. Today, she had xrays done and so far looked normal but they need to be examined. Her history on meds are Prednisone for (Allergies) inflamed feet from licking and biting.
My 11 lb male Toy poodle is throwing up blood. Its mixed with yellow bile and some times its light red ,or orange. he wants to eat grass then throws up. Hes eating regularly, drinks water, plays is his normal self but has been throwing up blood every few days now. It was every day until a friend who is a vet tech told me to try worm medicine. now hes throwing up less frequently but still is. Im worried about him. I dont have the money for alot of tests so I hope you can help me. Thank you.
She always had a sensitive stomach and tended to throw up if she ate something other than her food or if she drank her water too fast but now she is throwing up yellow bile a couple times a week on an empty stomach. About a month ago she coughed up blood so we took her to the vet. He did a chest xray and thought she may have cancer because of some shawdowy patches on her lungs and her heart was lifted above where it should be. He then did blood tests and a trachial wash??
He threw up breakfast this morning, and is throwing up any water (anything really) that he tries to ingest. He's throwing up within minutes of taking the food or water in. He's lethargic and really sad. Our vet just said to wait it out till the meds were out of his system, and to give Pepcid if he wont stop throwing up. Does anyone have suggestions on how to get it out of his system any faster?
He has previously done this all the time when he doesn't feel good and will usually end up throwing it all up. I was told that this was a normal behavior for some dogs and that as long as it comes out and there's no blockage, he should be fine. However, this time, he started ingesting the strap on my backpack, the handle of my duffel bag and some other random items and I do not believe it has come back out. He has already been admitted to the vet.
She is half black lab and half german short hair. She had a long ride home(over 3 hrs) and has been throwing up. It is the foamy looking stuff. She is drinking water. Will she get over this or do we need to get something for her tummy? I havent put any food down for her yet. She is still pretty scared in her new surroundings. It has been a long time since i had a little one around........
The emergency doctor will perform X-Rays, blood tests etc, and then tomorrow will talk to my cat's doctor to come up with the best solution. He thinks the tube has to be removed soon. My kitty is once again staying at the hospital. I come home without my cat yet again. I wonder if it will ever end for him.....
Being a small dog, there are a number of things this could indicate from the normal to the dangerous. Please take you pet to the vet for an evaluation. Throwing up with this frequency is not normal. Wishing your baby well.
My dog threw up 4 times last Friday, Feb 6. I took him to the vet. She thought it may be either obstruction or panreatitis. She gave him antivomit medicine and a fluid shot. She gave him low residue vet formula for him to eat. He stopped eating and threw up again on Wed, Feb 11. His last BM I am aware of was on Wednesday. I went back to the vet on Thursday on Feb 12. A different vet saw him this time. He didn't suggest obstruction.
She for the past 2 weeks or so will ever so often throw up when she comes out of her cage in the morning. She also tends to throw up after she eats. I have noticed she eats very fast and then starts running around so that might be the reason for the vomiting after eating but im very concerned about the vomiting after she wakes up in the morning. She is pooping in her kennel and i have caught her eating her feces before, so could that be it?
Keeping fingers crossed. Oh, also, he was was throwing up mucous and blood which the emergency dr. attributed to his gagging.
If you can't find the broth, try some chicken or beef bullion, which will at least get some fluids in her. Canned dog food is better than dry dog food, particularly if a dog isn't drinking. Canned dog food has about 80% water, so it's often an easy way of rehydrating a dog that hasn't been drinking properly. Obviously, you really do need to get to the vet as soon as possible. Ask the vet to do a complete blood panel test.
It's almost entirely water that she is throwing up the rest is mucus/foam. She is still energetic and keeps trying to play with her toys. Anyone have any suggestions?
When I took her in on Monday and had blood tests and x-rays done it turned out to be a lot of little problems and two huge problems all intermingling together. She had developed diabetes with her blood sugar level at 600 and the blood test of her liver was so big the chart would not register it. Her liver was 3 times the size it should be and she had many signs of pancreas disease (tumor could not be confirmed without surgery) and the pancreas not performing correctly.
About a month ago my dog was throwing up stomach bile like once or twice a week, then it stopped for a while. I tried to get my mom to take her to the vet but she didn't think it was anything to worry about. Lately she's been puking up nothing, like she dry-heaves and makes a coughing noise as she does it. But she's still her normal-self, hyper and energetic. She vomited today and there was blood in it, even though it was barely noticeable. Is this serious?
She's at the vet now getting blood work done again but have any of you had this problem with your dog? Am I about to lose my baby?
About a month ago my dog was throwing up stomach bile like once or twice a week, then it stopped for a while. I tried to get my mom to take her to the vet but she didn't think it was anything to worry about. Lately she's been puking up nothing, like she dry-heaves and makes a coughing noise as she does it. But she's still her normal-self, hyper and energetic. She vomited today and there was blood in it, even though it was barely noticeable. Is this serious?
About a month ago my dog was throwing up stomach bile like once or twice a week, then it stopped for a while. I tried to get my mom to take her to the vet but she didn't think it was anything to worry about. Lately she's been puking up nothing, like she dry-heaves and makes a coughing noise as she does it. But she's still her normal-self, hyper and energetic. She vomited today and there was blood in it, even though it was barely noticeable. Is this serious?
In December the dog had an episode of vomiting up bright red blood and then vomiting up a darker substance. Parents took dog to vet. Vet thought the dog ate some deer poo or something similar and gave the dog an anti-vomiting type medication. Dog was okay for about a week maybe. Then started throwing up blood again. They took him back to vet. Vet recommended having a light run down into his gastrointestinal tract to check for stomach tumors. Dog had procedure done in late December.
I have 4 dogs. One of my labs is 8 and has been throwing up for about 3 days now. Shes drinking lots of water, tries to eat food, but throws up everything. Shes getting very sluggish and just looks so sad. Todays sunday. I plan on taking her to the vet monday but am curious what could be causing her symptoms. She did get a pork chop bone out of the garbage the other day too. Don't know if that could have anything to do with it or not. Thanks for your help!
I have a 1yr 5mth old pit/lab mix. He has been sick since Thursday throwing up foam and then started throwing up dark mustard brown color (assuming bile). He hasn't eaten or really had much to drink since Thursday. He is weak and not active and when laying down his breathing seems very shallow, and i know that his low activity is due to him not eating. I took him to the vet (yesterday 10-2-11) and they did blood work and his white blood count was high (24,000).. normal is 17,000.
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