Dog vomiting white foam

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That icky white foam is bile. It usually is excreted before a fur ball comes out or before they can get the fur ball into the digestive system. And can be spontaneous without wrenching.
Vomit is partially digested food with white foam. I feed him Iams lamb for sensitive stomaches. I tried withholding food for approxiately 10 hours and feeding him brown rice but within several hours of eating he vomits. Seems to have good energy and not in any pain. I read an article about trying clear liquids but I'm not sure what liquids to give him and how often and how much. Any suggestions?
When we got a new vet, she immediately treated his ears, and no more vomiting. It can also happen if your dog has bad allergies, from all that mucus draining into the stomach. You might want to check your dog's ears for a lot of wax or redness, and watch for a lot of scratching or biting to indicate allergies.
I have made him a mixture of ground beef and rice, but he still wont eat. He is drinking alot and peeing alot as a result.He is also vomiting white stuff ??
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My dog has been vomiting clear fluid/white foam, labored breathing and salivating. What can cause this? He has done this before and has gotten better the next day. We have also took him to a Vet once for it spent $900 and they said they do not know what was wrong with him. I can't afford that again at this time.
Sometimes your dog may not eat enough one night and the next morning it will throw up yellow or white foam. Then they will also puke if they eat too much, it is a delicate balance. Allergies can also be the cause. Allergies are another thing that they are sensitive towards, when my allergies act up, I take a Claritin before bed, and the dog gets half a Benadryl tablet (about 10mg). One last thing, Shih Tzu are, again, sensitive dogs. This time I am talking of their feelings.
My daughter is two years old and this past Sunday she woke up vomiting. At the time we thought that most likely she had gotten into some bad food because her Father had picked her up a chicken tenders kids meal late that night when the place was about to close. Well she fell back to sleep that morning and when she woke back up she was fine. She was playing and running and laughing all day. She even rode a carousel! Well that night (Sunday)while she was sleeping she threw up again.
By the 3rd time of him throwing up is was a red liquid with white foam. After this he started pooping on the floor, I then let him outside where he continues to poop and now it is straight diarrhea. I have him in my bathroom now, I have tried to get him to drink some water and he wont. My question is what is causing this, and What can I do to make him better?
She throws up until she staggers and falls-I am continuously trying to hydrate her and giving her baby food-At times, she is able to keep it down, other times the vomiting is horrible. She continues to try for us, and we are fighting so hard for her-LIke others, I tuck her in at night (she sleeps on the loveseat with her "bankie" covering her). I am sleeping in the den with her so I can give her support throughout the night. Neither of us are getting much sleep.
Since your vet did a very thorough workup, my guess is this is a frustrated dog dreaming out loud. I had a dog very like yours who started howling in her sleep around the same age. Very scary stuff there! As it turned out, she needed proper exercise outside her own territory. Once I started a daily walking program, she calmed right down and we all slept in silence again. If you already walk your dog daily, you may need to add an extra one. Can't hurt - might help!
Antifreeze or rat poison? If he ingested a poison, there likely will be vomiting and/or diarrhea....White foam coming from mouth? Flea/tick product reactions can cause this..Even some flea shampoos..... Yes, it very much could be disk/disc disease.....I have a dog that one night went out to potty and was fine...Came in (Only out a few minutes) and was paralyzed from a ruptured disc.....There was no trauma or accident....Just happened! Unfortunately, it was on a Christmas Eve which sucked!
I have a 7 week old Pit bull puppy that threw up white foam this morning and has been sleeping most of the day. He only gets up to drink some water and pee. His stool is loose and a bit on the yellow side. He has no appitite or energy. This came on suddenly as about 5am this mornign he was in my bed playing with me and he got down went to get some water and stared to spit up some foam. Please Help!!~!
My dog has been vomiting white foam, sometimes food after just eating, and recently his pink tongue turned light purple. He has been vomiting and coughing for almost three weeks now. The Vet checked him and found nothing wrong but put him on Kennel Cough medicine which he just completed. He is now losing weight with all the same symptoms except the purple tongue is new. Today is almost back to normal but we kept him in the garage last night which may have been the difference.
Then it went to clear fluid with some white foam and she is now vomiting the clear foam every hour. I was had you suppose to allow the stomach to rest and not offer food or water, until the dog hasn't thrown up for at least 3 to 4 hours, but I am very concerned about dehydration. I gave her a few teaspoons of water and she JUST NOW while I type, threw up more clear liquid...no doubt the water she had a bit ago.
Large amounts of food in the stomach before going to bed is another thing that will trigger reflux and thus can cause the vomiting at night when the dog is lying down and still making it harder to digest food. Try these things and see how they work for your dog.
A few weeks ago he suddenly stopped eating and became very quiet and started sleeping a lot. He then started vomiting a lot of white foam. I took him into the vet and they gave him something for the stomach thinking that's all that was needed.
My dog had what looked like a yellow jelly like poop and was throwing up white foam stuff, and she died tonight. What was the cause? She hasnt had any of her shots yet(including deworming shot). Shes maybe 8 weeks.
now 3 months later the itchy feet/licking, dry coat and morning white foam, gagging...but why 3 months later we don't know...Vet is calling back tomorrow...she did say I could go back to a one protein novelty meat...something different, just very gradual...your Ideas are wonderful...the dollop of canned wd just to maintain better stool...I will get back...just wanted to give you a heads up and a big thank you...I know what you mean I am going to have to figure this out...
maalox, ranitidine plus rubenal plus some antibiotic (?? I wondered if it was okay in kidney failure?) this June she only had two good weeks but the rest she was in a really bad state. that was the first time when I realized that it was over. But I didn't give up. I still tried to find remedies, I even went to a homeopath for animals, I read, actually re-read everything about kidney failure.
Dear All, Type of Animal: Dog Female (Golden Lebrador) Age of Animal: 4 years City: Chandigarh Country: India Disease: Chronic Kidney Failure This is my first post and I am not sure if I am posting in the right section of this wonderful forum. I am a owner for 4 year lovely Golden Lebrador and her name is 'Amber'. The bad new is she has been diagnosed with Chronic Kidney failure by my Vet Trust me we all broke down into tears when we heard this news.
It has gotten to the point where I can barely eat anything without starting to cough, and I cough until I expel anywhere from spit sized to a whole mouthful of white, frothy, stringy/ropey clear mucous or phlegm or sputum or Post Nasal Drip or whatever this is! It has progressed in the past 10 years into something that's making me afraid to eat. With it I get hives on my feet and/or my hands.
Well, along with the other problems he has also been throwing up white foam and is a bit lethargic (I referred to that as him being lazy, but it's really lethargy) I did talk to the vet, and she said I needed to bring him in first thing in the morning. She said it was urgent..not an emergency..but urgent. I work tomorrow starting very early in the morning. I can't take him to the vet. I'll see if my husband wants to do that.
My dog (shepherd/husky mix, 73 pounds, 12 years old) began to have grand mal seizures last week. He had two seizures, one on Sunday and one on Monday, at almost exactly the same time in the evening. After the second seizure, the vet put him on phenobarbital (97 mg/2x per day). He's been on it for five days now and is still pretty out of it. He is extremely lethargic (sleeps most of the day), has coordination problems, and weakness in his hind end. He walks veeery slowly.
I, also, have had eggy-bad tasting and smelling burps. Followed by severe vomiting. Until all of the 'eggy' stuff is all out of my stomach. I will throw up for about 3 to 4 hours -- 7 to 10 times -- I, also, have diareha until this whole bout is gone. I do not eat because I am so queasy, usually until the next day. I am usually bedridden. I start out by drinking warm chicken broth. No milk products for a couple of days following. Why is my body getting rid of this 'extra sulphur'?
I am a 24 year old male, and I've always loved to have an occasional beer with dinner. About 8 or 10 months ago, though, I started getting ridiculous hangovers (extended vomiting, headaches, etc.), after having only 3 or 4 beer. (These symptoms would never occur, however, until around 9am the next day.) So, I switched to rum and whisky, and the sickness stopped happening. Over the past couple of weeks, I've been testing my luck again, trying one beer on occasion, and nothing happened.
When I moved from my apartment of 8 years, where they had both lived since kittens, into a house in the country, Mittens began licking her front legs and throwing up hairballs and then would throw up white foam and couldn't stop throwing up this white foam. I had made many trips to the vet, many tests (xrays, blood work, etc.) and nothing wrong with her. She would have to get Reglin shots (pharmaceutical that blocks something in the brain that tells them they really don't have to get sick).
• Stay away from white flour, like you find in cakes, cookies, white bread, and pastries. White flour is a phlegm-maker. • Moderate your sweets. Sugar is a phlegm producer. Eat a piece of a chocolate bar, to get a clear demonstration. • Lower the use of alcohol. Alcohol thickens the mucus in your head and lungs, and lowers your immune resistance. If you start getting chills, you may have the flu instead of a cold.
hi everyone im new here ive had all this dizzy stuff and got diagnosed with vestibula labyrinthitis, i also have anxiety that goes along with it not nice but the symptoms are the same dizzy, sickness, vomiting, loss of ballance, disorientation the list goes on if some of oyu would like to look at the LabyrinthitisSupport Group it may help find out if this is your illness. i hope this helps some peeps.
I'm wondering if any of you have a dog - it feels like a chronic allergic reaction - ever since I moved out of the city, and also since I've had a dog --- anyone else with itchy ears have a dog? It's driving me insane - and even when I stopped using q-tips, which was torture, they still itched and oozed....I once got so desperate I stuck a garlic clove in my left ear and left it there! Maybe because it was cold, I don't know, but it actually seemed to help temporarily!!!
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