Throwing up mucus in dogs

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Avatar_n_tn I have been so bad lately that I am gagging on the mucus and throwing up my stomach acid in the morning about 1-3 times a week. Today i am so stuffed up, I can't breathe right now! My throat also hurts. I don't know what I can take for my allergies because I take other meds for anxiety. I have had allergies since I was a child and I'm in my 30's now. I love my dogs though! I could never get rid of my dog, she is like my child! I bathed her today hopefully that will help.
Avatar_n_tn Don't get discouraged. My son was born in 1998. And got pg again in 2001 but miscarried. I started having problems with irregular periods. Each time I went to the doctor I was told that it was due to hormones or weight. They would start me on bc pills. In which I would quit because they would make me very sick. I lived with this for three years. Until I bled for a whole month and it scared me. I went to a new doctor and he talked to me like I was a human. We talked about my options.
Avatar_f_tn Currently things that help are being well hydrated, ensuring that you breath through the nose to decrase/dry build up of mucus and bacteria in nasal cavity, neti pot but NOT religiously, sudafed when symptoms are really bad, and most importantly good diet, exercise, and stress management. FYI, when I get the flu for some reason the syptoms tend to decrease a lot. Could this be some sort of chronic viral sinusitis, in which your immune system temporarily fights the infection to relieve symptoms?
1948900_tn?1324522837 She was happy and rambunctious still so I gave her more water and some scarmbled eggs and she went to bed. In the morning around 5 am she had thrown up real bad so I cleaned her up and gave her more water no food. To let her stomach settle. I went to work and had my mom keep an eye on her. When I got back she was groggy and lethargic. I noticed her gums were yellow and her eyes (the iris where it is usually blue) was yellowish-green and cloudy.
192055_tn?1263559137 I am always coughing and clearing my throat at meetings like an old man. Worse in a.m. when I wake up or out in cold walking the dogs. Or.... talking on the telephone or in a meeting. Always have a "frog" in my throat. Doc originally said it could be asthma, allergies, or acid reflux. Lung x-ray was okay. Tested negatively for asthma & allergies. Taking Zantac 75 but it doesn't seem to make any difference.
Avatar_n_tn when I quit eating them my symptoms disappeared, the worst being the coughing and throwing up.
525485_tn?1314364901 i did have to see my doctors office for an emergency visit yesterday because i have been throwing up consistently for over a week and yesterday it was bad, i actually threw up a lot of blood so they wanted to see me. low and behold i just aggravated vessels in my throat that bled and now i have to take zantac 2 times a day to stop all the acidity and hopefully decrease the vomitting. but other than that, things are not progressing at all.
Avatar_n_tn I have the same condition. I usually wake up paralised, really stiff and in excruciating pain, specially in my lower back which made me think of kidneys but all the exams come back fine.. Takes me a while to get up and to move!
Avatar_n_tn I actually feel a crackly throat the next day like I really had smoke in my room. I had a loser family living on the other side who had a grow up going on in the house. That is a totally different smell all together. This is definitely coming from me.
Avatar_f_tn He started throwing up regularly, whether he had food in his system (sometimes it was like yellow mucus with foam) and he got mucus like diarrhea which would start out dark brown and go to yellowish clear. Then I found worms in his waste, but I wasn't able to buy a dewormer for a week.
Avatar_n_tn (I guess you would have mentioned this if it were the case) Now, I'm just throwing in some suggestions here. There will be other people here who know a lot more, and maybe be able to give you better help.
1045304_tn?1253385519 I think you need to discuss this more fully with your vet.
148691_tn?1260198503 and my legs feel like breaking in half while trying to stand up.... it makes me so mad! lol I can't stand football, baseball, basketball,.... anything involving a ball!!!!! ARRRRGHHH!!!! sports are dumb! lol ... so what are your biggest petpeeves???
Avatar_m_tn I began smoking cigarettes and moved into a place where I could definately tell that I was allergic to cats and dogs in the environment. I began taking Zyrtec for my allergies. On March 13th I got sick. I got dizzy and nauseated, throwing up, skin flushed, sensations of having a fever without temperature, thick clear mucous, bright light sensitivity, sensitivity to loud sounds, rib muscles pulling, sensitivity to cold, pain in upper left abdomen, sharp chest pains, and tremors.
Avatar_m_tn When the ostia become blocked, mucus can get backed up in your sinuses, and air can be trapped inside. This causes pressure in the sinuses, which leads to face pain or headache. Sometimes, the oxygen in the blocked sinuses is absorbed by the blood vessels of the mucus membrane. This creates a vacuum inside the sinus, which causes pressure from the outside, and of course, pain.
Avatar_m_tn Still, I plan to encourage him, as the coughing is far more frequent, plus the new issue of going off his food, plus that awful gunk he puked up. I just wanted to chime in with you, as I think our dogs have the same thing, and nothing seems to work to fix it. I know our dog is uncomfortable with this, it hurts me deeply to hear him somewhere in the house hacking and hacking and then wretching.
4487133_tn?1355335664 Sometimes I hear him snort like he's sucking up mucus through his nose so I thought maybe a cold or allergy. The only thing I noticed that is different about his routine is we just moved to Florida from TN, and I've been giving him tap water. The water is the only variable here. Would it be an allergy to the water? Florida water does taste different to me... Another thing is I have another English bulldog same age who is drinking same water and eating same food and is fine.
1086217_tn?1256699689 I hope this will calm some people's worries about Shih Tzu and throwing up. It is something they do. What seems like a lot of puking for us isn't a lot for Shih Tzu. Again, every dog is different, so take your dog to the vet if you are unsure. Read more: http://wiki.answers.
Avatar_n_tn 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.
Avatar_n_tn It doesn't taste like anything either. I just wake up with an extremely thick coating of mucus in my throat and it makes me so nauseus that I have to vomit.
Avatar_m_tn Your poor boy. I am sorry he's suffering like this -and so are you. Did the vet say what he thinks is wrong with him? Did they take the blood test yet? If your dog has water in his belly, that can be to do with heart, or liver problems, and sometimes it can be connected with a tumor. Many dogs get tumors on the spleen, they are not always cancer, but that can cause a lot of pain, loss of appetite, vomiting etc.
Avatar_m_tn Now there had been no Change in eating, pooping,no fever. Four days later he starts gagging, and throwing up phlegm.nothing else.Back to Vet still no fever, so we do x- Rays, and blood work up.They show nothing, he is excellent on all tests, for a dog his age. Ok so now what, so we are given an antibiotic to take with cough surpressant. He has now lost two lbs., cannot get comfortable, and wants to be left alone. Not my baby!!!
748543_tn?1443740527 TMJ' as it is wrongly called by many) is easy to treat and self-manage or that it may all be in the patient's mind. The sources in the article stated that, "TMJ problems were originally thought to be caused by dental Malocclusion but that this was an infrequent cause of the problem". The American Academy of General Dentistry (AGD), an organization of some 40,000 of the nation's leading dentist, recognizes the relationship between maloclussion and headaches.
82861_tn?1333457511 7, I took her to the vet because she was throwing up a lot (usually during the day and mostly bile). She also lost complete control of her (full) bladder on our bed a couple times, which has never happened. No sign of minor leakage anywhere - it just cuts loose when she's fully asleep and relaxed apparently. Her urine test (dip stick) showed a lot of blood, a little high on the protein end, and a little high on white cells. Started her on oral baytril twice a day.
Avatar_n_tn You can usually get them to stop it by massaging their throat and getting them to swallow. It happens in cats as well as in dogs. Gasping and coughing could be a sign of a collapsing trachea. This is extremely common in middle aged and older toy dogs, and it's caused by the rings of the trachea losing their firmness, causing the trachea to cave in. It's fairly common in overweight dogs as well. Diagnosis can be made by palpating the throat to see if a cough can be elicited.
Avatar_f_tn Our 15 year old Border Collie is on Adequen too. We see a huge difference in feeling better and being able to walk, go up and down the stairs outside etc but he has NO appetite and throws up bile once a day. When he does eat, that comes up too. I've been boiling rice but even this morning he threw that up. I will try the mixture with chicken and the other stuff you suggested. Hope it stays down but if plain rice doesn't, I don't know....
Avatar_f_tn I wonder if I had brought her in after throwing up the first time, she might be here at my side. I can't live without her. She meant the world to me and I failed her.
4966610_tn?1362057908 My 4 dogs diet consists of cooked chicken (less skin) either boiled or roasted, Beef Shanks also either boiled or roasted, kibble always in their dish, canned dog food in between other foods, Dog snack bones (of the milkbone variety) and occasionally, not often, chicken fried rice, and Pet Tabs. Here are Shadow's symptoms. Loss of hair on the underside of the tail, all around the anus, and down the inner rear legs. Skin that is very wrinkled, dry, rough.
Avatar_f_tn I am going thru this tonight, Sadie is in final stages, throwing up, diarrhea, but still wags her tail when I come home, so happy to see me. She loves sleeping with me, I pray every night God will take her peacefully, but not yet, I'm putting in a call to the vets now to see if its time, if I can stop crying long enough. I hate kidney failure.