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Sometimes dogs are sick for no real reason. It can be that they eat their food fast or just vomit up water after drinking. In many of these cases there is no need to consult your vet unless it becomes a regular problem.
If your pet consumes something toxic, vomiting can help to ensure it leaves the body before further illness. However there are many reasons as to why pet vomit, for example; a medical condition, an allergy, consuming solid objects or a harmful plant or food. Some can be more serious than others.
How do you know if it is serious enough to take a trip to the vets? If you are concerned, call your local vet to be sure. If the vomiting is minor you can monitor your pet at home in circumstances like:
Vomiting can be a sign of a serious medical issue and you should take your animal to the local vets to be certain that the illness is not life threatening. If your pet is experiencing any of the points below, a trip to the vets is advisable:
One thing that can be recommended is the removal of food and for a short period, water from your pet after they have vomited. If this doesn’t help, contact the local vets.
Once the vomiting is over, giving your pet bland goods like cooked rice and chicken can help settle their stomach.