Q. He is moving slow and throwing up clear he is drinking water

Dec 13, 2022

He walks around but doesn't move much and is drinking water I put vitamin c in his water to help he drinks on his own but I'm also doing 2 milliliters threw a syringe every 10 minutes he throws up clear when I let him out of his kennel to play thats when I noticed him all the other dogs are fine they ran and played and he stayed behind just walking slow I brought him in gave him a bath and cooked fresh food for him but he does not want to eat just drink water
What are causes & treatment?

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Thank you for using our service. The symptoms you describe in your dog, including lethargy, vomiting, and drinking water, can be caused by a variety of factors. It is important to take your dog to a veterinarian as soon as possible for a thorough examination and proper diagnosis and treatment.

One potential cause of these symptoms could be dehydration, which can occur if your dog is not drinking enough water or if he is losing fluids due to vomiting or other factors. Dehydration can be serious and can lead to other health problems if left untreated.

Another potential cause could be an infection or illness. Your dog may have contracted a virus or bacterial infection that is causing him to feel sick and lethargic. In some cases, dogs can also develop conditions such as pancreatitis or gastrointestinal problems that can cause similar symptoms.

Your veterinarian will be able to determine the underlying cause of your dog's symptoms and provide appropriate treatment. This may include administering fluids to rehydrate your dog, prescribing medication to treat an infection or illness, or providing other supportive care.

In the meantime, you can help your dog by making sure he has access to plenty of fresh water and by offering him small amounts of food to eat. Avoid giving him any medications or supplements without first consulting with a veterinarian.

If you have any additional questions, please don’t hesitate to come back to us! Thank you.