She ate grass 2 days ago throwing up white stuff and not eating




American Pit Bull Terriers


Dr. Deliman




Common Problems

We appreciate you reaching out to us. Vomiting has a huge number of causes. And depending on the cause, treatment or treatment will vary slightly. If your pet shows only simple vomiting, it is likely that your pet will recover on its own. Vomiting is common in pets. Vomiting that lasts more than 3 days is most likely something is wrong with your pet. Diseases, metabolic disorders, digestive system disorders, drug side effects, altered food intake, infections, etc. may be suspected.
Make sure to drink plenty of water and fast for 24 hours. After fasting, give the feed little by little. Persistent and severe vomiting after fasting has a poor prognosis. In this case, it is best to visit a veterinarian. If the vomiting shows relief and no other symptoms, your pet may be able to recover on its own.

And the following are the reasons why dogs graze. The first is that dogs graze for no other reason than to have fun. They enjoy the feeling of grazing grass.
Second, if they are experiencing mild indigestion or digestive issues. They instinctively know that ingesting a large amount of indigestible grass will cause vomiting, which will relieve the discomfort. In this case, dogs are agitated and graze as if they will die if they are unable to eat grass.
You should take him to an animal hospital to see if he has a digestive problem if he continues to graze and vomit.

If you have any further questions please ask us. Thank you.