Q. Throwing up (little bits of red)
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Thank you for using our service. Vomiting in dogs can have many different causes and it is important to determine the underlying cause in order to determine the appropriate treatment. If your dog is vomiting small amounts of red material, it is possible that she may have ingested something that is causing irritation or inflammation in her digestive system. It is also possible that she may be experiencing an infection or other health issue that is causing her to vomit.
If your dog is otherwise healthy and her vomiting is infrequent and not severe, you may be able to manage the vomiting at home by withholding food for 12-24 hours and then gradually reintroducing small amounts of a bland diet. You can offer your dog small amounts of water or an electrolyte solution to help prevent dehydration. It is important to monitor your dog closely and to contact your veterinarian if the vomiting persists, if your dog becomes lethargic or exhibits other signs of illness, or if you are concerned about her condition in any way.
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