Q. Vomiting mucus
She’s thrown up a lot today
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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. Vomiting that lasts more than 3 days is most likely something is wrong with her. 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 8 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, she may be able to recover on its own.
And it is recommended to visit an animal hospital when your dog vomit more than three times a day, has no appetite after vomiting, or when the color of the mucous membrane in your dog’s mouth turns pale. In this case, symptoms may occur due to severe enteritis, pancreatitis, chronic renal failure, and chronic liver failure, so it is recommended to get an accurate test at an animal hospital.
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