Q. Vomiting / regurgitation not eating diarrhea aggression
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Your dog’s not-eating may be illness (enteritis, stomach ulcers, pancreatitis, addiction, etc.), pain, stress, or simple complaints. Also, he may not be able to eat it because him mouth hurts, such as periodontal inflammation and alveolar abscess. Give him delicious snacks. If he doesn’t eat snacks, there is a possibility of illness or disease.
First, give him plenty of water to prevent dehydration.
Second, gradually introduce a bland (no bone chicken, boiled white rice) or low-fat diet into his diet. Low fat is crucial as high fat provokes stomach acid which can induce vomiting and diarrhea.
At this point, it should be noted that
- You should eat white rice rather than brown rice.
- Give him a small amount.
- There should be no seasonings or spices.
If he does not improve after all these tries, please allow your veterinarian to examine him in order to determine the root cause of his digestive problem and recommend the most effective treatment.
And did he get all the vaccines? There’s a possibility of Parvo virus. If it’s a parvo virus, there’s nothing you can do at home. You should go to the vet. Parvo virus has very high propagation power. In addition, in the case of young pets, the fatality rate is also somewhat high.
If you have any additional questions, please don’t hesitate to come back to us! Thank you.