Cause of Dog Vomiting, Cure Diarrhea in Dogs, Free Vet Advice

Cause of Dog Vomiting

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In this section we discuss the cause of dog vomiting & its diagnosis…

We will also discuss reasons why your pooch is being sick with an introduction to kennel cough symptoms and a home remedy treatment.

We will also discuss and provide links to information on canine parvo virus in dogs & puppies, worms, what to do when your dog is vomiting bile, a guide to scabies, demodectic mange on dogs, rabies and much more… So lets get started…

Below we have listed a common cause of vomiting in dogs…

  • Your dog may have eaten some food or water that has gone bad.
  • Your dog may have eaten or drank some insecticides or pesticides.
  • Your dog or puppy may have swallowed a foreign object.
  • Your dog may have developed what is known as Inflammatory Bowl Disorder  or IBD.
  • Your dog or puppy may developed some food allergies.
  • The cause of your dog vomiting maybe due to a glandular problem such as hypoadrenocorticism.
  • Your dog may have pancreatitis which is a disorder of the abdomen
  • It maybe due to parasites such as roundworm, hookworm, or whipworm
  • The cause of your dog vomiting maybe aspergillosis or histoplasmosis which is a fungal problem
  • The cause of dog vomiting maybe the same as humans often suffer a due to salmonella a bacteria infection.

Below are some symptoms if your dog is vomiting…

  • Your dog may have little energy and seem really tired.
  • Your pooch may have dramatic loss of weight
  • It is not uncommon for a dog that is vomiting to also have diarrhea.
  • Your dog or puppy may seem really thirsty.

Cause of Dog Vomiting

Canine Kidney Disease

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Canine Kidney Disease

Canine kidney disease is a cause of vomiting in dogs, below we have listed some of the symptoms…

  • Your dog may seem really thirsty – polydipsia.
  • Vomiting.
  • Lethargy.
  • Loss of appetite.
  • Urinating less.
  • Urinating more.
  • Seizures.
  • Your dog may start stumbling known as ataxia.

Cause of Dog Vomiting

Parvo Virus in Dogs

Parvo Virus in Dogs…

Canine parvo virus is a very serious illness and is extremely contagious. Parvo virus in dogs and puppies is normally characterized by blood in the diarrhea.

After a dog or puppy has been infected with parvo virus the infection can be deadly within as little as 48 hours. There are some vaccinations that have managed to control the disease but this is by no means entirely effective as some dogs have still caught the disease after being vaccinated.

Below we have listed some of the symptoms of parvo virus in dogs…

  • Diarrhea (extreme with blood)
  • Fatigue
  • Depression
  • Fever
  • Dehydration

Parvo virus is a major cause of diarrhea in dogs and you will either need to pay or get free vet advice urgently. Parvo virus in dogs a major cause of dog vomiting and as mentioned can be fatal very quickly.


Cause of Dog Vomiting

Worms – Tapeworm

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Tapeworm

Sometime referred to as tape worms, this parasite looks like an old fashioned tape measure and they are also known as Dipylidium Caninum. Tapeworms can measure anything from six inches up to twenty feet and they live in the intestines of dogs. As the food is passed through your dog and passes the tapeworm, the tapeworm absorbs the nutrients through its skin.

Tapeworms are caused when your dogs eat fleas or flea larvae, either when they are grooming themselves. Tapeworms can also be a cause of dog vomiting.

Here are some of the symptoms of Tapeworms…

  • Vomiting.
  • Weight loss.
  • Itching around the anus.
  • Discomfort around the abdomen.
  • Anaemia.
  • Apathy.
  • Your dog may appear nervous.

Scabies & Mange on Dogs

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Scabies & Demodectic Mange in Dogs

Demodectic mange in dogs is caused by a mite or demodex canis that is shaped like a cigar and visible under a microscope. This particular mite lives deeper under your dog’s skin and is particularly difficult to treat.

Dogs with short coats seem to be more affected and they may have a musty or slightly mousy smell.  Your dog’s skin may appear slightly red and scaly and your pooch may start to lose his fur in round patches.

Symptoms of demodectic mange…

  • Fever
  • Loss of their appetite.
  • Scaly and red skin.
  • Skin may appear cracked and ooze liquid.
  • Loss of hair in circular patches.

Scabies also known as sarcoptic mange…

Scabies or sarcoptic mange is one of the most severe types of mange in dogs and can also infect humans. Scabies are cause by the mite Sarcoptes Scabiei and will cause your dog it itch in a very frantic manner. Scabies tend to attack the face and head of dogs and their skin will develop large scabs. Scabies is highly contagious.

Symptoms of sarcoptic mange – scabies…

  • Scabs.
  • Listlessness.
  • Loss of fur.
  • Itching.

Scabies is normally treated by injections of ivermectin over a period of a few weeks.


A Cure to Diarrhea in Dogs

Remember that you should always get advice from your vet.

Below is a guide to some of the products that dog owners use to cure diarrhea in dogs – but always get paid or free vet advice before you use any products.

  1. Dipan 9
  2. Gastiplex is sometimes used to cure diarrhea in dogs.
  3. Similase
  4. Paraguard.
  5. Medibulk.
  6. Sustain (Ultra Clear)
  7. Lactobacillus Sporogenes.

Symptoms of Kennel Cough

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Where you can also ask more questions about the home treatment, remedy and symptoms of kennel cough which include a…

  • Hacking cough.
  • Wheezing.
  • Retching.
  • Tiredness.
  • Fever and a discharge from the eyes or nose…

Wow we hope we have covered most of the reasons and cause of dog vomiting, take a look at our section on free vet advice for a step by step guide to common dog health problems.

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