Friday, 11 April 2014

How to Stop Dog Vomiting Blood and Diarrhea Fast ?

How to Stop Dog Vomiting Blood and Diarrhea Fast ?

The vomiting dog is described as a process that involves the rejection of what is contained inside the stomach through the mouth. Sometimes this process is confused with that of regurgitation , which occurs, for example, immediately after a meal or after ingesting a foreign body (eg. weeds): in these circumstances it is not true vomiting in that what is rejected did not complete the path to the stomach

The causes of vomiting can be of various kinds: in some cases the cause may be easier; a chill, having fasted or having eaten too quickly. In these situations the vomiting may be considered as a defense mechanism, which does not even require the use of drugs.

Vomiting in dogs, however, is a phenomenon to be reckoned with because it can be a sign of an acute disease or infection of some "transition": just think of infectious diseases (eg, canine distemper, infectious hepatitis, leptospirosis, ascariasis) , inflammatory (eg, dietary mistakes, gastric ulcers) and metabolic (eg pyometra, liver disease).

A particular case is that on the bilious vomiting which consists in the expulsion of bile following the flow of the latter in the stomach, due to a likely decline in gastric motility (the activity of the stomach). Usually, retching occur early in the morning or late at night, when our dog is on an empty stomach.

To safeguard the health of our four-legged friend just contact your vet who, after a careful clinical examination that may include palpation of the abdomen, vomiting, analysis, and X-ray study of the urine, will give the right indications.

What causes dog
Vomiting or Vomiting Blood?

Cause: Vomiting is a "warning signal" indicating that our dog has disorders of various kinds. Vomiting can be caused by viral or parasitic infectious diseases, inflammatory disorders or diseases of the metabolic type.

Clinical signs• Gagging flashing that can occur immediately after a meal or on an empty stomach. Depending on the pathology the dog may present other signals such as weight loss, fever, increased urination, etc.

Progression of the disease  if left untreated Chronic vomiting with severe metabolic consequences.

When you  ask your vet? Talk to your vet if the vomiting phenomenon occurs in a non-occasional, if he vomits often. It is essential to visit if you smell feces / urine vomiting (probably as a result of bowel obstruction / renal failure) or if you find any blood / bile.

Diagnosis Complete blood test, urinalysis, x-rays, endoscopy, other laboratory tests

Treatment Specific therapy and collateral. Get directions to your veterinarian.

Prognosis Once you have identified the cause and the dog subjected to treatment occurs the disappearance of the phenomenon. You begin to see improvements already after the first 24 hours.


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