Sometimes when your dog vomits, it is just a one-time occurrence. Many times, this is because they are vomiting up something; they ate they should not have eaten. Sometimes they are just regurgitating something uncomfortable. Look in your dog vomit and see if there is anything in there. If your dog just vomited once and otherwise seems happy and healthy, this is probably nothing to worry about.
If your dog is frequently vomiting or vomiting every time they eat, schedule an appointment with your veterinarian. They will run blood work, x-rays, and a stool inspection to try to figure out what is causing your dog to vomit.
There are also other symptoms to look out for that would indicate that your dog has a major problem, such as:
- Blood in vomit
- Weight loss
- Change in appetite
If you notice any of these symptoms coupled with vomiting, go straight to the vet.
Vomiting is a very common thing seen in dogs. If your dog is vomiting, many things could be causing them. Your veterinarian can help you figure out exactly what is going on and help get your pet back to their normal healthy, and happy life.