Vomiting and Regurgitating

Updated on June 2, 2021
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Does Real Food Induce Vomiting and Regurgitating?

There are a few NORMAL instances when your fur kids may vomit or regurgitate (sometimes hard to distinguish). He may be really hungry, in which case the stomach is empty and the vomit will be yellowish, or he may have had too much water on an empty stomach, producing a white foamy vomit. In both cases large feeding him will probably solve the problem. Some pets do better with more meals of small quantities rather than one feeding a day. If there is undigested food in the vomit there can be a couple of reasons. The more common is dogs’ habit to swallow chunks as big as they can fit down their throat. They may then regurgitate and eat it again. The other reason may just be rejection of something that did not agree with their stomach (in which case they will probably not eat it again).

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