I. Why puppies vomit
1. Eating bones. Especially after eating chicken bones, its easy to scratch the dog’s esophagus, which irritates the stomach wall and causes vomiting.
2. Eating too much. The first time you eat dog food, if the owner does not have a good grasp of the amount of feeding, it can cause the puppy to eat too much, and the dog cookies enter the stomach and expand several times when they encounter stomach acid, and there is not enough stomach capacity to cause vomiting.
3. Gastritis. Eating unclean food, or spoiled food that the puppy did not eat in time to put in the food bowl, can cause gastritis and vomiting when the puppy ingests it.
4. Poisoning. Puppies like to feel the outside world with their tongues, and when the grass they pass every day to play on is sprayed with deworming medication, once the puppy licks into these medications, it can cause poisoning, resulting in vomiting.
5. Disease. Some unvaccinated puppies with toxic diseases will have persistent vomiting, even when they don’t eat or drink.
6. Parasites. In severe intestinal parasitic infections, roundworms inadvertently burrow from the alkaline intestine into the acidic stomach and struggle to irritate the stomach lining, causing vomiting.
7. Female dogs. Vomiting can occur in female dogs with signs of sepsis after the uterus has accumulated pus.
8. Older dogs. Vomiting in older dogs with chronic renal failure, caused by high blood ammonia and phosphorus.