Vomiting is one of the most common symptoms which vets attend to everyday. It can be caused by a variety of things and in most cases, vomiting in dogs improves within 24 hours. But some are more serious and require treatment from a vet.
Head Vet, Sean McCormack, of dog food company tails.com advises ‘it’s not always necessary to see your vet the first time your dog throws up, but it’s extremely important to monitor them closely and call your vet for advice if they vomit more than once, seem unwell, or have any other symptoms.’
‘Always contact your vet immediately if your dog is repeatedly trying to vomit but not bringing anything up, especially if they have a bloated tummy.
’This can be a sign of something more serious that needs to be investigated further.