Dog Vomiting Causes and Effects

Dog vomiting causes are rarely easy to pin point. But, there are a few likely suspects; your dog ate a toxic morsel while you weren’t looking, rancid food, exposure to toxic cleaning agents, pesticides and insecticides, maybe even new flooring chemical residues.

Premature Weaning

Puppies tend to vomit a lot, typically because they are weaned too early. Anything other than mother’s milk is likely to cause vomiting. Premature weaning can leave them with a compromised immune system for life! This may well be the underlying cause of dog cancer.

Commercial Dog Food

Diet is the most overlooked cause is at the root of your dog’s vomiting problem. With few exceptions, commercial pet food is little more than empty calories without much nutritional value. Low quality food is a hidden cause of dog vomiting, as well as a myriad of other disorders and diseases.

People often ask us “What’s the best food for puppy?” The best food is seldom the most convenient. It certainly is NOT the least expensive. Not even the best dog health food is sufficient by itself. In addition to a diet of fresh raw meat/chicken free of hormones and antibiotics, your dogs also need digestive enzymes, and soil based organism (SBOs) which help break down the food and keeps intestinal walls clean and healthy.

Immune Supplements

Depending on whether your dog was weaned too soon or not, they will need a battery of immune supplements to fortify their ever weakening immune systems.

 

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