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He’s vomiting diarrhoea and shaking, liquid, First his food

Customer Question

He’s vomiting diarrhoea and shaking
JA: I'll do all I can to help. Does the vomit look liquidy or foamy? Is there food in it?
Customer: liquid
JA: Could he have eaten anything unusual?
Customer: First his food now just water and not that I know off
JA: And what's the dog's name and age?
Customer: 7 months and havoc
JA: Is there anything else the Vet should know about Months?
Customer: no
Submitted: 15 days ago.
Category: Dog
Expert:  Dr L Simmon replied 14 days ago.

Hi there, this is Dr Linda, a UK based vet.

I'm sorry to hear this and understand your concern for Havoc.

When did this start?

Is he lethargic or off his food?

Customer: replied 14 days ago.
Yesterday night and we gave him some baby food and he ate it all and kept to down
Customer: replied 14 days ago.
Think maybe he ate something he shouldn’t have but he seems much better now eating his food he’s not pooed yet
Expert:  Dr L Simmon replied 14 days ago.
I'm glad to hear he is feeling better.

Are his gums pink and wet?

Any bloating or panting?

Expert:  Dr L Simmon replied 14 days ago.
Hi there, could you see my response?
Expert:  Dr L Simmon replied 13 days ago.

Without further information it is difficult for me to provide the best advice but I will certainly try.

Please reply when you can and we can continue the conversation.

Vomiting and diarrhoea in a young dog can have several causes including:

  • A viral or bacterial gastroenteritis
  • Dietary indiscretion (eating something they shouldn't have)
  • Toxin ingestion
  • A gut obstruction
  • Parasites 
  • Etc.

Shaking can be due to nausea, a fever, anxiety or pain caused by e.g. stomach cramps.

The main thing is that he is alert and active. He should have pink and wet gums and should be happy to eat and drink.

Offer bland food such as cooked chicken and white rice little and often alongside water.

Do also ensure he's up to date with a good quality wormer such as Panacur.

I'd also start a probiotic paste such as Protexin Prokolin.

Expert:  Dr L Simmon replied 12 days ago.

I do hope this has helped and please let me know if there is anything else,

Take care,