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Pet Vomiting and Diarrhea?

We want our pets to be happy and healthy. When they are sick, it worries us and makes it difficult to go about our day. For those in the Canton, GA, area looking for a veterinarian near me, Acres Mill Veterinary Clinic is the animal hospital for you. 

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Why Does My Pet Vomit and Have Diarrhea?

Vomiting and diarrhea are common symptoms that could point to a wide range of issues. Your pet might have eaten something that upset their stomach. They may have a stomach virus or stomach bug, or they may be dealing with exposure to poison or an allergen. If your pet is vomiting or has diarrhea you may be able to wait until an appointment or you may need to seek emergency services. 

Why Vomiting and Diarrhea are Dangerous

The most serious issue with vomit and diarrhea is that your pet can quickly become dehydrated. If your pet has vomiting or diarrhea for prolonged periods they can become dehydrated which can result in heart failure, kidney failure, extreme pain, and discomfort. 

Another issue is throat irritation. Vomit is very acidic, and if your pet is repeatedly vomiting it can damage their throat. If your pet has been dealing with vomiting and diarrhea for more than a day, you should take them to our veterinarian so we can identify and address the issue. 

What Can I Do to Help My Pet?

There are a few things you can do to help ease the discomfort of your pet. Make sure they have access to water so that they do not become dehydrated. Make sure you offer your pet plenty of food in case they need to eat. You also need to make your pet comfortable. Provide them with a place to sleep or to rest so that they can conserve their energy. If vomiting and diarrhea persist for more than 24 hours, bring them to our veterinarian for a full examination.

Vomit and Diarrhea Treatment in Canton, GA

At Acres Mill Veterinary Clinic, we offer comprehensive veterinary care to address the causes of your pet’s issues. If your pet is consistently experiencing vomiting and diarrhea, call us at (770) 479-1905 or request an appointment online. For severe cases, emergency appointments are also available. 

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