Seeing your pet throw up is worrisome. Vomiting forcefully ejects food and fluid from your pet’s tummy. If the food is undigested (still whole), it originated from the stomach. If it is digested (broken down in mushy appearance), it came from the intestines. There are three stages of vomiting: Nausea (hilo) – too much saliva, swallowing and licking of lips …

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Tummy Pain

Tummy pain is relatively common in dogs and cats. To check whether your pet has tummy pain, it has its abdomen tucked up and refuses to move. Your pet is experiencing tummy pain when it also has low energy, not eating, and vomiting with or without diarrhea. This type of pain is very easy to identify during palpation or the …

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Coughing and Sneezing

Both coughing and sneezing remove irritants from your pet’s nose, throat, windpipe and lungs. Coughing is a sudden noisy expulsion from the lungs. Some pets gag after coughing. Do not confuse this with vomiting where your pet expels food or acid from its tummy. On the other hand, sneezing is a sudden expulsion from the inside of the nose. Too …

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