Friday, November 10, 2023

What Helped Millie The Bernedodoodle's Upset Tummy?

"This is Millie the Bernedoodle. Millie reluctantly ate food in the morning and tended to vomit (TMI but true). We tried every type of food out there and visited several veterinarians. She was losing weight, and not acting like herself. Millie has been taking a combination of the Power Probiotic, Gastro ULC, and the K9 Digestive Enzymes for several months. She hasn’t had any episodes as before, she’s gained needed weight because she now eats her breakfast, and has more energy. Thank you!" - Jami, Arkansas

About Dog Vomiting

Dogs may vomit or vomit bile in the morning often due to acid stomach. One common cause is an empty stomach, especially in the morning or after a prolonged period without food, leading to a condition known as "bilious vomiting syndrome." Abrupt dietary changes, irregular feeding schedules, or insufficient food intake can also contribute to bile vomiting, particularly in dogs with sensitive stomachs. Underlying gastrointestinal issues such as gastritis, inflammatory bowel disease (IBD), pancreatitis, or small intestinal bacterial overgrowth (SIBO) can result in disturbances that lead to the regurgitation of bile. Feeding a small meal at night can help. Raw goat milk mixed with a raw freezed snack is "comfort food" for dogs with a tummy problem.   To learn more about the reasons why dogs vomit click here.