My dog throws up every morning, everything else is fine

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My dog throws up a little bit every morning. Other than that, she eats fine, has plenty of energy and plays a lot during the day, in other words nothing else seems wrong. This doesn’t seem urgent enough to go to the vet, so I thought I’d post here and see if anyone had had a similar experience with their pup.

What are some basic boxes I should check/investigate before being concerned?

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Alex Schenker (Admin)
It could be that she has a food allergy, or some other minor complication. You could try changing up her diet for a few days and seeing if that helps. Also make sure she stays hydrated and if you’re in a hot climate that she’s not out in the heat for too long.

Do you notice her eating grass? Dogs will typically do this to cleanse their system. Keep a close eye on her and be sure to follow up with your vet should you notice anything concerning or out of the ordinary.

We’ve got a couple articles that address dog vomiting that you might be interested in. The first concerns vomiting in older dogs, and the second addresses the throwing up of undigested food.

Alex Schenker (Admin)
It could be that she has a food allergy, or some other minor complication. You could try changing up her diet for a few days and seeing if that helps. Also make sure she stays hydrated and if you’re in a hot climate that she’s not out in the heat for too long.

Do you notice her eating grass? Dogs will typically do this to cleanse their system. Keep a close eye on her and be sure to follow up with your vet should you notice anything concerning or out of the ordinary.

We’ve got a couple articles that address dog vomiting that you might be interested in. The first concerns vomiting in older dogs, and the second addresses the throwing up of undigested food.