My Frenchie Is Throwing Up
French Bulldogs are adorable! They’re intelligent, cute, and funny dogs that have a great sense of humor. However, they are prone to certain digestive tract issues that can make them throw up.
If your Frenchie throwing up? Are you worried that he may be sick? If so, you’ve come to the right place. We understand it can be scary when your dog is sick like this.
We’ve put together some information about Frenchies throwing up and how you can help your dog. Let’s get started!
What Makes Frenchies Throw Up?
There are several reasons that can cause a Frenchie to throw up, including:
- Eating too fast (or drinking too fast)
- Change in diet
- The dog ate something he shouldn’t have
- Motion sickness
- Intestinal parasites
- Health issues (such as kidney or liver problems, pancreatitis, diabetes, infection, and more)
When to Call the Vet
No one wants to call the vet unnecessarily, so how do you know when to call your vet? Here are some signs it’s time to call your veterinarian:
- Bloody vomit/diarrhea
- Continuous vomiting
- Throwing up after eating something poisonous or toxic
- Excessive drooling
- Signs of dehydration
If your dog has any of these symptoms and he’s throwing up, call the vet immediately. Don’t wait to see if your Frenchie’s symptoms improve or worsen. These are all signs your Pug could have a serious health issue causing him to throw up. What’s more, continuous throwing up can quickly lead a small dog to become dehydrated.
Diagnosis of Frenchies Throwing Up
When you get to the vet’s, they will ask you some questions about your fur baby’s health, age, and more. The vet will also ask when your dog’s symptoms started and if he ate something strange or if he’s behaving in ways that aren’t normal.
The vet may also run some blood tests and images to determine what’s causing your fur baby to throw up.
Treatment of Throwing Up in Frenchies
The vet will diagnose your Frenchie’s condition and provide advice on how to treat it. In some cases, health conditions may require prescription medication. The vet will show you how to safely give these meds to your dog.
Be sure to follow your vet’s guidance and prescription. This is imperative for your Frenchie’s health. Following the vet’s instructions will help your fur baby to feel better faster! Your Frenchie will soon stop throwing up and be back to his old self, playing and snuggling with you!