How to stop regurgitation in dogs?

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If regurgitation is a recurring problem, decrease amount of the meal and increase the number of meals. You can also try raising the bowls to chest level. If belching, if noise only, try raising the bowls (food and water) to chest level. If there is a substance with the belch, contact your veterinarian.
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If regurgitation is a recurring problem, decrease amount of the meal and increase the number of meals. You can also try raising the bowls to chest level. If belching, if noise only, try raising the bowls (food and water) to chest level. If there is a substance with the belch, contact your veterinarian.
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Regurgitation refers to the process in which the dog's stomach contents (i.e., food) move backwards up the esophageal track and into the mouth.

This medical condition can be congenital (inherited) or acquired from a variety of causes.

Regurgitation can occur in both dogs and cats.

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And just like us, nervousness and stress can make your dog feel queasy and increase acid in his stomach.

When dogs eat too quickly, they don't take the time to chew their larger pieces of kibble.

They also ingest a significant amount of air, both of which can come back up by regurgitation or by vomiting.

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Vomit.

Vomiting has many causes, but results in the stomach ejecting its contents through the mouth.

Very active Vomiting can also cause intestinal fluid to be brought up.

When Vomiting, a dog will often precede the act by retching, actively using the abdominal muscles, to force the contents up and out of the body.

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Regurgitation in Dogs.

Regurgitation refers to the process in which the dog's stomach contents (i.e., food) move backwards up the esophageal track and into the mouth.

This medical condition can be congenital (inherited) or acquired from a variety of causes.

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Boomer was likely regurgitating rather than vomiting.

Regurgitation differs from vomiting in that the expelled material almost always originates from within the esophagus—the muscular tube that propels food, water and saliva from the mouth down into the stomach.

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Boomer was likely regurgitating rather than vomiting.

Regurgitation differs from vomiting in that the expelled material almost always originates from within the esophagus—the muscular tube that propels food, water and saliva from the mouth down into the stomach.

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