Why does my dog vomit smell so bad?

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Dogs Vomit a Lot.

Vomiting in general is extremely prevalent in canines, according to Cyndi Smasal, author of "Hope for Healing Liver Disease in Your Dog." Many factors can lead to Vomiting, including heatstroke, pancreatitis, intestinal parasites and viral infections.

Vomit that smells seriously bad is a possible clue

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A dog might throw up simply because he has eaten too much, too fast.

Ingesting poisonous substances can cause vomiting.

Canine vomit in any case is foul-smelling, such as is your own; but particularly foul-smelling vomit could signal a health condition that requires prompt veterinary attention.

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Signs of stomach ulcers are severe vomiting, blood loss and dehydration.

A blockage in the intestines can also lead to the throwing up of brown liquid.

In the case of a total blockage, the vomit will be accompanied by a fetid smell.

A foul smell can also accompany a dark brown vomiting if your dog has ingested feces.

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The odor of sickness coming from a dog's ear can be especially unpleasant.

A yeast infection, which is a type of fungal infection, can cause an odor that smells like fermentation.

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Intestinal Blockage

Signs that are often observed include vomiting, abdominal pain, loss of appetite and difficulty defecating. In the case of a total blockage, the vomit will be accompanied by a fetid smell. A foul smell can also accompany a dark brown vomiting if your dog has ingested feces.
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In the case of a total blockage, the vomit will be accompanied by a fetid smell.

A foul smell can also accompany a dark brown vomiting if your dog has ingested feces.

Blockages can develop from the digestion of bone, rawhide or a growth in the abdomen.

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Work with 2 parts water to 1 part vinegar or window cleaner.

If you are using vinegar, add a drop or two of dish soap or laundry detergent into the mix for added odor-fighting power.

Wet the area and scrub.

Using a brush or a sponge, scrub the affected area with your solution.

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Dampen the stain with warm water and apply baking soda to the area, enough to cover the stain about 1/4 inch (1/2 cm) thick. The baking soda will absorb the smell and also help lift the stain from the fibers. Pour lemon juice or vinegar over the stain. The baking soda will begin to fizz.
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