Why is my dog vomiting at night?

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Vomiting is usually seen in the morning or late night just before eating, especially in dogs that are fed once daily.

This might be due to prolonged periods between meals, or to related stomach inactivity, which aggravates the bile reflux.

This condition is commonly seen in older dogs but can occur at any age.

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A dog may vomit simply because he's eaten something disagreeable or gobbled down too much food, too fast.

But vomiting can also indicate something far more serious-your dog may have swallowed a toxic substance, or may be suffering from a condition that requires immediate medical attention.

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A vomiting dog may show abdominal heaving and nausea. Dog vomiting may happen for several reasons. It could be that your dog ate more than they could handle or ate too fast, or your dog could have eaten too much grass. Sometimes the cause could be more serious.
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Your vet will first want to determine what caused your dog to vomit or regurgitation and how it is affecting your dog.

Whether it is regurgitation or vomiting, your vet will likely check first to make sure there is no obstruction in your dog's throat or digestive tract, such as a sock, bone or other foreign object.

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Feeling sick after having shots is relatively common for dogs.

Sometimes the side-effects of shots can last for a day or two, although some dogs may recover more quickly.

Following its shots, a dog may display symptoms and signs such as vomiting, diarrhea, loss of appetite, low mood, high temperature, and a mild cough.

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Some dogs develop mild lethargy or soreness in the day or so after vaccination.

The dog may salivate, vomit, develop diarrhea or have difficulty breathing.

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Teething puppies can develop digestive issues with diarrhea and sometimes vomiting.

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Some dogs develop mild lethargy or soreness in the day or so after vaccination.

The dog may salivate, vomit, develop diarrhea or have difficulty breathing.

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