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Why Does My Dog's Vomit Smell Like Poop?

Most dog owners who once your puppy reaches a certain age, you do not have to be so worried about everything that goes into your mouth. This is not true! Although puppies and young dogs are the most frequent victims of intestinal obstruction , older dogs may also be at risk.

Please note , if your dog vomit smells like feces , your dog is in a threatening situation in life seriously. What you feel is feces , which has supported, and normally can not occur due to a blockage !

The most common causes of intestinal obstruction

The primary cause , if this symptom is an obstruction or severe injury to the lower gastrointestinal tract . The more obstruction or acute risk their dog faces drilling , breaking and peritonitis .

Veterinarians have eliminated an extraordinary variety of objects of our canine companions gut! Include , but are not limited to , currencies , support , moldings , marble , socks, shirts , batteries, rawhide , biscuits without chewing, bones, plastic wrap , aluminum foil , toys , rope, twine , bully sticks , balls of hearing ( including a full golf ball !) , towels, wood , blankets, plush toys, cat litter , thread, pins, jewelry and nail / screw

Signs and symptoms

Symptoms usually appear within 7 hours after ingestion of the article, however, you can sometimes take days before you realize there is a problem . The signs most common indicating that something is wrong are intermittent vomiting , diarrhea, dehydration , loss of appetite , pale mucous membranes , bleeding , weakness, lethargy , electrolyte imbalance , shock, or death.

Homeowners often have a misconception of the obstruction has passed, if your pet has diarrhea. Do not be fooled . Diarrhea can bypass an obstacle.

Generally , which often precedes the cause occlusions projectile vomiting .

Commonly cause blockages below a distended abdomen and vomiting that smells like feces.

Blocks of intestinal strangulation oxygen and blood flow , causing bowel gangrene .

Death can occur within hours.

Diagnosis / prognosis

The sooner your pet is examined and the object is deleted, the sooner the recovery process begins. Your veterinarian will test your dog by palpation of the abdomen to check distension and tenderness. Examine the gums to see if they are colored. You can suggest an x-ray to identify the item , and locate the blockage.

Depending on the severity of the obstruction, or if there are complicating factors , such as perforation, rupture, peritonitis or necrosis , most dogs recover quickly.


The processing generally depends on the size , form, as the product has been ingested , and if there is a rupture or perforation. Treatment to remove the object could be as simple as throwing your veterinarian or retrieve the object with an endoscope. Do not try to make you vomit.

Most likely, your dog dehydrated . Your veterinarian can use the therapy and antibiotics intravenous rehydration to prevent secondary infection. They also recommend very likely rest and a liquid or soft, before moving on to feeding your dog feed .

If the object passed pylorus your dog ( when the stomach connects to the small intestine) , surgery is necessary. After surgery, needs rest , intravenous therapy , antibiotics, and observation of leaks, followed by a liquid diet , regular diet, a normal diet. Probably remain at the veterinary hospital for a day or two after surgery.

Bottom line: Always check that your puppy or dog in her mouth! Watch what your dog is chewing , especially if they are aggressive or obsessive chewers . If the object is small enough to get stuck in the throat, throw it out! If you know you are stealthy thieves, make sure that the items that should not have access are out of reach. Do not take chances if your shit smells like vomit, seek help immediately !

Karen A. Soukiasian , Good Dog ! - Dog Training and BED- n - BISCUITS dog boarding and training - Owner / Trainer , St. Augustine, Florida - AKC Canine Good Citizen and STAR PUPPY Evaluator

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