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Throwing up… ugh.
There’s nothing worse seeing your Frenchie not feeling good and not how to help them.
Whether it’s you or your dog, puking is never fun.
First things first, Frenchies are one of a handful of breeds that are predisposed to vomiting more than others…
So basically, you better get used to some occasional puking as a Frenchie owner.
There’s so many reasons why your Frenchie might be throwing up, but here are the most common:
Treating your dogs nausea/vomiting depends on the cause of their sickness.
So the first step would be to figure out the root cause.
Once you’ve figured that out, you might need to change their food, stop feeding them a certain treat, use a slow-feed bowl, or if you can’t find the reason, take them to the vet.
Check out this full list of household toxins that could make your Frenchie sick.
And of course, make sure your house is puppy-proofed!
Don’t just feed your Frenchie anything! Check out this list of all human foods you can share with your Frenchie.
Frenchies usually throw up water for the following reasons
If your Frenchie is throwing up blood, you should go see your veterinarian immediately!
They might not like their food or could be allergic to it.
Check out this list of our Top Frenchie Foods.
When your Frenchie’s vomit has white foam in it, that’s usually caused by the vomit reacting with the air around it.
What this means is that foam is more likely to be in their vomit if they have an empty stomach.
If your Frenchie keeps throwing up white foam on an empty stomach, and you can’t get them to eat… it’s time to call your vet.
When your Frenchie’s vomit is yellow, it means there is bile present.
Don’t panic yet! Frenchies are one of the few breeds that are predisposed to vomiting bile more than other dogs.
Read more on why your dog is throwing up bile at PetMD.