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Title: Caring for Your Mini Goldens: What to Do When Your Dog is Vomiting at Robyn’s Nest.


As pet parents, we always want the best for our mini goldens, and it can be concerning when they experience health issues like vomiting. Vomiting in dogs can be caused by various factors, from dietary indiscretion to underlying health conditions, and knowing how to respond appropriately is crucial for their well-being. In this blog post, we’ll discuss what to do if your dog is vomiting, when to call the vet, and products and home remedies to help soothe a dog experiencing vomiting at Robyn’s Nest.

What to Do When Your Dog is Vomiting:

  1. Monitor Your Dog: Keep a close eye on your mini golden’s behavior and symptoms when they are vomiting. Note the frequency, consistency, and any other accompanying signs of distress.
  2. Withhold Food and Water: If your dog is vomiting, it’s essential to withhold food and water for a few hours to allow their stomach to settle. Offer small amounts of water after a period of rest to prevent dehydration.
  3. Provide a Quiet Environment: Create a calm and quiet space for your dog to rest and recuperate. Minimize stressors and distractions to help them feel more comfortable.

When to Call the Vet:

  1. Persistent Vomiting: If your dog continues to vomit repeatedly or if the vomiting is severe, persistent, or accompanied by other concerning symptoms, it’s crucial to seek veterinary attention promptly. Call your vet immediately if the vomiting is paired with diarrhea.
  2. Blood in Vomit: If you notice blood in your dog’s vomit or if they show signs of weakness, lethargy, or abdominal pain, contact your veterinarian immediately.
  3. Dehydration: Watch for signs of dehydration in your dog, such as dry gums, sunken eyes, or reduced skin elasticity. Dehydration can occur quickly, especially if your dog is vomiting.

Products and Home Remedies to Soothe a Vomiting Dog:

  1. Pedialyte: Offer diluted Pedialyte to help replenish electrolytes and fluids lost through vomiting and prevent dehydration. I like to use the clear no flavor one.
  2. Bland Diet: Once your dog’s stomach has settled, gradually reintroduce a bland diet of boiled chicken and rice to aid in digestion and provide gentle nourishment.
  3. Probiotics: Consider giving your dog probiotics to support gut health and restore the balance of beneficial bacteria in the digestive system.
  4. Bone Broth: With tummy soothing herbs and pumpkin is great for rehydration and helping soothe the tummy. I like to mix in our probiotic as well.
  5. Anti-Nausea Medication: Consult with your veterinarian about the use of anti-nausea medication to help alleviate vomiting and discomfort in your dog.


While vomiting in dogs can be a distressing experience for both pet parents and their furry companions, knowing how to respond effectively and when to seek veterinary care is essential for their health and well-being. At Robyn’s Nest, we prioritize the care and comfort of our mini goldens, which is why we emphasize the importance of monitoring symptoms, providing supportive care, and consulting with a veterinarian when necessary. By following these guidelines and using appropriate products and remedies, you can help soothe your dog during episodes of vomiting and ensure they receive the care they need to recover. Let’s work together to keep our mini goldens happy, healthy, and well-loved! 🐾💕 #CaringForSickDogs #VomitingCareTips #RobynsNest

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