It is not uncommon for pets to vomit from time to time. Sometimes, your pet can get into the trash looking for something to eat. When your pet is outdoors, at times, your pet might eat a toxic plant when they should not have. This can cause your pet to vomit. It is not uncommon to have your pet to have watery stool on from time to time. If your pet has vomited or has had diarrhea continuously and no signs of improvement, contact Waldorf Emergency Care in Waldorf to provide treatment right away.
Unless there is blood in your pet’s stool or vomit, you won’t need to call the vet the first time that he vomits or has a runny stool. You should, however, make sure that you monitor your pet for the next 24-hours. If your pet is still vomiting or has runny stools 24-hours after the first time and is experiencing discomfort, you should take him to the vet. It is essential that you take your pet to our veterinarian so that your pet can be given fluids to rehydrate. The vet will also need to run some tests to figure out why your pet has been getting sick.