Based on the answers you provided, the Web-DVM Symptom Checker has determined that the following are possible causes for your dog’s vomiting. Please read the Web-DVM articles for more information on these diseases. If you still seek further information, please visit our
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– GI Foreign Body Obstruction
*At this age, cancer of the gut must also be considered as a possible cause for vomiting. Web-DVM currently does not have an article on cancer of the gut. A dog this age should always be seen by a veterinarian in any case of sustained vomiting
Large mix breed female dog over 12 experiencing abdominal pain, sudden loss of appetite and ongoing anorexia, nausea, lethargy and weakness for several hours. After a single very large vomit of partially digested and undigested food with thick, heavy liquid; nausea ends and abdominal pain is less. She is drinking water, taking small amounts of soft food, but will not get up to the point of urinating on herself while laying