Vomiting in Pets Directory
Vomiting in dogs is fairly normal. Dogs tend to eat things they find outside, but when the dog's stomach rejects those things, it will throw up. Cats tend to vomit when they have a hairball or swallow something indigestible such as grass. Other causes of vomiting in both cats and dogs include intestinal parasites, stress, motion sickness, and eating too much. It can also be a sign of a more serious condition. Follow the links below to find WebMD's comprehensive coverage about what causes vomiting in pets and how to treat it.
What Causes Cats to Vomit?
WebMD dicusses common causes associated with vomiting in cats and includes symptoms and treatment options.
Worms in Cats: An Infection of Intestinal Parasites
WebMD discusses worms, or intestinal parasites, in cats and includes common worms, symptoms, treatment, and prevention options.
First-Aid Tricks for Pet Emergencies
Top first-aid tricks for pet emergencies -- from getting hit by a car to choking.
Causes of Dog Vomiting
WebMD discusses causes and treatment of vomiting in dogs.