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How to Stop Vomiting in Dogs

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9. Peppermint Oil

peppermint oil

If your dog suffers from motion sickness, try peppermint essential oil as a natural treatment to stop vomiting. This essential oil helps calm the stomach and in turn reduces vomiting.

When it comes to pets, it is recommended to use only high-quality, therapeutic-grade essential oils.

  1. Put 7 drops of peppermint essential oil in 1 tablespoon of sweet almond oil.
  2. Optionally, also add 5 drops of ginger essential oil and mix thoroughly.
  3. Place 1 to 3 drops of this solution on your dog’s tongue.
  4. Do not give this to your pet more than once a day.

10. Keep Your Dog Cool

keep your dog cool

As dogs tend to have a higher body temperature when sick, it is important to keep them in a cool place. An elevated body temperature will only worsen the condition.


Keep your sick pet inside your house if it is cooler than outdoors. If needed, turn on the air conditioner.

From time to time, play and interact with your pet. This will make him feel better and not feel isolated. Like humans, pets also need pampering when sick.


Additional Tips

  • Monitor your dog closely for signs of dehydration. If left untreated, dehydration can lead to organ failure and death.
  • Do not give your dog any medications, unless advised by your veterinarian.
  • Antibiotics may be prescribed by the vet if the vomiting is caused by bacteria.
  • If your dog is not able to keep liquids down and is even refusing ice chips, invest in electrolytes to help replenish lost electrolytes. Also, consult your veterinarian.
  • Regularly do a hydration check by lifting a pinch of skin on your dog’s shoulder blade or back into a little tent shape. If the pinched skin collapses promptly, the dog is well hydrated.
  • It’s important that your dog get plenty of rest to ensure faster recovery.
  • When dealing with vominting in extremely young puppies or older dogs, it is better to seek your veterinarian’’s advice than rely on home treatments.


How to Stop Vomiting in Dogs was last modified: July 20th, 2016 by Top10HomeRemedies
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10 thoughts on “How to Stop Vomiting in Dogs”

  1. It isn’t always appropriate to withold food if a dog vomits – especially if she just brings up ‘froth’ or yelowish liquid. This is generally because the stomach is empty and the dog needs feeding more often. One meal a day may have been the norm years ago but, depending on the breed and lifestyle, 2-3 smaller meals is better (my vet advised this for my Cavalier KCS.

  2. Blue pit bull has been vomiting yellowish green liquid for two days. Friend suggested that rain water off the roof of the house may be the cause. Could thete be some type of parasite the cause. Also not able to take my baby to the vet. If anyone knows of a probono vet in the Dalas TX atea please help me save my baby.

    1. The vomiting/illness is in NO WAY shape, or form..related to “rain water off the roof of the house”. Not even a little. Not sure why your friend thinks and suggests to you that it might be rain water from the roof…since it is not even remotely plausible, it’s not like an old wives tale like the one about how dangerous and deadly chocolate is. It’s not something that has been passed around for many years, and everyone has heard of it (like everyone has heard the tale that chocolate is so dangerous for dogs), what your friend said is not some well known “fact”, and in fact is 100% dead wrong.

  3. My dog is really sick and often vomits when I feed him..I give him coconut milk using a syringe..he is also suffering from diarrhoea..he passes out maroon smelly waste with ringworm all over. He has become so thin. Whatever I do its of no use. I even gave him the medicines but soon after he vomits. He refuses to walk and sits quietly at one place. I am worried wat to do. Pliz help me save the life of my life my dog BRONDY🐕

  4. i would suggest pedilight every 30 minutes and beef broth 45 minutes. i used this method when my puppy was sick. i also would have him treat for the worms.

  5. Hi my dog is a Red nose Pitbull and is about 3 nearly 4 years old. He’s been vomiting for the last 2 to 3 days but like two or three times a day.
    I think it doesn’t help that I give him his food at the normal times I’m meant to give him, but I just read now that you shouldn’t give your dog food for almost a day cause they will just vomit it back out or something. So I’m going to start that now. But I’m just wondering what’s the best solution to help my dog from not vomiting, I don’t know about going to the vet cause I guess my dog isn’t a people’s person so yeah if you could give me advice on how to help my dog I would really appreciate it 😊

  6. hi I have a 6 year old blue nose pitt, he been puking his food everytime he eats and when he drinks water he pukes that up. When he isn’t drinking or eating just out of the blue he would puke from the food he ate 3 hours ago. It is usually clear with spit when he pukes about 3 times a day. I took him to the vet they said he has a worms. Well he took all his meds and he is still puking so I don’t want to take him back to the vets because he has anxeity. I just want to know how to make him stop puking is there anything I could give him from home or from the store instead putting him back in the car to the vets. I just want to know how to make him stop and make him feel better.

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