6. Stomach Upset
Some breeds are more prone to chewing on random objects than others, but if you own a dog, you most likely have had to snatch something away from pooch before they swallow it.
If you’ve got a really sneaky or determined pup, perhaps you’ve even had to take them to the vet when they’ve swallowed something they really should not have.
Your pooch might have an upset stomach for a number of reasons, but it’s not a lot of fun for anyone.
The first symptom is usually the only one you’ll see: your dog gagging and vomiting.
Addressing the reason for their upset stomach can sometimes solve the problem.
If you’ve just changed your pooches food, or if they’ve eaten something that disagrees with them, time may be the treatment.
Feeding your dog rice or boiled chicken might help their stomach. You should also do your best to keep your pooch hydrated.
If your dog’s upset stomach persists over a longer period, it’s time to visit the vet.