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Protracted repeated vomiting can result in severe dehydration and electrolyte imbalances and low blood sugar levels. When your pet has been vomiting first take all food and water away from the pet for 3 hours. If vomiting stops try offering a small amount of water to your pet. If there is no vomiting of the water then offer a small amount of bland food. If vomiting continues, your pet seems weak or depressed, or you see blood in the vomit call your regular veterinarian or Animal Urgent Care.

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