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Q. My dog keeps gaging and upchuck . Most of it is a real thick mucus. Can dogs take human meds for this? I have som

A. No as there is a reason for the gagging. You need to see a vet to establish the cause as soon as possible. It could be just a tummy bug but it could be something like a foreign object causing a blockage.

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