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Q. My dog is 9 years old. He is doing black viomit upto 2 times a day and is doing black stool also.A yellow coloured liquid is coming out from his Anus.

A. These are serious symptoms that indicates there is active bleeding in the stomach. That could be an ulcer, a foreign body or a tumor.

I recommend taking him to the vet as soon as possible in order to diagnose this condition and treat it.

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DAVID ELBEZE, DVM, MRCVS

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A. This is an emergency. Your dog is bleeding into his intestines and also into his stomach. Your dog must be seen by a veterinarian ASAP.

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DR. ANDREA M. BRODIE, DVM

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