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Q. Dog spitting up clear fluid

A. Clear or yellowish bile fluid can sometimes be vomited up if your dog is having some digestive upset, or has gone too long between meals. Offering a bland meal of boiled rice and chicken may help to settle minor stomach upsets, while increasing the number of meals a day (or adding in a few large snacks between meals) may help prevent the vomiting from happening. However, if this does not help, or if the vomiting worsens or other signs of illness are seen, then scheduling an appointment with your vet to look for potential causes to the problem are best.

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JESSICA L DESROSIERS



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