General information on Chronic Gastritis
Dogs with Chronic Gastritis will have sporadic vomiting over a period of days or weeks. The causes of Chronic Gastritis are food allergy (most common), hairballs, grass eating, chemicals or toxins, ingesting paper or plastic. These foreign objects can turn into a hard mass which cannot be passed out of the stomach.
Symptoms of Chronic Gastritis
The symptoms of Chronic Gastritis are sporadic vomiting, vomiting foreign material, lethargy, dull hair coat, weight loss.
Treatments for Chronic Gastritis
The treatment for Chronic Gastritis involves a change in diet. Generally, your veterinarian will recommend a diet of bland, high-carbohydrate foods such as boiled rice and cottage cheese. Feed your dog smaller meals more often.
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