Symptoms, Causes, and Treatment
Is your pup having a ruff time with gastritis?
Maybe it’s regularly having problems with its stool or vomiting more often than it should.
Did you know that this stomach-turning problem can even cause depression in your four-legged bestie?
Now, if there's one sight we cannot bear to see, it's a sad pooch.
In an ideal world, each and every dog has a wagging tail and often performs zoomies around the house regularly.
But that's just not the reality when it comes to gastritis.
Let's get back to the topic at hand.
Similar to humans, gastritis in dogs is an inflammation of the stomach's gastrointestinal mucosa, resulting in various unpleasant symptoms.
Since different substances and foreign bodies can irritate the stomach lining, you may not be surprised that gastritis is common in dogs. After all, our furry friends can't seem to kick a habit of eating things that don't belong in their digestive systems.
Gastritis can be acute, in which the symptoms are severe and appear quickly. Or chronic, in which the symptoms show slowly and get progressively worse.
Be sure to talk to your vet if you notice signs of gastritis in your dog.
Here is what you should know about the symptoms, causes, and treatments for dogs with gastritis.
It should help your furry paw-tner in crimeget back up on their four legs in no time. Ready?