What natural remedy can I give my dog for nausea? Let’s Explore

#1 Dog Vomiting Water

Vomiting water occurs when dogs drink too fast or when there’s too much moisture in the system.

What Can I Give My Dog For Nausea?

When nausea is just nausea or when accompanied by mild vomiting, you can use herbs in various forms known as antiemetics. Two herbs that work quickly for nausea are ginger and fennel.

  • Ginger is warming and moves energy in the body upwards and outwards. I like to use ginger for dogs who are energetically cool, thin in stature with a love for warm places. When using ginger, use 1 tbsp of fresh ginger root. Slice and chop it and infuse it in 1 cup of boiling water for 10-15 minutes. Let it cool and give by the teaspoon full. Give your dog 1 tsp for every 15 lbs of body weight.
  • Fennel is good for more rotund dogs who seek out cool places and may have a difficult time regulating body temperature. Make an infusion of 1 tsp of ground fennel seeds and 1 cup water at the first sign of nausea. Let it steep for 20 minutes covered in almost boiling water and give 1 tsp for every 15 lbs of body weight.
  • Two more herbs for nausea are chamomile and peppermint. Chamomile is slightly warming and moist. Peppermint is cooling and dry. Both are anti-spasmodic so they’ll soothe the digestive tract and help relieve nausea. You can use infusions of both using 1 tbsp of either in 1 cup of almost boiling water. Let cool and give 1 tsp for every 15 lbs of body weight.

    #4 Dog Vomiting Undigested Food

    For dogs vomiting undigested food, make sure they’re getting digestive enzymes. Give dandelion tincture or add ground dandelion to food to stimulate digestion. If giving tincture of dandelion, give 3 drops in the mouth before eating. You can also try dissolving it in a bit of water. This will help the gallbladder secrete bile for digesting fats.

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