VetInfo explains that stomach upset is the most common reason that dogs throw up white foam. Dogs also vomit white foam for more serious reasons, such as rabies, kennel cough, stomach ulcers or inflammatory bowel disease... More »

Foamy white vomit is a sign that a cat is hungry and suffering from a build-up of stomach acid, notes AssistFeed. The phenomenon is known as bilious vomiting and occurs in cats and kittens. It is easily prevented by brea... More »

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According to FelineCRF.org, vomiting white foam may indicate that a cat is suffering from an excess of stomach acid. The foamy vomit may be clear or white. Foamy vomit is sometimes an early indication that a cat is devel... More »

VetInfo points out that the U.S. Food and Drug Administration has not approved the use of hydrocortisone cream for dogs, and it is not always a safe treatment. Dogs should only be treated with hydrocortisone cream under ... More »

One of the most common reasons that dogs vomit white foam is because of an upset stomach. According to VetInfo, this often occurs if the dog drinks water too quickly, eats grass or ingests something inedible that upsets ... More »

VetInfo lists many dog breeds alleged to have hair rather than fur, including poodles, bichon frise, Irish water spaniels, Portuguese water dogs and lhasa apsos. The simple difference between hair and fur is that fur gro... More »

Get free neutering for your dogs by checking if the animal care services or animal welfare department of your city has an existing free neuter/spay program for dogs or other domesticated pets. The Humane Society of the U... More »

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