Vet Street explains that when a dog vomits up yellow bile, it is an indicator of an empty stomach. According to Pet MD, the bile serves the function of helping the stomach digest foods. Throwing up the bile is a spontane... More »

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According to VCA Animal Hospitals, foamy yellow vomit and diarrhea in dogs is a symptom of gastroenteritis, a common intestinal illness that is caused by bacteria, viruses, certain foods and medications. It is important ... More »

There are several situations that can cause a cat to develop chronic vomiting, according to WebMD. Vomiting may occur if a cat consumes indigestible items such as grass or foreign objects. The cause could be eating too m... More »

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When a dog vomits yellow foam, the dog's stomach is likely empty, and it is partly vomiting the yellow bile produced by the liver that helps in digestion, explains Vetstreet. The fluid is stored in the gall bladder and r... More »

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A dog throwing up yellow bile is likely to have gastrointestinal problems, or stomach reflex, according to PetMD. Stomach and intestinal reflux occurs when a dog's stomach is empty for a long period of time. More »

There are many possible reasons that a dog may not eat its food, such as aging, heart failure, medications that upset a dog's stomach, toxins and tumors in the dog's body, according to PetMD. If an owner finds that his o... More »

According to Canine Journal, a dog's upset stomach can be cured with many natural remedies, such as feeding it rice, boiled chicken and banana baby food. However, some upset stomachs may require a visit to the vet for mo... More »

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