On Monday my dog threw up all night, and in the morning he threw up bile, in the bile there were strings?

My dog threw up some things that kind of looked like worms, then a couple days after he started having very loose stool diarrhea. I recently picked my dog up from the kennel two weeks ago while I was on leave. On top of that, his testicle are bumpy, and red! I am so scared I called the vet when he was throwing up and they said since his activity is normal (he is a hyper 1 yr old chocolate lab) just wait and see if he throws up again. The vomit was Sunday night, and the pooping has been ever since then. Its Sat. now and the vet will be open tomorrow. Could anyone PLEASE tell me what they think the issue could be so I am not blind sided in the morning
Also he is running a little different, could this be related or am I paranoid? I understand that some of you guys may not know exactly what the issue could be. Thats why I am asking, I am hoping someone has experience with these types of things. Thanks in advance.

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    9 Responses to “On Monday my dog threw up all night, and in the morning he threw up bile, in the bile there were strings?”

    1. Jeanne says:

      There is no possible way any of us could diagnose these problems….the dog needs to be seen. Examined and then treated. Sounds like worms, but there are several different kinds of worms…only the vet can tell which they are for sure.

    2. Suppres Sedhpv says:

      take him to the vet now they’re is no real way for us to know and it could be serious judging from what you said so schedule an appointment right now.

    3. pingle says:

      sounds like your dog got worms from the kennel. all it takes is for them to step in another dogs poo that has them. make sure you take a poo sample with you to the vet.

    4. Elaina says:

      This has happened to my dog. Diarrhea is caused by a lack or hydration but as for the worms in the poop… you should take him to the vet and get him tested for worms just in case. If throw up continues i read that you must fast you dog… which means little food for hours at a time…but that might not do anything due to the face a throwing up dog usually doesnt want to eat…But just to be sure take him to the vet, get him worms tested, and make sure he is up to date on all shots. Hope this Helps!

    5. mouse says:

      may be dogie flu they do get it also.. but could have got worms when it was there.or even a
      hernia have a poop Sample ready they will ask u for it.that will tell alot.. as long as he is eating drinking,,

    6. Dog Section Regular says:

      Could he have eaten a toy while kenneled?

      Take your dog to the Vet as soon as possible. There is no way for anyone on the internet to tell you what to expect.

    7. akemis disturbus says:

      I’m assuming at the kennel that he caught worms and some kind of bacteria.
      All though only a vet can diagnose – not from people online.
      If you’re that concerned, I’d suggest you take your dog to the vet immediately. Don’t wait, just take him in. Schedule an appointment and go before it gets worse.

    8. SSP Bowl Dude says:

      sounds like a type of worm

    9. Fattchat says:

      It could be something, but it could also be you are very worried. The best viable option would be to take your lovable lab to the vet and get it checked out. I have two chocolate labs and I have seen them throw up, have loose stools….remember they are labs and they will eat anything…lol…

      Do you give your dog heartguard (for worm prevention), K-9 advantix (for tick/flea prevention) and when you had him kenneled what vaccinations were required? Some kennels get lazy with that.

      What do you mean running different?

      One of our labs has had anaplasmosis (lyme diseases ugly sister) and he has also had (seriously) both knees replaced. Our other lab has been an angel. When our dog had ana he was walking different almost like a limp that moved from one limb to the next. We had no idea he had ana, even with flea/tick prevention.

      Take your lovable lab to the vet and get it checked out. You will be glad you did and so will your lab 🙂

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