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Vomiting is the most common sign seen in dogs and cats and can be caused by a variety of problems. If your dog or cat is vomiting, note how often it is happening and inspect vital signs. Inspect the environment to see if your pet ate anything. If your dog or cat seems lethargic or has vital sign abnormalities this could be an early sign of a severe problem. If your pet seems to be alright try withholding a meal and see if they are back to normal the next day. Bloat or GDV could be life threatening. It occurs in larger breed dogs. Some signs are: excessive drooling, attempted vomiting, distended midsection, vital sign abnormalities. This is an indication of an emergency and must seek medical attention immediately.