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Vomiting – Management of Pets with Heart Disease

Vomiting can be seen in a wide variety of illnesses, including heart disease. Additionally, certain medications used to treat heart disease may cause vomiting and lack of appetite. If the vomiting has recently occurred since starting a new drug, you should call your veterinarian to see whether a related medication might be substituted to do the same job. A pet with a sudden onset of frequent or severe vomiting should be taken to a veterinary hospital immediately.

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