2. Pepcid



Veterinarians recommend Pepcid as it helps reduce stomach acid as well as protect the stomach lining in pets. An excessive amount of acid can cause ulcers and inflammation, which causes a lot of discomforts.

Pepcid can also help with vomiting; however, this isn’t always bound to be successful. You are advised, therefore, to consult your vet—especially if you discover that your pet is vomiting and does not have the appetite for her food as this could be a sign of a serious problem. It is important to note that, even though Pepcid is relatively safe to be administered on pets; sometimes it may cause some side effects in dogs—and the most common is the loss of appetite and drowsiness.
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