Companion animals are small and, therefore, can lose a significant amount of fluid through vomiting or diarrhea and quickly become dehydrated. These symptoms can indicate a serious underlying problem, such as an intestinal obstruction or viral infection. When vomiting and diarrhea are present together, the treatment should be swift and aggressive, leaving little room for conservative therapy. However, should you choose to pursue conservative treatment in such a case, the steps for vomiting should be followed, but the animal must be monitored closely and reassessed by a veterinarian within 24 hours.
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