What can I give a dog for nausea? Some recommended choices include Metoclopramide, Cerenia (for dogs), and Famotidine or Pepcid. Cerenia has the added benefit of helping dogs with nausea and vomiting from motion sickness. Natural homeopathic remedies that help with nausea and vomiting include Nux Vomica, arsenicum album, and pulsatilla.
What medication can I give my dog to stop vomiting? Cerenia is the first medication that prevents and treats canine vomiting regardless of the pathway involved.
Can I give my dog human nausea medicine? Is Any OTC Human Medicine Safe for Dog Vomiting? There are no safe OTC anti-nausea or anti-vomiting (anti-emetics) medications for dogs. Giving your dog these medications can mask symptoms in dogs that have swallowed a foreign body, have an obstruction, or are experiencing a serious illness.
What stomach medicine is safe for dogs? Pepcid-AC, Tagamet and Zantac
Pepcid-AC (famotidine), Tagamet (cimetidine) and Zantac (ranitidine) are common OTC medications to treat or prevent heartburn and stomach ulcer-related symptoms. They’re generally effective and safe for dogs (and cats). You can administer the correct dosage once or twice a day.