Most of the dog parents will get confused when their doggy’s stomach gurgling frequently. You may afraid that it may be the outcome of the severe disease. But not most of the times, because the gurgling stomach is the normal one in many of the cases. As a lovable dog parent or dog lover, you need to know this kind of basic things. Let’s explore the loud stomach gurgling.
Why does this happen?
Even after or before eating, we too have that stomach gurgling no. The same thing happens to your canine, but not all the time. Normally while digesting the food the intestine will make the noise due to the gas there. Even you can hear the gurgling sound whenever the gases move around your dog’s intestine, by placing your ears against your doggy’s stomach. But as we discussed above this is not same all the time. Let’s discuss the reasons quite in depth.
What’s this any new game! No, it’s an old game running in your cutie’s stomach always. Yes, this kind of gurgling sounds will be called as ‘Borborygmi’. Before suggesting anything be sure that your dog doesn’t take any foreign food or new treats. Because the new type of food may not ‘ok’ with your canine’s stomach at times. So be careful when introducing a new food to your doggy.
Whenever the digestion is going on some gases will move all around the intestine. This ordinary move of the gases will make this kind of sounds. At times you can hear loud gurgling when the movement of gases gets increased. This kind of gurgling will be heard when your dog eats on an empty stomach. You can hear this kind of noises whenever your doggy roaming in an empty stomach also.
Intaking a large amount of gas also cause this kind of noises. This may happen when your dog eats too fastly, so make your doggy to eat slowly. Even you can offer the food frequently, and avoid to filling its stomach wholly.
Also, you can hear this kind of sounds when your doggy’s intestine is breaking down the food it ingested.
At times this may cause because of the hungry. Even we human beings feel that kind of grumbling when we are in hungry no. This kind of gurgling will occur when the excessive gases in the empty stomach started to digest even before taking food.
To be aware
If the gurgling sound accompanied by lethargy, vomiting, dehydration, diarrhea, pain, inactive, drooling you need to reach your veterinarian. Also, this kind of severe gastrointestinal will be occurring when your dog ate something from like poop. If so follow your vet’s suggestion. This may cause serious gurgling at times so you need to keep an eye on your four-legged friends.
Be clear what it might be the reason via the above discussion before doing anything. At times your assumption may be wrong so suggesting your vet is always the good one. But be positive, your doggy won’t get serious issues.