Dog bloat is a health issue where the animal develops an obstruction or a twisting of the gastro intestinal tract cutting off passage of food. It is an extremely grave problem and dogs who have it need to be taken to the vet immediately.
02/21/2011 Seattle, WA - Susan Denair cares for a dog who surpassed a bout of dog bloat. "It was frightening when my pet Finster began to get sick," said Denair. "It was really great that I thought of taking him to the vet immediately or it would have ended awfully." Denair was also one of those who were there at the launch of the website - http://www.weimaranerproblems.com/weimaraner-chewing/.
In an article that discussed weimaraner chewing, one commenter seemed anxious with the problem of bloat in their pet dogs. There were also some who were anxious with the likelihood of recurrence.
First of all, it is important that you take your weimaraner to the vet asap when it begins to exhibit signs of bloat. The problem could cause death in the dog, especially when it is not treated right. If possible, you also should call beforehand so that your family pet knows what they have to overcome when you arrive. The better that the dog istreatedd, the better the likelihood of survival.
The exact bring about of dog bloat is not clearly understood, but it is thought that the certain factors including anxiety and overeating can cause the development of the condition. Deep-chested animals are also very prone to develop bloat.
Every owner should be able to pinpoint the signs of bloat in their pets as it might be what saves your pet dog.