Bloating generally takes place in wide-chested species of dogs especially Rottweilers. Some of the common symptoms would include fatigue with excessive discharge of saliva which could be foamy. The dog might also show signs of difficulty in breathing and anxiety. In such cases, it is always advisable to read the signs carefully and providing the aid to them immediately. In medical terms, it is commonly known as Gastric Dilatation and Volvulus (GDV) which should not be ignored in any case. It may require surgery in some cases which certainly does not guarantee cure.In its initial stage, their stomach would swell with gas which creates a bloat while their mucus membrane or area around nose turns pale. If unattended, it hinders the normal functioning of stomach, making your dog lose its appetite. In such cases, a prompt response to the problem could prevent it.There are numerous reasons which could be a trigger point to this problem. Just like humans, dogs require balanced diet that is rich in protein. Moreover, it is important they are given small yet portioned meals (as per their weight) throughout the day.It is essential that they have regular check-ups including weight and height. In case they are less or more than their ideal weight, it is important to feed them nutritious food with timely vaccines that are easily available with your nearest veterinary. It is always best to know your pet’s family history (if not a stray or from an unknown origin) as it lets you know if the conditions persist in their genes. Moreover, it is a condition where males are more likely to be suffering than their female counterparts. Additionally, older dogs have greater chances of falling prey to it.In case you are feeding them with packaged food, always try to avoid diluting it if not mentioned otherwise. Further, it is highly recommended not to give them medicine that meant for humans as it may make the required treatment ineffective.There is no home remedy to cure it which why one should look for immediate help. Always make sure that you inform the vet prior to your visit as well as it helps them preparing for the emergency in advance.