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Lots of dogs get diarrhea once in a while.
No one likes dealing with diarrhea.
Or if they do they are not a profitable demographic.
I’m going to give some tips on how to help your dog if they have diarrhea.
Dogs usually get diarrhea from one of two reasons.
Either they eat stuff they shouldn’t (Dogs love to do this).
Or they have some kind of disease that gives them diarrhea as a side effect.
Sometimes they get diarrhea from being stressed out or from bad medications.
Here are some tips on dealing with diarrhea so your dog can go back to being healthy.
And YOU don’t have to clean up any more messes.
The best advice is to call your vet.
Diarrhea can be a side effect of many dangerous health problems.
See your vet just to be safe.
Collect information on dogs poop for your vet like:
If the stool is red then contact your vet immediately.
Another thing to do is look for other symptoms.
If your dog has other ailments it may be a sign of a serious disease.
They might have cancer, heart disease, parasites, worms, and a long list of deadly illnesses.
If you think your dog might have anything like that, you guessed it, go to your vet! (there seems to be a pattern here).
Here are some signs your dog may be really sick:
Dehydration (this is a big one),
Loss of appetite,
Diarrhea continues for several days
If your dog doesn’t have anything too serious, you may be able to heal your dog’s diarrhea with some home remedies.
Here are some home remedies that may work:
Probiotics that help with gut health
Peel and boil potatoes
Herb called Fennel helps with gut health
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