What can I give my dog for diarrhea?
Besides a small amount of canned pumpkin, other foods to break the fast include white rice mixed with broth, cottage cheese, skinless, boiled chicken and boiled, peeled potatoes.
Choose one or two of these foods and give your dog small amounts a few times a day..
Why has my dog had diarrhea for a week?
Diarrhea can occur every two to four weeks and could be ongoing for years. Check your dog’s stool for shiny mucus on the surface and fresh blood. Viral diseases such as Parvovirus (especially in puppies), distemper, coronavirus and other rotaviruses also cause foul-smelling diarrhea.
What is the most common cause of diarrhea in dogs?
In dogs, dietary indiscretion (eating garbage or other offensive or irritating materials), or a change in diet is a common cause of acute (sudden) diarrhea. Stress, especially following travel, boarding, or other changes in environment, can also cause acute diarrhea.
Should I starve my dog if he has diarrhea?
If none of the above apply, first of all starve your pet for 24 hours. Make sure plenty of water is available during this period (not too cold), but no food at all. Once your pet has been starved for 24 hours, offer him/her a small amount of chicken and rice.
When should I be concerned about my dogs diarrhea?
Diarrhea aside, your dog should be otherwise acting like her normal self; if she has additional symptoms such as lethargy, weakness, abdominal pain, blood in the diarrhea, vomiting and fever (rectal temperature greater than 103.5 F) then you need to see your veterinarian as soon as possible.