Your dog may have a serious condition. This is not something you can give a home remedy for. Take your dog to the vet. If you can't afford it, take them in anyway and tell them your financial situation. They will work something out. DON'T WAIT!
Bloody stools can be very frightening for dog owners. Our current dog has had them when she has reacted to pain medications as well as when she has had some serious diarrhea. But with our first dog, it was the sign of something serious. Definitely call your vet.
If it isn't something serious--but more like gastroenteritis--then they will probably have you put her on a low-residue diet and gradually work back to regular food.
by Stephnkat 7 years ago
Bloody stools, vomiting in puppiesSwitched puppy food and this started but one of puppies is doing better. Should I switch back to other puppy food?
by sholden2 7 years ago
2 puppies w/ bloody loose stools for 2 weeks not lethargic, no parasites, How do I make them better?I got 2 puppies 3 weeks ago after 1 week, one of the pups developed bloody diarrhea, however eating drinking and acting completely normal. took him to the vet, no parasites, seems healthy figured he...
by jovi10 9 years ago
He swallowed it last night. It's a knee high stocking that women wear instead of full length stockings.He hasn't passed it yet. Should I wait some more or try to get him to vomit it out?He is eating and drinking water and has gone on the wee wee pads 3x today and nothing. Please help!
by jugriffi 9 years ago
My Shihtsu Georgie, died Sept 14, suddenly of pancreatitis. He was never sick a day in his life. He was 15, but even the E.R. vet said he couldnt believe this, said he would probably be ok after some fluids and antibiotics. He had vomiting and diarrea for about 12 hours which became severe in the...
by Sherri 2 years ago
My 9-year-old, 90-pound goldie just had surgery today to repair the ligament that holds her knee in place. She will be home on Saturday and recuperating for up to 12 weeks. The vet says no walks, no visits from people or dogs (because she is a puppy at heart and gets very excited about company), no...
by Linda Crist 5 years ago
How do you treat sebaceous cysts in your dog?The vet says "leave it alone". The dog doesn't seem to be bothered by it. What is your experience with sebaceous cysts in dogs?
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