do I need to get my dog to the emergency vet tonight? does he even need to go to the vet?
my dog is 1 year old and has diarrhea for the second day and started leaving blood spots were he poops. he is only eating half his food but drinking a lot of water still runs and plays just not as much do I need to get him to a vet?
Yes you do. It's not normal to have blood in their stools/poop. Also dogs, like other animals, are very good at hiding when they are ill. Your dog is drinking lots of water because he/she is probably dehydrated (lack of fluid) due to the diarrhoea and this can become very serious - so take your dog and get them checked out asap. The blood might just be because of the diarrhoea irritating the lining of the bowel, but still needs to get checked.
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