Treament for dietary indiscretions

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    arlene10posted 7 years ago

    Treament for dietary indiscretions

    whta is the first aid treatment for my puppy suffering from vomiting and bloody stool

  2. alexadry profile image96
    alexadryposted 7 years ago

    Your best bet is a vet visit. Bloody stools and vomiting can be something as serious as parvo or gastro-enteritis, or parasites, just to name a few of the many possibilities./. Being a puppy he can get dehydrated fast, so I would not recommend any home remedies.

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    Puppyluvposted 7 years ago

    Agree with alexadry, hope you had him checked by a vet.  In the future, an at-home remedy to try in an adult dog who is still eating and can keep water down:  rice and boiled chicken or boiled hamburger.  2 parts rice to 1 part meat.  This will help settle the stomach and is easy to digest.  Use this only until you can get your pet to the vet or if it's a simple case of diarrhea.  Dietary indiscretions can also cause more serious problems like Pancreatits that need treatment by a vet.