2 puppies w/ bloody loose stools for 2 weeks not lethargic, no parasites, How do

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    sholden2posted 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 got into something. treated for diarrhea. meds seemed to help, but not completely still having problems after a week of treatment. took back to vet still no parasites don't know whats going on, puppy seems fine other than bloody loose stools. (been 2 weeks) now 2nd pup has bloody loose stools also. Vet is getting expensive!!! Any ideas?? did not change diet.

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    HealthyPetNetworkposted 7 years ago

    I saw your question and asked my partner who is a globally renowned vet and as good as they come. Here is your response which I hope will help.

    1)    Make sure the puppies do not have a low grade case of Parvo.
    2)    If not, they are reacting to the diet.
    3)    Best to feed one part cottage cheese, to one part boiled white potatoes for seven days and then add chicken for 7 days and continue on until you can find ingredients in commercial food that will work as well.
    4)    Please check my website for further directions = www.drplechner.com.

    Dr.Plechner

    Please contact me with additional questions and to let me know how the pups are doing. Michael--HealthyPetNetwork

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    sholden2posted 7 years ago

    Well apparently I just had a bad vet...by reading about the symptoms of parasites especially hookworms and whip-worms decided that sounded exactly like what my dogs were experiencing so I went to petsmart and got them a better worm medicine and gave it to them and now they are 100% OK. And I'm in need of a new Vet because I'm definitely not taking them back there. at 100 for each dog to have their poo analyzed and miss that they have worms...hmmm Thanks for the advice, I'm sure puppy chow isn't the best food out there but it does not seem to be upsetting their tummies at all. smile

 
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