Bloody Stool en dogs

Presence of visible or hidden blood in the stool.

Dog Nemo
Nemo
Nemo, my male dog maltese, has blood in the stool
Blood from any area is not normal. However it isn't as alarming as some think. If he has had diarrhoea then the colon can become inflamed and start to put pressure on the blood vessels and they burst and show blood in the stools. If the blood is fresh, then this likely to be the cause. However the cause needs to be treated so something needs to be done regarding the diarrhoea before it causes him to become dehydrated and more poorly. Feeding an intestinal diet in small meals throughout the day and adding in a pre and pro biotic supplement. If he becomes lethargic, or no improvement after 2 days then a vet needs to be consulted.
Veterinarian Melissa  Matthews
Axminster , Devon
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Dog Lucy
Lucy
Lucy, my female dog american staffordshire terrier, has threw up, constipation, and blood in the stool
Hello. To know what's happening we have to perform a fecal analysis. If there is digested blood in the feces we need to rule out anaemia with a CBC. The next step might be an ecography for some cases, and the next endoscopy, depending on the results that we obtain on the way. Im the meantime: - You may buy a gastrointestinal veterynary-formulated diet. - When you take her to the vet don't feed her (12 hrs fast), just in case they can or want to perform an ecoghraphy. - You can pick up faeces from 3 days, sepparated 1 day from each other in sterile containers. That will permit to make the fecal analysis sooner. - If the skin on the interior of her mouth or eyelids isn't pink-reddish but pale, take her to the vet as an emergency. Giardias or coccidiae could be the cause of this problem, but the differential diagnostic is very long right now... kind regards
Veterinarian Irene Silvan
Bozeman, Montana
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Dog Gabby
Gabby
Gabby, my female dog english cocker spaniel, has diarrhea, blood in the stool, and vomiting blood
Hi! Your situation is urgent: you need to visit a vet as soon as possible. The online consultations try to provide as much help and advice as possible, but, without seeing the animal, the vets can't ensure a proper diagnosis or recommend a treatment. Afterwards, you can ask in Barkibu if you still have any doubts. Regarding you PayPal payment, we will make a full refund. Kind Regards
Veterinarian Barkibu Team
A Coruña, Coruña, A
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Dog Sancho
Sancho
Sancho, my male dog mixed with yorkshire terrier, has poor appetite, diarrhea, and blood in the stool
Hello! The blood results and symptoms that Sancho shows are compatible with a hemorrhagic gastroenteritis. It is necessary to keep him hospitalized with fluid therapy and antibiotic therapy until stabilized. We suppose he will get a shot against parvovirus, but before vaccinating him it should be considered he could have parvovirus, so it would be advisable to test him in order to rule it out completely (although it is more common in puppies, some adults may also be affected). All the best for you and Sancho. Note: This is an automatic answer provided by artificial intelligence previously reviewed by our veterinarians. In case of urgency, we recommend you to contact your veterinarian as soon as possible.
Veterinarian Barkibot A.I.
San Francisco, California
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Dog Chiquis
Chiquis
Chiquis, my female dog chihuahua, has threw up, defecates at home, and anal bleeding
¡Hola! La presencia de sangre en las heces puede tener varias causas como: parásitos, comida inadecuada, gastroenteritis hemorrágica, heridas rectales y hasta por estrés. Cuando viene acompañada de otros síntomas, el tratamiento puede variar mucho dependiendo de la causa que lo provoque. Es fundamental que acudas a un veterinario para llegar a un diagnóstico concreto y poner solución al problema. Espero haberte ayudado. Aviso: esta es una respuesta automática del sistema de inteligencia artificial revisada por nuestros veterinarios. En caso de gravedad, te recomendamos que contactes cuanto antes con tu veterinario.
Veterinarian Barkibot A.I.
San Francisco, California
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Dog Tinker Bell
Tinker Bell
Tinker Bell, my female dog yorkshire terrier, has blood in the stool and diarrhea
Hello! When diarrhea occurs, your dog can't eat during 24-48h. During these 24-48h, she can only drink water and probiotic. After 24-48h, if your dog still has diarrhea, it is necessary to visit a vet. It could be an infection, and if so, your dog will need a specific treatment. The blood in the stool may occur due to various causes like parasites, food, hemorrhagic gastroenteritis, rectal wounds, parvovirus and even stress. When occurred with vomit and diarrhea, it is very important to visit a vet as dehydration can become very serious very quickly. As treatment can vary greatly depending on the cause, you should visit a vet clinic as soon as possible, for consultation and diagnostic testing. All the best for you and Tinker Bell. Note: This is an automatic answer provided by artificial intelligence previously reviewed by our veterinarians. In case of urgency, we recommend you to contact your veterinarian as soon as possible.
Veterinarian Barkibot A.I.
San Francisco, California
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Dog Hazel
Hazel
Hazel, my male dog pit bull, has diarrhea and blood in the stool
Hello! The blood in the stool may occur due to various causes like parasites, food, hemorrhagic gastroenteritis, rectal wounds, parvovirus and even stress. When occurred with vomit and diarrhea, it is very important to visit a vet as dehydration can become very serious very quickly. As treatment can vary greatly depending on the cause, you should visit a vet clinic as soon as possible, for consultation and diagnostic testing. All the best for you and Hazel. Note: This is an automatic answer provided by artificial intelligence previously reviewed by our veterinarians. In case of urgency, we recommend you to contact your veterinarian as soon as possible.
Veterinarian Barkibot A.I.
San Francisco, California
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Dog Sammy
Sammy
Sammy, my female dog golden retriever, has diarrhea and blood in the stool
¡Hola! La presencia de sangre en las heces puede tener varias causas como: parásitos, comida inadecuada, gastroenteritis hemorrágica, heridas rectales y hasta por estrés. Cuando viene acompañada de otros síntomas, el tratamiento puede variar mucho dependiendo de la causa que lo provoque. Es fundamental que acudas a un veterinario para llegar a un diagnóstico concreto y poner solución al problema. Espero haberte ayudado. Aviso: esta es una respuesta automática del sistema de inteligencia artificial revisada por nuestros veterinarios. En caso de gravedad, te recomendamos que contactes cuanto antes con tu veterinario.
Veterinarian Barkibot A.I.
San Francisco, California
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Dog Cody
Cody
Cody, my male dog chihuahua, has threw up, vomiting blood, and loads of mucus in the nose
¡Hola! La presencia de sangre en las heces puede tener varias causas como: parásitos, comida inadecuada, gastroenteritis hemorrágica, heridas rectales y hasta por estrés. Cuando viene acompañada de otros síntomas, el tratamiento puede variar mucho dependiendo de la causa que lo provoque. Es fundamental que acudas a un veterinario urgentamente para llegar a un diagnóstico concreto y poner solución al problema. Espero haberte ayudado. Aviso: esta es una respuesta automática del sistema de inteligencia artificial revisada por nuestros veterinarios. En caso de gravedad, te recomendamos que contactes cuanto antes con tu veterinario.
Veterinarian Barkibot A.I.
San Francisco, California
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Dog Lacy
Lacy
Lacy, my female dog chihuahua, has vomit, abdominal or stomach pain, and red or irritated eyes
¡Hola! La presencia de sangre en las heces puede tener varias causas: parásitos, comida inadecuada, gastroenteritis hemorrágica, heridas rectales e incluso por estrés. El tratamiento puede variar mucho dependiendo de la causa que lo provoque. Es fundamental que acudas a un veterinario para llegar a un diagnóstico concreto y poner solución al problema.
Veterinarian Barkibot A.I.
San Francisco, California
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Dog Chewy
Chewy
Chewy, my male dog shih tzu, has diarrhea, bloody stool, and very smelly stool or diarrhea
You should take your dog to the vet again.The vet will do an xR.The bone could have perforated some area of the intestine. Chewy could need a surgery and a treatment with antibiotics. Kind regards
Veterinarian Elena Laguno
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Zamora, Zamora
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