Diarrhea en dogs

Intestinal disorder characterized by increased frequency, fluidity and often volume of depositions

Dog Holly
Holly
Holly, my female dog lachon, have diarrhea, poor appetite, and vomit
Hi, I hope she has shown some improvement or you have taken her to a vet by now. If not, I would recommend you do so immediately as dehydration can become very serious very quickly. It could be a number of things that can only be diagnosed with a veterinary consultation and diagnostic testing but Holly will most certainly need fluid therapy. Good luck
Veterinarian Melissa  Matthews
Axminster , Devon
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Dog Holly
Holly
Holly, my female dog labrador, has diarrhea and vomit
Hi there - I would recommend making an appointment with your vet today if it's being going on 2 days already, as she may become dehydrated without treatment
Veterinarian Helen Spencer
London, London, City of
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Dog Ralf
Ralf
Ralf, my male dog bulldog, has diarrhea and constipation
Constipation can be treated with lactulose syrup, mineral oil and high fiber diet. if it is severe there might be an intestinal impaction/blockage - in this case you will need to take Ralf to the vet.
Veterinarian David Elbeze
Letchworth Garden City, Hertfordshire
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Dog Tillie
Tillie
Tillie, my female dog staffy x whippet, has diarrhea
I recommend taking her back to the vet, prokolin only stops the diarrhea symptomatically but doesn't really solve the problem. she might need antibiotics in order to resolve this problem.
Veterinarian David Elbeze
Letchworth Garden City, Hertfordshire
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Dog Mimi
Mimi
Mimi, my male dog unknown, has diarrhea and defecates at home
He probably managed to eat something without you noticing in the past day or so. Withhold food for 12 hours then offer him boiled boneless chicken and rice every 6 hours in small portions. if he is eating and not vomiting, continue with this diet for 2 days. After 2 days, you can put him back gradually on his normal food. If he continues vomiting or is not eating, take him to the vet to get treatment. Hopefully Mimi will feel better soon.
Veterinarian David Elbeze
Letchworth Garden City, Hertfordshire
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Dog Archie
Archie
Archie, my male dog bichon frise and shih tzu mix, has diarrhea and vomit
Withhold food for 8 hours then offer him boiled boneless chicken and rice every 6 hours in small portions. if he is eating and not vomiting, continue with this diet for 2 days. After 2 days, you can put him back gradually on the Wainwright's puppy food, mixing it with rice for another 2 days. If he continues showing those symptoms, take him to the vet to get treatment.
Veterinarian David Elbeze
Letchworth Garden City, Hertfordshire
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Dog Harvey
Harvey
Harvey, my male dog cavalier king charles spaniel, has diarrhea
Hello to you and little Harvey. It could be a number if things, but you are tight to be a little concerned given the length of time this has been going on. Firstly staining to pass faeces will often result in blood in the stool as a result of straining bursting small capillaries in the mucous membrane around the anus. If the blood is red and fresh then it us less serious. Blood on tbe penis is a little more concerning as this has nothing to do with the bowels. I would collect a urine sample and take it to the vets with you for your appointment. For a dog this age, we unfortunately cannot ignore symptoms, even if they are well in themselves. If it turns out to be something requiring treatment then if he is well in himself the better the treatment will go. To prepare you, there is a small chance if something sinister in tbe abdomen causing blood from both areas and consistent diarrhoea, however there is no way of knowing without seeing a vet. Good luck and let me know the outcome.
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 Paloma
Paloma
Paloma, my female dog mixed with chihuahua, has defecates at home and diarrhea
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 diarrhoea presenting blood in the stool, 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 for consultation and diagnostic testing. Don't self-medicate your pets. Keep in mind that not knowing of medications and their compounds, as well as the effect they have on our pets can produce serious harms. Generally the symptoms of parvovirus are evident: appearing apathy, vomiting, diarrhoea and dehydration, although are sometimes confused with gastroenteritis until the symptoms become more evident. The best would be to take your dog to the veterinarian for a general checkup, so that your vet can determine if something is wrong with her and give her the most appropriate treatment. All the best for you and Paloma. 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 Azula
Azula
Azula, my female dog mixed with poodle, has poor appetite and diarrhea
Hello! When a dog has diarrhea, she 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. If your dog have had diarrhea for a longer time (1-2 weeks) and it got worse, you should go as soon as possible to your veterinarian. It might be a digestive pathology or a systemic disease that must be diagnosed and treated. We at Barkibu, nor the veterinarians cooperating with us, are not allowed to give you any diagnosis and treatment, as that is not possible without seeing the animal. Don't self-medicate your pets. Keep in mind that not knowing of medications and their compounds, as well as the effect they have on our pets can produce serious harms. You can always reach an agreement with veterinary clinic and avoid that the health of your pet get affected by it. Do not let more time pass, your pet's health comes first. All the best for you and Azula. 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 Max
Max
Max, my male dog poodle, has diarrhea
¡Hola! Muchas veces los cachorros muestran diarrea por alguna intolerancia alimentaria o por empachamiento. No obstante, también algunas veces se debe a una causa orgánica, por lo que le recomendaría acudir a su veterinario para que haga una valoración general mediante examen físico y si es necesario también una analítica. En caso de ser algo infeccioso, el tratamiento antibiótico durante 7-10 días suele ser suficiente para que se recupere, pero debe ser valorado por su veterinario ya que automedicar a nuestros animales está totalmente desaconsejado pues puede provocar nuevos síntomas si no se aplica el medicamento adecuado. 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 Max
Max
Max, my male dog poodle, has diarrhea
Ni nosotros en Barkibu, ni los veterinarios que cooperan con nosotros, no están autorizados a darle ningún diagnóstico ni tratamiento, ya que esto no es posible sin ver al animal. Siempre se puede llegar a un acuerdo entre ambas partes y que la salud del animal no se vea afectada por ello. No dejes pasar más tiempo, su salud es lo primero. Hay clínicas que ofrecen pago a plazos y aseguradoras que ofrecen seguros médicos para mascotas. No automediques su mascota. Tenga en cuenta que no saber de los medicamentos y de sus compuestos puede tener el efecto contrario a tu mascota y producirle daños graves.
Veterinarian Barkibot A.I.
San Francisco, California
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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 Sophie
Sophie
Sophie, my female dog mixed, has diarrhea
¡Hola! Sin un reconocimiento por un veterinario no debes dar ninguna medicación. Ten en cuenta que el desconocimiento de fármacos y sus compuestos, así como el efecto que tienen sobre nuestras mascotas puede llevar a administrar medicación que les perjudique seriamente. Si no come o bebe adecuadamente puede estar en riesgo de deshidratación. Además, un vómito constante, no controlado, puede provocar irritación del esófago produciendo una esofagitis, lo cual es muy doloroso. Si comenzase a tener diarreas o vómitos con sangre, pérdida de consciencia u otros síntomas graves, tendrías que llevarlo de urgencia al veterinario para que pueda determinar la causa y estabilizarlo. De todas maneras, debes acudir a tu veterinario para hacer una revisión y valoración de tu perro para llegar a un diagnóstico y buscar el tratamiento adecuado. Siempre se puede llegar a un acuerdo entre ambas partes y que la salud del animal no se vea afectada por ello. No dejes pasar más tiempo, su salud es lo primero. 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 Hunter
Hunter
Hunter, my male dog german shepherd, has diarrhea
Hello! It happens quite often for puppies to have diarrhea due to food intolerance or severe indigestion. However, it could be any other reason, so the best would be to visit your vet who will make a general assessment of your puppy and, if necessary, order blood analytics. In case the cause is infectious, your vet will give your dog an antibiotic treatment for 7-10 days. All the best for you and Hunter. 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 Bailey
Bailey
Bailey, my female dog yorkshire terrier, has diarrhea
Your vet has done an excellent choice because last scientist studies about Coccidios advise a treatment with Sumetrolim. This treatment has less side effects than Ponazuril in puppies. It is normal to find reinfections with Coccidios(Isospora). Kind regards,
Veterinarian Elena Laguno
Top
Zamora, Zamora
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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 Cocco
Cocco
Cocco, my female dog australian cattle, has vomiting blood and diarrhea
Hello! When your dog's vomit contains blood, especially if it is frequent and appears continuously, it may be due to a serious problem that needs urgent veterinary intervention. It could be from an intoxication, parasites, ulcers, gastroenteritis, bacterial or viral infection, to renal, hepatic or intestinal disease, among others. Since the cause may vary, it is important to take your dog to your veterinarian, so he/she can examine her and perform needed tests in order to make a diagnosis and give her corresponding treatment. Don't self-medicate your pets. Keep in mind that not knowing of medications and their compounds, as well as the effect they have on our pets can produce serious harms. All the best for you and Cocco. 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
Top
Zamora, Zamora
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