Dog Preciosa
Preciosa

Preciosa, my female dog mixed, has diarrhea, miscarriage, and anxiety while eating

Mi perra tiene parvo pero no a echo diarrea desde ayer en la mañana y tampoco sangre haorita solo quiere tomar agua pero la vomita esa es una señal de que se cabron a salvar la tengo en tratamiento y le estoy dando suero

digestive sangre diarrea suero parvovirus
over 1 year ago
Information about Preciosa
  • Species: Dog
  • Breed: Mixed
  • Sex: Female
  • Age: 1 year
  • Sterilized: No
  • Symptoms: Abdominal or stomach pain, Miscarriage, Anxiety while eating, Apathy, Fatigue, and Diarrhea
BarkiBot detected an urgent symptom
General Diarrhea
Diarrhea can have multiple and different causes: parasites, bacteria, inadequate or spoiled food, an autoimmune problem, viruses such as the parvovirus, stress or nerves because of a change in the animal's routine, a tumor, etc.

While your pet experiences diarrhea, it is advisable to only give him or her water and no food. After 12-24 hours, if your pet no longer has diarrhea, you can switch to a soft diet. If your pet still has diarrhea or isn't eating after 24 hours, you have to go to the veterinarian to identify and treat the problem.

However, if you notice any of the following symptoms shortly after you notice your pet's diarrhea: behavioral changes (disorientation, panting, fatigue ...) excessive salivation, white yellow, or bloody vomit, or vomit with some other substance, dilated pupils, abdominal pain, shortness of breath, difficulty walking, fainting, convulsions, cardiac arrhythmias, go to the veterinarian right away.
We suggest you to visit your nearest vet as soon as possible.
1 vet has answered
Veterinarian Barkibot A.I.
Barkibot A.I.

Hola!

El parvovirus canino es la principal enfermedad vírica canina. Afecta principalmente a cachorros de perro, manifestándose como diarrea con sangre y maloliente, junto con un estado de deterioro general del animal. El diagnóstico y tratamiento precoz es imprescindible para salvar la vida del animal. Lleva urgentemente a tu perro al veterinario.

over 1 year ago