Does your best friend have diarrhea?
No, not your BFF your furry BFF. We all monitor our pet’s if they have diarrhea but a few quick diet modifications will go a long way in helping with diarrhea. Make sure they do not get dehydrated by monitoring their water intake.
- Try adding pumpkin (not pie filling the plain type) or a pumpkin based dog food to their kibble or usual food
- Change their diet to rice and chicken to bulk the poo and be gentle on their gut
- Adding fiber (pumpkin has fiber) can help too, as this can add bulk to the poo
- High count probiotics can help your dog’s digestive health. High count probiotics really help establish their gut and immune system after a bout of diarrhea.
Dog diarrhea and vomiting?
Dogs often throw-up a little, usually it is due to something they ate and is not an issue, sometimes it can be due to food allergies or seasonal allergies. It is normal for a dog to eat grass and then throw up to expel what is irritating them. Make sure they do not get dehydrated by monitoring their water or fluid intake.
A bland diet of chicken and rice may help or just chicken broth or bone broth if food is too much.
Probiotics can offer a solution to getting your pooch over that issue. Profauna 100 may help increase digestive enzymes as well as supporting digestive wellness. Try adding a high-count multi-strain probiotic to your pooch’s nutrition.