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Digestive disorders

Questions

Digestive disorders

6. My dog has diarrhea


Diarrhoea is defined by an increase in the frequency and/or volume of stool emitted. They are often more and liquid. If you dog lives indoors and has a litter, it is significantly easier to notice digestive disturbances. However, this is made more difficult if your car does not want to relieve itself. If it asks you to go outdoors more often, or the hair of its rear end is soiled, your dog may have diarrhoea. In spite of being frequent, diarrhoea is not necessarily innocuous or harmless. It is important to quickly identify and take care of it. It can stem from poorly adapted consumption, an ill-suited food product, or internal parasites(?). This is why diarrhoea must always be monitored.

 

Questions

That you ask yourself about your companion

6.1 Acute or chronic diarrhoea?


6.1.1 Acute diarrhoea


6.1.2 Acute diarrhoea


6.2 When should I see my veterinarian?


6.3 My dog's stomach is growling or is passing a lot of gas


6.4 The digestive tract


MP LABO recommends

The following products

Montmorillonite

Complementary feed for cats and dogs

 


Ultradiar

Complementary feed for cats and dogs

 


Fiberact

Organic blonde psyllium 
Supports intestinal transit


MP Neutrox

Patented professional odour neutraliser