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Digestive disorders

Questions

Digestive disorders

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


Borborygmi, the sounds made from digestion(?), stem from gases present in your dog's digestive tract. There are several possible causes of this rumbling. Firstly, your dog swallows too much air: if it eats too quickly for example, or if it breathes heavily (stress or intense physical effort). Certain races of dogs, particularly those with short or flat faces (such as pugs of bulldogs) swallow a lot of air. Secondly, gases are produced in your dog's digestive tract during digestion(?) of food. This always occurs, but in theory, should not be heard! This could mean that the diet is not entirely adapted to your dog or that its intestinal flora is unbalanced. In this case, it is recommended to complement its diet with pre and probiotics. Activated carbon can also help diminish gases. Finally, if your dog has never done this before, monitor its stool: this could be the early stages of diarrhoea!

To eliminate unbearable smells from the room your companion can be found, you can use an odour destroyer.

 

 

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?


6.4 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