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We can find the dog’s gastrointestinal problems from the dog’s symptoms

The dog’s intestines and stomach are more fragile, not careful easy to get some small problems, from which symptoms can judge the dog’s gastrointestinal problems? Dog Gastrointestinal Discomfort for specific performance: Diarrhea, vomiting, digestive disorders, food intolerance, Anorexia, digestive disorders, and so on, are common symptoms. The most common symptoms are vomiting and diarrhea, both of which are easy to ignore. As a result of some owners of the early symptoms of the disease, which makes the dog worse, leading to the dog wasting, bloody stool, and even life-threatening situation is also common.


1. Diarrhea:

Both of these conditions are more common in pet dogs. Diarrhea is caused by the accelerated peristalsis of the intestine, increased secretion of the Intestinal Mucosa, and malabsorption. This kind of symptom is often found in intestinal diseases. Dog Darling has diarrhea that often leads to dehydration and death, so owners should treat it as soon as possible.

2. Vomiting:

Dogs are prone to vomiting, with darling more prominent, darling vomiting when overeating or eating something smelly or irritating, and vomiting is also a self-protective phenomenon, sometimes they will consciously go out in search of weeds to swallow, prompting the stomach to spit things out. For vomiting and diarrhea, in addition to the general treatment such as the supplement of saline, antibiotic treatment, the dog’s diet should also be extra careful, eat less easily digestible food.


3. Other factors:

There are many factors that can cause gastrointestinal discomfort. For example, when a dog goes for a walk or plays, he may accidentally ingest some of the eggs exposed to the environment, or dogs eat moldy rotten food, accidentally swallowed foreign bodies, long-term use of antibiotics, intestinal flora imbalance, increased harmful bacteria, intestinal infections or malnutrition can lead to gastrointestinal discomfort.

4. We need to get our dogs into the habit of eating regular meals:

It is important for a dog to eat at regular intervals. If the owner of a dog to feed too much food, will all of a sudden increase the burden on the dog’s stomach, easy to cause indigestion, vomiting. If conditions permit, the owner can feed the adult dog twice a day, five months ago owners can give the dog to eat three times a day. If the owner can not ensure that the dog feeds on time, but also to control the amount of each time. We can’t give the dog all the food in the day at once. It’s better for the dog’s stomach to be hungry than to be full. Owners should be careful not to give their dogs too much dry food, which can be difficult for a dog with a weak stomach to digest.