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What should we do about the Alaskan Malamute’s diarrhea?

Alaskan Malamute is also one of the best-looking dogs in the world. In the process of raising a Alaskan Malamute, we will encounter a lot of problems, such as diarrhea, so how do we handle this situation properly?

First of all, we should find out the root cause of Alaskan Malamute’s diarrhea according to Alaskan Malamute habitat, and then to address the current common causes of diarrhea are the following several.


1. Alaskan indigestion.

When it was young in Alaska, its stomach was very fragile, its digestive system was very delicate, and it lacked many of the enzymes needed for digestion, so we’d better not give Alaskan dogs under three months old canned food and pure meat, otherwise it will cause the Malamute diarrhea. Dogs are very prone to indigestion after eating them. If the malamute has bad digestion, he will have diarrhea, which the careless owner may not notice for a while. At this time, he will pull more and more, resulting in dehydration, which is very dangerous. So we must always pay attention to the physical condition of the malamute. Then we stop feeding him canned food and indigestible food like meat. If necessary, we can control the amount of food to feed it can not be given a meal to eat, at the same time after a few days do not let it eat too full, so that it can be a certain recuperation of the stomach.

2. Catch a cold.

As the weather turns cold, the temperature will also be lower and lower, if this time of your home in Alaska Malamute appears diarrhea phenomenon. We have to consider its spirit and appetite, if there is no difference, it may be caused by changes in the weather. Then we’ll have to dress it properly to keep it warm.

3. Enteritis.

When Alaskan dogs get enteritis, in addition to diarrhea, mental health is not good, the body temperature will become very high. So at this time, we should go to the hospital as soon as possible to check the diagnosis. And then give him the medicine he was told to take.


4. Parasites.

The easiest way to tell if an Alaskan dog has a parasite is if it has a white substance in its feces, or if it has a foul odor when excreted. There will be these substances, to go to the hospital in time to do a test, and then targeted drug use. This kind of situation in peacetime we can effectively avoid the occurrence of this kind of situation as long as once every once in a while for it deworming.

In normal life, we should learn to observe the spirit of the Alaskan Malamute dog and appetite, if there is no major difference between normal, it is good to give it a little conditioning, if it has a fever and low energy response, there should be inflammation in the body. We’ll have to get some attention and get him to the nearest hospital as soon as possible for his health. There are certain drugs that we can not use to treat the symptoms of Alaskan Malamute diarrhea, drugs that we can take, that have no significant side effects on our bodies but are toxic to pets, and there will be side effects, so the treatment must not be used!

In a word, the dog owner should pay attention to the Alaskan Malamute habitat to prevent diarrhea.