One day you feel panic when your pet dog pooped blood? That's a sign that the dog has dysentery. So what do you know about this disease? The following article will help you answer the most effective causes, prevention and treatment for dogs with exhaustion.


What Causes Dogs Diarrhea?

Diarrhea in dogs is not a disease but a syndrome of bloody diarrhea. Dogs passing out blood are mainly due to some of the following reasons:

Dogs have food poisoning, digestive disorders.
Dogs with severe roundworm infections, especially hookworms in young dogs under 6 months of age.
Dogs are infected with infectious diseases such as: Parvovirus, Carre ...
- Dogs are poisoned with chemicals, rat baits ...

How to prevent and treat dogs with dysentery effectively

1. Dog has dysentery due to acute inflammatory bowel disease, stomach

Acute inflammatory bowel disease in dogs also causes diarrhea in dogs, especially puppies under the age of 6 months. Puppies with this disease are very dangerous, if you do not detect them in time, they will deteriorate, weaken and die.

In particular, puppies often get this disease 10-15 days after birth, even earlier. The manifestation is that the puppy has loose stools with a sour, fishy smell, but still sucks and can walk. After a few days, they show obvious systemic symptoms such as fever 40-41 degrees, decreased appetite, fishy-smelling loose stools, abdominal distention, shallow and rapid breathing, rapid and weak heart beat. If severe, the puppy may go into a coma, the temperature will drop and then die.


Let the dog fast, then wash the stomach and intestines for the dog to remove all the food it has eaten. To do this, you take half a cup of salt water solution (1 teaspoon of salt mixed with 1 cup of water) and wash the dog's intestines by giving 2 to 3 tablespoons of rice oil (papaya oil), remove enema with warm water.

For 2-3 days, it is necessary to let the dog fast and drink a lot of clean, cool water, preferably strong tea. On the third day, you can feed your dog with buckwheat tea with added milk.

If the dog vomits, give the dog cold mineral salt water, on the 4th day, give the dog some meat and broth, buckwheat soup or rice soup (liquid porridge).

From the 6th day, you can feed your dog minced meat or minced meat, add 1 gram of xintomixin (synthomycinum - ND) or talazon in the morning and afternoon, or give the dog 10 to 15 grams of starch every 3 hours. potatoes by mixing with half a cup of water.

When dogs are sick, they need to rest in a quiet and dry and warm place. If the dog has a bowel movement, a warm blanket must be wrapped around the dog's belly. Feed and drink the dog twice a day and the food and water must be heated.

Before determining the cause of your dog's gastroenteritis, you need to isolate the dog from other dogs. If your dog is seriously ill, you need to quickly take your dog to the vet for timely treatment.

To prevent disease, you must not give your dog food that has gone stale, do not feed your dog with moldy rice (corn, beans, etc.) . If feeding salted meat, it must be soaked well and not too much for the dog to eat.

2. Dogs have dysentery due to Care and Pravovirus disease

Dogs are capable of 2 diseases care and parvovirus and these two diseases are similar to human cancers. If infected, they will die quickly.

If you detect them early and treat them in time, they will be lucky to survive, but if left too late, the dog will die by 90 %. The most obvious manifestation of these two diseases is that the dog has fresh blood in the stool.

To prevent care in dogs, you must not feed your dog stale meat or stale canned food (canned food, inflated butter tubes), do not feed moldy rice, corn, beans, etc. , do not give your dog food that is too hot, too sour, too cold or too fatty...

When the puppy is 45 days old, you need to vaccinate the dog against common diseases, especially Care and Parvo. After that, 1 month of vaccination is repeated again and it is best to vaccinate dogs with 2 doses of 7 diseases or some vaccines to prevent this dangerous disease.

The most suitable diet for dogs after dysentery

  • The ideal diet for dogs after dysentery is a light, fat-free and red meat diet.
  • Feed your dog chicken, but don't season it. Dogs should only eat meat, not chicken skin.
  • Chicken can be combined with steamed rice, pasta or mashed potatoes. Mashed potatoes for dogs also must not contain butter.
  • Avoid milk and dairy products as many dogs are lactose intolerant and lead to diarrhea.
  • Bland foods only help relieve diarrhea, but dog poop won't be completely normal right away. You should wait for the poop condition to improve and show your dog's recovery.

Here is some information about the symptoms the dog has dysentery that we want to share with you. Wish you have healthy and lovely dogs. If you need to know more about other ways to take care of puppies, contact for advice.

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