Tag Archives: Stomach

Sadly, we get lots of questions from readers about their dogs having upset stomachs from something they ate that they shouldn’t have or perhaps a virus. Here are some symptoms, treatments and even some tips to help you make the right choice on what to feed your dog to keep their tummy feeling good.

How To Diagnose And Treat Dog Diarrhea

Dog sick on bed

Since ancient times, physicians have looked to stool samples as a reference point for the health of their patients. For animals, such as dogs, referencing stool samples is a more viable option than ever because of the rising costs of healthcare. Those concerned about the health of their animals can learn a lot about them by looking at their stool samples. And when it comes to puppies, what you learn from their stool might even save their lives…

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Dog Vomiting: Causes, Diagnosis, Treatment And Related Symptoms

Dog's vomit in grass (caption: Dog Vomiting Causes, Symptoms and Treatment)

Longtime dog parents know that our furry friends will eat almost anything under the sun, even if it makes them throw up immediately. Other times, our pups puke for no apparent reason. While occasional vomiting may not be cause for concern, frequent or severe vomiting can be a sign of a serious condition. Here, we’ll help you figure out why your dog is vomiting, other symptoms to look out for, what you can do to help your pup and when it’s time to seek veterinarian care…

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Dog Eating Wood: How To Make Them Stop

Dog chewing on piece of wood

Dogs chew on wood because they like chewing on things. That’s why you see dogs play with chew toys, and why chew bones and treats are so popular with dogs. While it’s fairly common for a dog to chew on wood (especially if you use sticks or small logs to throw to them when you’re playing fetch) your dog will thank you if you help them lay off the wood. Why?…

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Tips To Cure Your Dog’s Upset Stomach

Dog laying on sofa sick

Normally dogs will eat grass to cleanse out their system – this is the natural method for curing your dog’s upset stomach. However, at times this won’t do the trick, or your dog won’t even feel like eating grass. In this case it can help to give your dog a little bit of Pepto-Bismol or Pepcid crushed and mixed with water (the amount will depend on your dog’s weight – consult your veterinarian)…

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