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Wednesday, September 10, 2008

Natural Cures For Dog Vomiting & Diarrhea

Natural Cures For Dog Vomiting & Diarrhea


If your dog feels really bad, having vomiting and diarrhea, then this is something you want to put a stop to now! Let me give you some home cures to help you through these dreaded health issues.


Vomiting should be addressed right away! And a 24 hour fast is the most important thing you can do to allow your pet's inflamed stomach to heal. Allow access to controlled amounts of water, but no food. After the 24 hour period, offer bland food such as plain cooked white rice; give equivalent amounts of rice as you do dog food. After 48 hours mix their regular food with rice and don't fully go to regular food until after 72 hours.


Peppermint Tea is an old remedy used for upset stomachs in people. Brew up a strong cup of tea, but allow it to cool before offering it to your dog.


The rule of thum for Diarrhea is to firm it up with fiber!! Dietary fiber absorbs water in the intestine, which helps to decrease diarrhea. Ground flax is a great source for dogs (1tsp/cup of dog food).


You can also try to restore the natural bacteria in the intestine, to help the intestinal immune system. The most effective supplement is Lactobacillus acidophilus.


Pepto Bismol is an old standby that can be effective for dogs. Immodium (Loperamide) is the only safe over-the-counter anti-diarrhea drug for cats.


These are just a couple at-home remedies that will work for you. Veterinary Secrets Revealed


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Natural Cures For Dog Vomiting & Diarrhea

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