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Old 07-04-2016, 10:31 PM   #1
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Hello share our experience to find the solution about this problem

Stomach Upset! Why are dog experience this kind of pain!
Base on you're experienced what are the best way to treat our dog that have stomach upset?
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Old 07-05-2016, 03:37 AM   #2
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Stomach Upset! Why are dog experience this kind of pain!
Base on you're experienced what are the best way to treat our dog that have stomach upset?
What is she doing to make you think she is having upset stomach problems? Is she throwing up or has her stools changed? We need more information.
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Old 07-08-2016, 06:05 PM   #3
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What is she doing to make you think she is having upset stomach problems? Is she throwing up or has her stools changed? We need more information.
She threw up yellowish stuff and her stool is very soft near to liquid. She's scheduled to visit the vet this afternoon. Hope everything will be fine. I'd like to know what everyone does while waiting to visit the vet if they have the same experience as me. Thank you.
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She threw up yellowish stuff and her stool is very soft near to liquid. She's scheduled to visit the vet this afternoon. Hope everything will be fine. I'd like to know what everyone does while waiting to visit the vet if they have the same experience as me. Thank you.
I give 100% pue pumpkin for constipation AND for loose stools.......works every time. I give about a tablespoon with breakfast and dinner. Clears up with no more than four servings. If both ends are going (loose stools and vomiting) then it's time to see a vet because they can become dehydrated or suffer from low blood sugar.

Please let us know what the vet says and how Bellel is doing.
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Old 08-18-2016, 02:31 PM   #5
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She threw up yellowish stuff and her stool is very soft near to liquid. She's scheduled to visit the vet this afternoon. Hope everything will be fine. I'd like to know what everyone does while waiting to visit the vet if they have the same experience as me. Thank you.
Hi... What did your vet find when you went to see them...one thing that came to mind was pancreatitis...Pain, white/yellow form and stool not firm....did the stool look like it also had mucus in it?

Also sometimes will throw up white or yellow form is their tummy's are empty. This is caused by the acid in their tummy's....
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Old 08-21-2016, 02:02 PM   #6
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Might not like the food your given her so she might not be eating. Sometimes when mine get to many treats that their food gets boring they won't eat because their on hunger strike. So I stop given them a lot of treats only a nibble so that they would eat their food.
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