Treatment will depend on the underlying cause. Your veterinarian will probably de-worm your dog just in case parasites are responsible for the disease. If your dog’s illness is due to dietary intolerance or allergies, your veterinarian will prescribe a low-fat, high digestible diet for three to four weeks and follow-up to see if its diarrhea has cleared up. If your dog is dehydrated, your veterinarian will give it fluid therapy. Surgery might be necessary if your dog has an intestinal tumor or blockage.
If your dog does not respond to the treatment bring it back to the vet to be re-evaluated. Many of the parasitic and bacterial infections that cause diarrhea in dogs can also affect humans, so be very careful when handling a dog suffering from diarrhea.
An in-depth examination of the properties of urine; used to determine the presence or absence of illness
A type of slime that is made up of certain salts, cells, or leukocytes
The exiting of excrement from the body; bowel movements.
The fluid created by the liver that helps food in the stomach to be digested.
The impairment of nutrient intake into the intestines