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Dog Diarrhea Remedies To Try At Home

Dealing with a case of dog diarrhea?

I used to work at a vet. While I was there, I learned a few home remedies for common pet ailments.

The most popular home remedy we gave to our clients was for doggie diarrhea.

Thankfully, it can often be treated at home yourself.

dog diarrhea makes most dogs take it easy

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I Finally Found The Perfect Dog Diarrhea Treatment!

I’ve had dogs all my life, and I’ve tried a number of different dog diarrhea home remedies through the years.

With my previous dogs, they would pretty much eat whatever I gave them to try — from a bland baked potato, to cooked rice, to scrambled eggs.

Not this dog!

we're dealing with dog diarrhea again

Tenor had a bout with diarrhea yesterday, and I spent all morning trying to find the perfect combination of human foods that he would eat.

These foods have been proven to help with dog diarrhea:

  • Cooked white rice – no go. My dog wouldn’t touch it.
  • Scrambled egg – nope. Not having that either.
  • Canned pumpkin – ah hah! He was interested at first, but then no way.

By noon, I was struggling to find a food that would help to bind him up and put an end to the diarrhea that he would actually eat.

Then, I found it!…

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Dog Thanksgiving Tips: Can Dogs Eat Turkey?

We all look forward to spending Thanksgiving dinner with our families — which often includes our dogs.


After all, they are part of the family and love to be the center of attention.

However, feeding your dog table scraps can be dangerous — even fatal — to your dog.

Here’s how to keep your dog safe this Thanksgiving…

Can Dogs Have Turkey?

dog-eyeing-thanksgiving-ham-by-gerald5.jpgIn case you’re wondering, yes you can give your dog some turkey and even a little gravy.

When placing the meat in your dog’s bowl, be sure to remove all pieces of bone.

Just like chicken bones, turkey bones splinter and can cause blockage or perforation of the intestine.

A veterinarian weighs in: Can Dogs Eat Turkey Bones?

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