Vomiting dog bloody stool

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He has been in good health as of lately. His eating habits are table food and dry dog food. 7 days ago i gave him alpo beef, chicken, and lamb canned food along with his hard food that he eats. The next couple of days he was constipated and would strain when he would go outside to the bathroom. Eventually after walking around long enough he would finally have a bowel movement.
The color is very dark brown, almost black (Is this a sign of bloody stool? because it is in humans, as I've been told). Also, we don't have those poisonous plants in the yard. She's still playful, and drinks water, and eats like that of the other pups. Thank you!
A common rat poison can cause bleeding out at any orifice, so you would probably have seen bruising (which is bleeding under the skin), and bloody nose's, bloody stool, and bloody vomiting. Another possibility is anti-freeze (ethylene glycol) toxicity. This kind of poisoning is very insidious, a bit of anti-freeze can drip on the garage floor or driveway and a dog or cat can lick it up and develop kidney failure. Ethylene glycol tastes sweet and is quite edible to cats and dogs.
Some side effects include vomiting, skin rash, lethargy, and bloody stool. You should watch for any kind of negative change in your pet’s health and consult your vet. Most breeds handle Previcox very well and you shouldn’t have any issues but you can talk to your vet about which breeds will handle it better to make sure it’s right for your dog. As for the dosage, your vet will advise you as to how much you should give your pet.
com/wiki/Dog_Cushings_DiseaseIt will explain everything to you. My dog was just diagnosed with Cushings she is 10years old. She is a Siberian Husky and she has a longer life expectancy so I am treating her. She has had all the symptoms you describe. Panting, drinking water like crazy, back legs very weak and lost a lot of muscle, eating like a wild dog,up all night has to pee all the time even in the house which she NEVER EVER did before. She lost her eyesight but that doesn't bother her much.
In a young dog like this when I hear "bloody diarrhea", my first thought is parvovirus. I know that you said he's up to date on his vaccinations but there is always an outside chance that a dog can still contract the disease even if they have been vaccinated. Did your vet test him for parvo? Bloody bowel movements along with vomiting can also signify an intussusception.
My heartfelt suggestion, and again I offer this in a spirit of concern and kindness, is to take some of the money that you saved by not doing the necropsy on Max, and take your other dog in for a good, thorough well-dog checkup, a stool test, heartworm test, and vaccinations for parvo, distemper, hepatitis, and rabies. You don't want to go through this again, and we don't want you to.
My advice is do take your dog to the vet as soon as possible. There is a stool test for Parvo which can tell quite quickly, if it is this virus or not. Parvo does usually present with a fever, lethargy, vomiting, and very watery diarrhea usually with blood . But even though your dog doesn't seem too bad otherwise, there is no harm in being certain. If it IS just a very badly upset belly, well, you will have erred on the safe side.
I kick myself that I didn't leave the bedroom door open that night. When Jeff picked her up to move her, we found a small spot of very bloody stool, about the size of a nickel. That is the only evidence we have of whatever happened to her. She was such a beautiful, fun loving mutt. She was perfect for our family and the eleven years we had with her are cherished. It's been so hard to give her things away. I cry anew each time someone expresses their condolences.
Normally, however, a bowel movement in a dog with an intussusception would not be normally formed, it would be loose and jelly-like and possibly even bloody, so while the other symptoms (vomiting, swelling) sound like it, the perfectly formed stool is anomalous in this condition. I wish I could offer more suggestions, but this is just very odd. I feel badly that the hospital is giving you the runaround about the $800.
My canine nutritionist told me Cal Natural was a good food for my dog who has not been diagnosed with IBD, but has occasional diarrhea/vomiting (about every few months) and elevated eosinophils (but no parasites).
I can only tell you that my Mom had c-diff for a long long time. It finally "went away" & came back a year later worse than ever. My dog & my sisters dog was always around Mom & never got c-diff & neither did we. Mom always washed her hands real good & we were careful too. That disease reeks havock on the body & is so awfully painful. I feel for anyone who has it. My best to you.
She throws up until she staggers and falls-I am continuously trying to hydrate her and giving her baby food-At times, she is able to keep it down, other times the vomiting is horrible. She continues to try for us, and we are fighting so hard for her-LIke others, I tuck her in at night (she sleeps on the loveseat with her "bankie" covering her). I am sleeping in the den with her so I can give her support throughout the night. Neither of us are getting much sleep.
I stopped the rimadyl/tramodol, started her on soft dog food, cottage cheese, pectin, amoxiciliian i had yesterday, waiting to see stool today, shes very delicate.. after shot her symptoms: convulsions within one min vomiting, very high fever, red red gums and tongue, legarthic, panting, breathing rapid, and now her bowels w/stinch loose. She does eat when hand feed and drink. So thats what the deal is, cushing or shot anaplaysia reaction...what you thing?
net/forum/source/newsday/TPSS8QRGJM6D4MVVA/p21#c428 [Posted 8-21, added here 8-28] My maltese has had intermittent periods of horrible bloody diarrhea and vomiting for the past 6 weeks. The vet checked her for worms which of course was negative. She put her on 2 different medications (one being an antibiotic) and told me to stop all treats and slowly introduce them back one by one. Gracie had been getting the waggin train brand of chicken jerky tenders-probably up to 4 or more a day.
Vomiting on an empty stomach and certainly bloody stool is a very BAD sign. Your dog is very young and cannot take much of this before death becomes a distinct possibility. Call your regular vet clinic now. They should have an outgoing message directing you to an ER clinic. I'm serious. This really is an emergency and can't wait.
Iridaceae Causes abdominal pain, vomiting (occasionally bloody), diarrhea (occasionally bloody), hypersalivation, depression. Hyacinth (Hyacinthus orientalis) Family: Liliaceae Causes intense vomiting, diarrhea (occasionally bloody), depression and tremors. Iris (Iris spp) Family: Iridaceae Causes vomiting (occasionally bloody), diarrhea (occasionally bloody), abdominal pain, hypersalivation, depression.
The more common strains attack the digestive system. * Vomiting with no change in diet. It usually looks clear and foamy. * Bloody Diarrhea. * Stronger Feces Odor. It’s unmistakable and you will never forget it.
Parvo usually presents with the most terrible, foul, bloody diarrhea. The diarrhea can then progress to watery bloodstained stool with a terrible odour. If your dog was just off her food, and vomited, it doesn't necessarily suggest Parvo (though of course, it's possible) I am so sorry you lost your dog. It's very sad, and sudden.
His simptoms include stomach pain, very loud gassy bowel sounds (sometimes you can hear them accross the room), loss of appetite, terrible gas, lethargy, vomiting (usually bloody stomach bile), some loose stool but not explosive diarea. The treatment he has always recieved is the standard treatment for any gastrointestonal alement,(npo food, iv fluids, antiboitics, antacid). He's better until the next time. He is far from overweight and not diabetic.
Most dogs stop eating and have particularly foul smelling and bloody, liquid stool. In its early stages, dogs with parvo often have a high fever, loss of appetite, and depression. The other symptoms, such as diarrhea and vomiting, occur as a result of the severe distress on the gastrointestinal system. Shock, dehydration, and death are the next stage.
Thank you for the input on the bowel issues. My poor little dog is still sick. After another trip to the vet, he took her off Doxyciline but kept her on the Metrozindale. She was good for 3 days, although vomiting up some of her food. Then she had lots of bloody diarrhea, vomitted blood. I took her to the emergency vet. After an ultrasound, she had enlarged spleen and lymph nodes with no fever. The vet is leaning towards IBD or worst case Lymphoma. The needle biospy was inconclusive.
-/ I just found out today that our neighbors just had to put their dog down this last week due to LIVER and kidney failure. They even tested their water and said it was fine. I guess there dog within 1 month of finding out and getting treated daily could not even stand up. I feel so very bad for them. There dog was only about 4-5 years old. This has me very concerned because my 2 year old Dane had loose bm's for two days this week.
I thought Giardia presented itself with bloody diarrhea. I also thought it was a parasite. My dog was given something to settle the stomach and 3 days of liquid parasitic. I don't remember an antibiotic. (Although it's possible). He acted perfectly normal, too. Ate, drank, did everything.......I think somethings wrong here....Could it be Parvo? You need to get another opinion, quickly.......Let us know....
Blood in feces CAN occur for various reasons. My dog was once sick, lethargic and had bloody diarrhea from eating chocolate. She was fine after a day on plain water, then bland food for a couple of days. I was really scared by this symptom, but the vet (who was very good and competent) did not seem to think this was so bad, and said it can occur after any dietary indiscretion sometimes. But that of course doesn't mean you can afford to be easy-going about this.
I never found out what it was, his stool was never bloody, can't recall if there were worms. I will not be having a pet for a very long time. Thank you for the help.
I very much would like to know how your sweet baby is and what was the final diagnosis as y diamond has not eaten much in 2 days , same symptoms as yours, she tried to eat a few bites of food then threw up on my sofa its the bloody looking stool water that has me frightened as well she feels feverish on her belly.
At only seven weeks old, your dog might not live long enough till you can afford a vet, she sounds very sick. Take her now.
I had to put my 7 year old schnoodle on it for bloody stool she was having for a month back in September...her stool is fine now...but I don't like the ingredients very much, prior food was Solid Gold, but I guess she needed the extra fibre not in most Holistic foods..only vegetable fibre..pumpkin, sweet potatoe all gave her loose stools..also, the past month she have been throwing up in the early morning, like white phlegm, sometimes a little yellow...otherwise she acts healthy...
Lots of clear fluid/water in the vomit...never really seen projectile vomiting from a dog (usually see gagging, etc..before hand). -Took to the vet immediately this AM after making sure he held his epilepsy meds down. They diagnosed him with "gastrointeritis" after a fecal exam, giardia test, and regular physical exam, and found nothing wrong.
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