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So my 5 month old Aussie started having diarrhea for the past two days. I thought it was just a bug or bit of an upset stomach. Now he did have a bit of an issue with this before and I took him to a emergency vet and they did x-rays, but no stool sample as he didn't have any left. They gave him a shot to help his stomach and it worked for about 2 weeks. (Cost me over $700. Which I thought was ridiculous but I know now lol) Now it's the same thing again. So I gave him some pumpkin mixed with his food, it seemed to help but then it just went back to having diarrhea.
I took him off completely of his normal food and did the boiled chicken and rice method. It seems to have helped with the frequent diarrhea, but it's still a little more liquid than soft serve ice cream. I've given him a probiotic pill and it doesn't seem to have done anything. I'm just afraid of him getting dehydrated because he's not drinking that much water. He acts like a normal puppy and isn't lethargic or anything. And he continues to eat food like he's never been feed lol. I can't take him to the vet until Friday because of work, but he did have worms about 2 months ago, and I still have some panacur left over from that. I gave him some because I have a feeling it's giarida for some reason. I don't know why, but I just do.
I'm gonna give him some water with his food tonight and mix it to make sure he's hydrated. But I know there isn't much I can do until I get him checked out. Has anyone else had any issues like this? Thanks 🙂
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