|Today 04:02 AM|
|Today 03:45 AM|
well - goats milk also needs to be heated before consumption or it can carry brucellosis
- so buying it already packaged is probably safer....
|Today 03:37 AM|
Yes, he is on Boiled chicken and rice, but he is not eating rice these days, he is picking up slowly. Let's say he is on boiled egg and boiled chicken for now.
|Today 03:28 AM|
I would cut out any milk from cows....maybe goats milk if you think it is helping him eat - but not cows milk. Goat milk is very close to dog's milk, cows milk will often cause intestinal problems.
Boiled chicken and rice best bet to calm his gut down.
Glad you are seeing improvement.
|Today 03:11 AM|
But the diarrhea he had with cow milk is very different than his poop right now. This is very different.
|Today 12:10 AM|
|sparra||He might not be handling the lactose in the milk. Some dogs cannot digest it.....they don't have the enzyme required (lactase) It is very common for dogs to be lactose intolerant and one of the symptoms is diarrhea which can be green in colour......just a thought if he is consuming a decent amount of milk.|
|Today 12:05 AM|
|Today 12:04 AM|
Few days ago it was s slimy, gelly type greenish or somewhere blueish type, this morning it was mild green, with some pink spots on it.
I will keep an eye on it, right now he poops in a corner of my yard where there is no grass and have soil in it, os it is easy to administer.
Too many stray and wandering dogs in neighborhood and i do not want the to catch the CDV.
I bury it with soil after he pees or poops.
|Yesterday 11:40 PM|
|sparra||Is the milk just regular cows milk? If it is that could give him green poop.|
|Yesterday 11:34 PM|
Known causes of green feces in dogs are intestinal disorders and parasite infections. The stool appears slimy and green in color. Watch for symptoms of constipation, straining to defecate or diarrhea, as it helps the vet establish a correct diagnosis. In certain cases, parasites go undetected in the first fecal exam, and the vet may recommend a second stool examination. Green feces in dogs could also be attributed to ingestion of grass or allergies caused by certain ingredients in food.
Other cause can be medication. This is all I could find.
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