Even though dogs can eat foods that would make most humans disastrously ill, they tend to develop digestive problems from time to time. Vomiting, diarrhea, and loose stools are common for dogs. In fact, even something as simple as a slight change to their dog food can invoke gastrointestinal distress. Unless you suspect that your dog’s upset stomach is a symptom of poisoning or a severe illness, it is not necessary to take your dog to see a veterinarian when symptoms first arise. Instead, there are a number of remedies that you can try at home when your dog has an upset stomach, which will be discussed here. Fasting The first course of action a pet owner should take when his or her dog has an upset stomach is to enforce a period of fasting. Do not feed your dog for 8 – 12 hours (6 hours for a puppy), including...Continue reading »
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