Dog Diarrhea-How to Stop It in Weeks Naturally and for Life

Dog diarrheaIf there is one thing that will take the fun out of pet ownership, it is dog diarrhea. This is especially true when it becomes a chronic or recurring problem. In all reality, it is a type of bowel trouble that most dog owners want to alleviate right away for obvious reasons. However, when nothing seems to work, frustrations can understandably mount.

These days, pet related treatments never come cheap and it doesn’t take very long for dog owners to stretch their budget. Still, as inconvenient as it is, extended bouts of the condition requires special attention. Left unchecked, diarrhea can lead to even graver health issues through a massive loss of nutrients and dehydration.

Dog Diarrhea and Vomiting

Diarrhea and vomiting is the body’s way of saying it is incompatible with the food source that it is trying to digest. Before this unwelcome food source even has a chance to thoroughly process, the body wants to get rid of it. The common course of action most pet owners take for dog diarrhea treatment is to switch dog food brands with the assumption that there is something wrong with the formula they’ve been feeding.

For the most part, they are correct; however, it is not switching between brands of canned or kibble pet food that solves the problem. This is because commercial dog foods, no matter what the brand, are comprised of rendered down waste products that consist of everything from e-numbers and preservatives to spoiled grains to dead, diseased, disabled and dying animals, known as the 4d’s.

The Causes of Dog Diarrhea?

Other ingredients can include additives, preservatives, waste beet pulp, rancid and heavily preserved fats and an array of industrial strength chemicals. With the canine physiology actually being designed to process nutrients from raw food, it is no wonder so many pets on commercial diets have a dog with diarrhea. The lack of proper nutrients leads to a complete breakdown of their system and often lands them in the vet’s office. No matter how wholesome a commercial pet food diet claims to be, if it comes from a can or bag, a dog stands little chance of actually getting its system back in balance.

A stated by Dr. Wendell O. Belfield, DVM, “The most frequently asked question in my practice is, ‘Which commercial pet food do you recommend?’ My standard answer is ‘None.’ Their pets may have diarrhea, increased flatulence, a dull hair coat, intermittent vomiting or prolonged scratching. These are common symptoms associated with commercial pet foods.”

How to Stop Dog Diarrhea?

As unpleasant as diarrhea can be, Mother Nature had to give all living creatures a defense mechanism that ensured they would only eat the diet that ensured their survival- the canine species included. This means treating dog diarrhea effectively will require providing a natural diet most closely allingned to your dogs biology.

Treating dog diarrhea can be as simple as feeding fresh foods in their raw state such as raw meats, meaty bones, raw egg and a little vegetable matter. It is the one diet that a canine’s system welcomes and accepts as proper nutrition.

Watch the short video below and discover what dogs need to thrive not simply survive.

The Best Home Remedies for Dog Diarrhea Begins With Diet

Raw food for treating a dog with diarrhea works quickly to bring the dogs system back into balance by powering up the compromised immune system for more effective protection from the slow build up of hidden chronic disease. The raw food contains live enzymes, phytochemicals, antioxidants, flavinoids, vitamins, minerals and full range of over 35 proteins that all have nutritive and healing effects to get rid of diarrhea in dogs within a matter of days and weeks. Along with diarrhea, foul smelling gas and bad breath become a thing of the past.

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About Dan

Dan is an experienced dog nutrition and home remedy specialist, helping dog owners discover the effective, natural, simple, low cost and swift solutions to having a healthy, happy, obedient and low maintenance dog for life.

Comments

  1. Great advices! Thanks for sharing this information! I wonder how it would work for my Siberian Husky.

  2. Hi and welcome to the site. In a word “fantastic”. Read the feedback on the testimonial page about how this diet helped 5 Huskies to greatly improved health and much lower health care costs.

  3. We had a chronic exploding diarrhea issue every month with both our doxie’s (blood brothers). We tried everything to get rid of it but always had a hunch it was the it was the frontline. The vet assured us it wasn’t and couldn’t be. Once it got colder we decided to cut it out an see what happened. Magically since we have we stopped frontline they never had diarrhea again. It seemed they were fine on the frontline for almosta year before problems started to occur. I posted this in case anyone else has a similar problem.

  4. Hi and thanks for writing in with your story.
    Frontline and other powerful chemical based solutions are not the answer as the side effects can be as you described and futher promote possible cancers down the line-disgusting stuff that should be banned when there are safe natural alternatives such as Neem oil.

  5. my dog gets gas and diarrhea once every week or so he is only six months old and I worry about him. He is now eating royal canin’s gastrointestinal but he gets diarrhea with that too. do you think that a raw diet would eliminate this? I am desperate as my vet wants to give him prednisone or get a biopsy.

  6. Ok this is an easy fix and thank god you came here and commented.
    The diarrhea and gas are directly related to the diet you feed him. The Royal Canin gastrocrap is just that, do not let marketing fool you or your vet’s nutritional ignorance kill your dog…eventually!

    YOU are in control and YOU are the expert of your dogs nutritional health. Get my book and you will be one very soon. Read it cover to cover on the computer/ipad/laptop, follow the advice and tell your vet he can keep his Prednisone to peddle to some other poor hapless dog owner.

    Good luck, get started and all will be well for your dog…and you…and your wallet!

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