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Blood in Dog Stool: Crisis Mode or Wait and See?

You’re on a regular walk with your dog, and she stops to squat and poop. When you go to pick it up, you see red – literally. Is my dog pooping blood? Did she eat cranberries? What is going on? Your mind starts racing – is she bleeding inside? Is she OK? She seems normal and happy… what should I do?

What Stool Color Means: From Yellow Dog Poop to Black Dog Poop

While at times it may feel like “50 shades of brown”, dog poop color can be extremely insightful and a window into dietary or other nutritional factors, including protein types, fresh produce, and even speed of digestion! Most changes in dog poop color are not immediate cause for concern - what is ‘normal’ varies by dog and even by day...

Mucus: The Unsung Hero of Digestive Immunity

When thinking of the digestive system, we typically think of vomit, urine and poop. However, mucus, the unsung hero of digestive excrements, is the least understood of them all, and plays a pivotal role by:

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Top 5 home remedies for dogs with diarrhea

Treat Dog Diarrhea at home with these 5 remedies.

Causes of Constipation in Dogs

Have you ever worried your dog might be constipated but didn’t really know what to do about it? It’s not the most common issue dogs have, but it definitely happens...

Don't be Deceived Giardia in Dogs

You might not even realize it, but your dog could have giardia! Sorry to break it to you, but even if your dog’s poo is normal, they can still have an intestinal parasite. Giardia in dogs is especially well-known for this - so let’s take a deep dive into giardia!

Causes for Dog Diarrhea

Every dog will have diarrhea at some point in their life. Diarrhea refers to passing very watery or soft stools and is one of the most common clinical signs presented to a veterinarian.