Most dog owners have dealt with doggie diarrhea at some point or another. Perhaps during a food/diet transition, perhaps due to stress, or perhaps due to the warm summer weather. Try these remedies the next time your four-legged friend comes down with the runs to bring him some fast relief:
- Arsenicum album: diarrhea related to weather or diet changes; dogs are often chilly and may be nauseated.
- Kali bichromicum: summer diarrhea, foamy stools or may be yellow, worse in the morning. The dog may vomit mucus.
- Natrum muriaticum: Phosphoric acid: profuse, painless diarrhea with or without debility, worse from hot weather or grief.
- Pulsatilla: painless, changeable diarrhea, worse from warmth and rich food.
- Staphysagria: summer diarrhea, worse after surgical procedures.
- Sulphur: Foul-smelling diarrhea, often in the morning.