Dogs – Stomach and Intestinal Disorders

StC Dog Paw

Bernard Tonken, DVM

Gastrointestinal problems, including vomiting and diarrhea, require bland, nutritious recipes that are low in fiber and have easily digested proteins. Always supplement these recipe with the B complex group of vitamins.

Dogs with stomach and bowel disorders are usually reluctant to eat. Make the food appetizing by following these simple rules:

  • Feed the meals at room temperature and not warmed.
  • Feed in small amounts four to six times per day.
  • Restrict the water intake. Use cold water only. A bowl of ice cubes to lick is a good water substitute.
  • For quality protein, use eggs, cottage cheese, and glandular organs.
  • Try to include cooked cereals and vitamin B complex supplements.

 

 

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