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My 1.5 month old gsd has dark green(almost black) stools,please help?

my 1.5 month old gsd has dark green(almost black) stools... i was advised to give sporlac powder in his food... i am giving one pouch daily... is it okay for her...??? any suggestions???
By surpreet · 21 Jul 2011 3:24 pm

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By pennypup · 21 Jul 2011 10:38 pm
What is she being fed? Are her stools watery or firm?
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By surpreet · 22 Jul 2011 11:30 am
thnks for reply.....m giving her milk about half glass mixed with water, with 1 spoon of samolac in it 4 times in a day.... and her stools are bit watery...
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By Rajesh Raghupathy · 22 Jul 2011 1:48 pm
does the watery stool have a foul smell? Please try to feed her some semi solid food. You can give her royal canine / hill starter pack. grind the kibbles initially or soak it in warm water and feed it. Only milk is not going to suffice a growing puppy.
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By surpreet · 22 Jul 2011 8:22 pm
yea it has some smell in it... and i only prefer some home made food.... m giving her khichdi.. with half chapati in it... and one thing i also wanna know... that which home made vegetables or masalas are there that r not gud for her.....???
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By surpreet · 22 Jul 2011 8:51 pm
yea it has some smell in it... and i only prefer some home made food.... m giving her khichdi.. with half chapati in it... and one thing i also wanna know... that which home made vegetables or masalas are there that r not gud for her.....???
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By pennypup · 22 Jul 2011 9:29 pm
She no longer needs milk, so you can stop giving it to her.
For home cooked foods, you do not want to add many spices. Don't add onion at all as it gives indigestion.
You always want to feed 1/3 meat to 2/3 veggies, fruit and grain. (grain least)
Cooked ground chicken or beef is best. Dogs also love potatoe and carrot. Some fruits my dog likes are banana, blueberries and cranberries.

The things you always want to avoid giving dogs are grapes, rasins, onion and chocolate. They are very bad for dogs.
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By surpreet · 22 Jul 2011 9:37 pm
k.. thnkss mate.. realy appriciated
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