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Can i give medicine to my Rottweiler pup having pudding type diarrhea?

Can i give other medicines like, multistar pet, calcimust and bonisan with Griptol for a 50 days old rotweiller pup, who is having a pudding type diarrhea?
By Saravanan · 18 Sep 2012 12:14 am


By Tank Turner · 18 Sep 2012 10:41 am
NO YOU CAN NOT. Rottweiler as a big breed are prone to problems related to joints and bones which can cause dysplasia in the senior year of their life. And for a puppy good food is VERY important. The only reason the puppy can have diarrhea is because the food you are giving is horrible. Dog's have sensative stomach, puppies are even more sensative. Switch to a good dog food, I would like to go with (SOLID GOLD: Hundchen Flocken Puppy) or if you don't have Solid Gold near you then go with Royal Canin Starter it is not as good but okish.
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By Saravanan · 18 Sep 2012 11:44 am
Am giving him royal canin starter, i dont think the food is the reason, Maybe some objects he chewed at the backyard. just wanna know weather i can give other syrups along with gryptol?
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By Navjot Singh · 23 Sep 2012 9:31 pm
Considering the fact the puppy is very small, it's best to seek the Vet's advice before you put your animal on any of these medicines. Don't prescribe medicines to your dog on your own. Let the Vet do his job.
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By Tank Turner · 29 Sep 2012 7:52 pm
There is a difference between Living Long and Living Healthy and Long. Vet's are not nutrition experts, specially the Indian vets are ill educated about dog food and supplements. They will most definitely want to sell supplements to make money. I have never met a vet in India who carries proper information. I have learned a lot about dogs by gathering information acquired online from various sources.
Anyway, I would urge you to do your research from different NON-INDIAN sources (Western source would be nice) before you proceed.
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By Navjot Singh · 29 Sep 2012 9:17 pm
The puppy is down with loose stools. Giving any supplement may aggravate this condition. That's why it's advisable for the owner to seek professional expert. That's why I suggest seeking advice from Veterinary consultant.
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By Saravanan · 29 Sep 2012 11:42 pm
thanks a lot for all your answers, and now he is perfectly allright, vet recomended me not to give other suppliments with gryptol.
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By Asit · 15 Oct 2014 11:25 pm
ur puppy must have eaten lil part of her toys or some unhealthy foods around ur house ,whn pups effected wd diarrhia u should gv her a piece of pumkin,not d pumpkin pie...nd take her to d vet,if its losses her stool badly ,stop feeding her for d day bt gv her fresh water nd call ur vet ASAP....
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By Asit · 15 Oct 2014 11:29 pm
and tank turner is absolutely right ,i never found a well knowledged vet yet in india,they r lack of knoledge, they dnt even know abt wht vaccinosis is,there for they advise yearly repeated vaccination to even an older dog which is highly unhealthy for their own immune system..so do ur research nd becarefull abt indian vets...
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