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My puppy 7months lab male is suffering from some kind of disorder,help?

my puppy 7months lab male is suffering from some kind of disorder i dont know what excatly affecting him symptoms 1. excessive stools 2. tired looking 3. body temperature his body is like guy having fever(not very much slighty warm .......what is his problem experts advice me and help his food diet home made food (wheat + ragi + chenna + barley )(Wheat/Bajra/Chana/Makka) very urgent pls help me experts
By vignesh · 05 Jan 2012 6:28 pm


By Anil @ DoggiesDude · 05 Jan 2012 6:31 pm
as layman looks like Irritable Bowel Syndrome (IBS). Heard worms are one of the reason. Just a wild guess. Best to see a vet
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By Ayon Saha · 06 Jan 2012 11:07 am
My vet tells that much depends on the color of the stool, like if its greenish then its bad.
Worms could be a reason, but if u have wormed him recently then stomach infection may be a reason if the stool is very soft.
You can try the following for three days and if u don't find any improvement then see a vet.
1. Lacto Bacil sachet mixed with 5ml Neopeptine after lunch and dinner.
2. Mucaine Gel 5ml after dinner.

Tell us know his status.
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By D.chakrabarty · 06 Jan 2012 1:14 pm
u must frst check the temperature witha thermometer...ask ur vet for that temp above 103 means fever. do a stool test to check for any worms. and you r feeding him only a veg diet. this means he cant digest most of it as dogs are by nature carnivores so may be he is having large amount of stools. i hope it helps
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By Rajesh Raghupathy · 06 Jan 2012 2:03 pm
Wheat, Channa, Barley and Ragi? These are healthy for humans, not for Dogs. When there is too much of these cereals in the food, the stool is supposed to be more and soft. Labs are prone to be lazy when they are only on veg diet. Dog's body temp is usually higher than human body. So u need to check if it is beyond 103 C. Try to add some curd to the diet. If u r non veg, then feed him meat. He is a growing fellow and needs more meat based protein.
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By hansa iyengar · 06 Jan 2012 2:44 pm
the problem could be partly because of diet as dogs' digestive system is not as effective as humans when it comes to digesting grains. It could also be a case of food poisoning (esp if the dog ate anything outside the house or from the rubbish) or worm infestation. Firstly take ur dog to the vet ASAP as excessive diarrohea can be fatal. Follow vet's advice for treatment and if possible, move ur dog to a diet of mainly meat and if ur a vegetarian like me, use high quality dog food as that contains all the nutrients that the dog needs. Also remember to deworm ur dog every 3 months from 7th mth onwards regularly.
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By vignesh · 06 Jan 2012 6:18 pm
thanks alot guys....
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By vignesh · 06 Jan 2012 6:32 pm
@ayon saha : i gave him fiber diet for IBS told by anil....some waste are coming from his eyes looks like gel....
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By Anil @ DoggiesDude · 06 Jan 2012 7:38 pm
kindly show to a vet as multiple issues seems there.
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By SaiShyam · 06 Jan 2012 9:03 pm
from the start if you feel like your dog has issues like this then you should take him to vet first instead of asking me advices here. we cant give suggestions for an ill dog.so take him to vet first and then you will know whats the issue. is he living outside or at home? is he given bath and deworming regularly? is his place kept neat? home made food may contains salts and masalas which may harm the dog's health. change his food and see.hope for the best.
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By vignesh · 06 Jan 2012 9:14 pm
his food is free from salt n masala he is kept clean and his place also clean he is used to stay inside and outside
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By vignesh · 06 Jan 2012 9:14 pm
@anil : sure tomorrow we are going to vet
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By Ayon Saha · 06 Jan 2012 11:36 pm
Will go with Anil, multiple issues seem there....take him to a vet!!

For the night you can give him 5ml Nor-Metrogyl syrup(or anything equivalent to Norfloxacin or oflaxcin including metronidazole) and 1 sachet of Lacto Bacil with 5ml Neopeptine.

Wish him a fast recovery..!!
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By prashanth80 · 10 Jan 2012 6:34 pm
first take xray i think some forign bodies in her stomach.my pup died in this conditions only.ask ur ve to take xray asap.pls dont neglect.i think if he sujjest for surgery make ur pup for surgery asap.dont see ur dogs comes normal when we give medicines.i think ur vet tells give syline water let him.so before that give pydilite water orally.if her stools r any colour dont neglect.take xray and decide with in one day.dont drag.take anil advice.or read in article which i wrote.
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