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I see blood in place where my 5 month old lab poops,please help?

I see blood in place where she (5 month old lab) poops (last evening) and fair traces of blood in her stool (morning). The blood is fresh red in color. Her stool is soft and more in quantity than normal. The stool is greenish in color BECAUSE she starches and licks the walls and I can see those small undigested bits of asian paints all through out her stool. She is having her food normally so far (though I dont believe her in this issue as she is little greedy with food). She is on normal home-made diet. She does not go out of house but she will never stop licking and eating floor or cement and dirt in the house. And, no other symptoms like vomiting or lethargy is there. Please help...!!!
By Ayon Saha · 06 Feb 2012 8:09 am

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By D.chakrabarty · 06 Feb 2012 9:17 am
if its fresh blood it means blood from the large intestine. it can be due to worms, injury in the rectum, eating allergic things like milk or eating in excess. take her to the vet and check for worms. its best if you can get a stool examination done. however theres nothin to panic.
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By Ayon Saha · 08 Feb 2012 12:23 am
Thanks!!
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By Navjot Singh · 08 Feb 2012 3:07 pm
Ayon, my Vet says if a puppy is eating mud, it's possible it is deficient in Calcium and other related minerals. The chances of this is even more given the fact she's on home-cooked diet. That's why its adviced if you're feeding home food, you should supplement the diet with some good supplement so that any deficieny arising out from home-cooked diet could be met by the supplement.
You mentioned you're pup doesn't go out of the house. Any reason why?
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By Ayon Saha · 13 Feb 2012 10:57 pm
Hi Navjot, even my vet says the same and i'm trying my best to supplement her properly with ostopet and vitamin-cum-minerals tabs.
I did not take her out until she was completely done with her vaccinations including rabies. After that I used to take her out but had to face certain problems-
1. Too much of stray dogs.
2. She does not walk with me properly in a proper or straight direction rather I had to pull her always to put her in the right way. She does not walk but runs.

Good thing: She never but anything in her mouth though she sniffed, which is normal.

Currently, a li'l pressure in my schedule is one reason for this. I say sorry to her for this every time for this.
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