Driven by diet or illnesses, dog can react by vomiting or diarrhea. What is happening to your dog? Let's help each other!
7 posts • Page 1 of 1
Are you familiar with bloat? Have you called your vet? Seeing blood in the stool is never good altho it could have scratched on the way out.
You have to be concerned about where the rest of the bone is. Since you are seeing fragments, others could have punctured the intestine, stomach or esophagus & could cause internal bleeding. Good luck
Last edited by suebgone on Sun Apr 23, 2006 4:24 am, edited 1 time in total.
Last night, we gave our dog a fully cooked and cleaned hambone...left over from Easter, meat cut off for sandwiches and cooked down in bean soup...she consumed it in the yard and we did not watch her...all evidence of the bone is gone and we're very worried that she ate the whole thing. She has diarrhea today...how is your dog doing? (We hope WELL!) Please reply asap as we found no other sites with up tp date information.
I was wondering how your dogs are doing. Mine at a cooked pork bone last Tuesday, looked like she was in pain when pooping, and had some bone chunks and blood in her stool the day after. She had diarrhea, but seemed till progressively get a little better each day so I haven't taken her to the vet. Yesterday, we played perhaps too hard (the hardest I've seen her run and it was really hot), and she woke me up in the middle of the night to go out for more serious diahrerhea. I didn't see any signs of blood, but was concerned if this is still related to the bone, and whether or not it is time to get her in the vet. If anyone has any other experiences like this please let us know how things turned out. The fear of knowing I might have killed my border collie with a bone is scary to me.
Haven't checked out this site in a while. Sorry it took so long to reply. Thanks to everyone that replied to me. My dog that ate the hambone after Easter was fine after a day or so. He (also a border collie) passed about 2 stools with blood and bone chips in it and the next day had regular stool movements and was back to his playful self. Hope your dog is doing well now!
7 posts • Page 1 of 1
Who is online
Users browsing this forum: No registered users and 1 guest