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Blood and mucus in poo

Species: dog | Category: medical-surgical | Submitted: 2 May 2007 01:12PM | viewed 6569 times
Q Stuart asks:

I have a 12 weeks old Cocker Spaniel His poo has sometimes blood and mucus in it. He is on a diet of chicken, fish and rice as advised by the vet. Is this something to be concerned about. The vet advised a bland diet and that is may be caused due to the change in circumstances.

Q Our vet says: Often pups get digestive upsets around the time they are re-homed and perhaps get a change in diet. The vet is obviously doing the best thing for your pup in advising a bland diet such as you describe. Often the problem eases with time but some dogs have bowel problems which persist into adulthood so keep in touch with your vet who will be able to help you to keep the problem under control.

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