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Upset stomach in dog

Species: dog | Category: medical-surgical | Submitted: 3 July 2009 03:06PM | viewed 96387 times
Q Sue asks:

My 14 year old Yorkie is having loose motions with blood and hard motions. He is straining when they are hard. He also passes foul smelling wind. Can you advise me please?

Q Our vet says: At 14 years of age any problem such as this should be taken seriously. You should ask your vet to check your dog for you since he must be quite uncomfortable!

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