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Old 02-03-2019, 11:42 AM
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Inconsistent diarrhea/mucus/blood

Sometimes my dog has diarrhea along with mucus and blood in that stool. It's very inconsistent. He can have this all day for a couple days or only from one bowel movement in a day. He is more likely to have this after eating bones but sometimes it happens without eating bones and sometimes he's fine after eating bones. During his diarrhea days, he tries to eat plants and his tummy rumbles. My understanding is if he's sick like infection, then it would be constant. So can this be dietar? Or are there sickness that cause this inconsistently?
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Are you feeding him cooked or raw bones?
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yeah I would recomend no bones for a while & see if things improve. Also a vet check, bones can cause a LOT of probs internally if they cooked & even raw, I only let my Janet have a large knuckle head occasionally.
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