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Old 07-06-2018, 11:27 AM
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Please help, my puppy has explosive diahrea

Hello,

I have a 12week old husky/wolf hybrid pup, whom I've had since she was 8 weeks old. The other weekend she ended up having worms, so just as anyone else would I got a dewormer and they have died and detoxed out of her. Since then she has had normal inbetween poops, not solid and not runny but soft. She got her spunk back and back to herself. Well this morning when I woke up I noticed she had an accident which was quite runny and no signs of worms. I cleaned it up and didn't think much of it.

I'm quite blessed with my situation, I live about a 5 minutes from my work and am able to come check on her and take her out on my morning and afternoon breaks along with my hour lunch. It's unfortunate but I work full time and live alone, I'm at work from 7-4 Monday through Friday but as stated I do come check on her throughout the day. I went home on my morning break and she seemed fine, but the second I took my eyes away from her to get a drink she wandered over to the dining room and had an extremely explosive and pure watery poop with signs of a little blood in it but not much. I don't know what is going on, and I am so worried. she doesn't seem to have her spunk this morning.

She has had 2 sets of her vaccinations and will be getting the third in a week or two. She isn't throwing up from my knowledge, and have been leaving a lot of water down. She's been on her same puppy food for about a week now, so I know a change in diet could cause diarrhea but shouldn't she be getting accustomed to it by now? Could it be separation anxiety and stress? I've been quite busy for the past couple days.

Please someone, what is going on here? I can't afford a vet bill right now if I don't have to and it can be prevented. Any advice would seriously be greatly appreciated.

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Old 07-06-2018, 03:08 PM
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There are too many possibilities, you really need to take her to a vet. Don't change her food or give her meds or anything until you see a vet. Maybe the vet can work with you on the bill.

The only thing I would suggest is giving her 3 tablespoons of solid pack pumpkin and 1 Tablespoon PLAIN yogurt per day right before her morning meal to help curb the runs until you can get to a vet and that should be ASAP.
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You should go the the vet, puppies can decline rapidly post diarrhea.

This is not an avoidable cost.
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I hope you took her to the vet by now. Wolfdogs can have reactions to vaccines that can last weeks. (I have four wolfdogs). The trick is DO NOT change the food, feed pumpkin and yogurt and, see a vet ASAP.

If the vet gave the 7 way vaccine, that is very common and, an unaware vet would give it to a wolfdog. They do better with the 5 way most of the time.

Every one of mine has reacted badly to bordatella vaccine, and needed benadryl for a week to 10 days after. Talk with your vet, or, if need be , find a vet that knows wolfdogs.

Mine didn't when I got my first one but, I did my research, brought the information to my vet and, we learned together what works and what doesn't, what common reactions are, and how to prevent or treat them.
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