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Why do dogs get a dry stool?

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Answered 2007-09-09 12:40:48

Some causes are not drinking enough water, or eating unsuitable foods. If the dog is constipated, the vet should give you advice.

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When my dogs stools are dry and powdery, it's usually after I have fed them bones every morning. They are a little yellow.


why would there be blood in my dogs stool?


No, blood in a dogs stool can mean any number of things from mild to serious. Take your dog to the vet along with a stool sample if possible.


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I am not sure how you mean "dry". If you can provide more details, I could give you a better answer. If the stool is very dry, she may be constipated and /or dehydrated. In that case, it is possible the blood is from irritation. It also can be from worms, altho they tend to have diarrhea with worms. No matter what, the dog or at least its fresh stool, needs to be seen by the vet asap. There are also other conditions that can cause bloody stool.


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