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Girl with poorly tummy 1 year 10 months ago #43120

Hi All,

I'm after some ideas of what to do for my 2 year old female deerhound Molly.

She has had a runny botty for a week or so now but with no other worrying symptoms.

She is as full a beans as ever, frankly a bit bonkers, I haven't changed her food, she's drinking and really, really wants to stuff her face but I am currently feeding her boiled chicken and rice and scrambled egg which isn't really filling her up as it comes out best described as (sorry if you're having this for tea!) Korma sauce in both colour and texture. No blood.

She was recently wormed so it's not that.

Our other 4 year old girl also had a dodgy tum but that seems to have cleared up now.

She has lost a bit of weight so now starting to get concerned about that but otherwise she is fine.

Was trying to avoid medical remedies as I don't want to stop her passing anything bad through her system by artificially bunging her up.

If anyone has any ideas I would be most grateful, failing that I think it may be a trip to the vets!
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Girl with poorly tummy 1 year 10 months ago #43121

Try to give her Immodium. Read the instructions, and follow the guidelines for children.
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Girl with poorly tummy 1 year 10 months ago #43124

I agree with Immodium, I have used it before with success
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