My dog is sick

United States
November 15, 2009 3:03am CST
My dog haas both diareah and keeps throwing up I live in an apartment building so I can't just keep him tied outside... I don't know what he got into but it's just not stoping right now I just have him in his cage he sleeps in and keep taking him out every like 20 min. and still doing disgusting clean ups but atleast he seems to be doing it a little less now...anyone know any home remedies for pets when they are sick?
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@minx267 (14943)
• Hartford, Connecticut
15 Nov 09
You need to bring your dog to a vet. It sounds like he could have Parvo which can be deadly. In the very least from vomiting and Diarrhea the dog is bound to be dehydrated and without fluids will not survive.
15 Nov 09
Never let your dog suffer for a long period of time. You have to bring him in a registered veterenarian doctor. See in your area if you have one.
@niuniu1 (166)
• China
15 Nov 09
i'm sorry to hear that,i'll turn to a veterinate,i don't know home remedies either, wish him good luck!
@ronz_27 (123)
• Philippines
15 Nov 09
I don't know also my friend about pets especially when it comes to dog. But I can suggest with you that you need to bring your dogs to a nearby veterinarian for more information.
@flagella08 (5067)
• Philippines
15 Nov 09
well im sorry for your dog.please try to go over this which i found in one site. Instead of their usual dog food, give your pet small servings of a bland diet 4-5 times throughout the day. Choose from: * cooked white rice (no butter or flavorings) * Only Natural Pet Storecottage cheese (no liquid) * boiled chicken (no grease, no skin, no flavorings) * boiled turkey (no grease, no skin, no flavorings) * scrambled egg (no butter or oil) Continue to feed several small servings of this bland diet for a couple days in gradually increasing amounts until a formed stool is passed. Then, start to wean your pet back to its regular food over the course of a week by gradually working in small amounts of their regular dry dog food. Do not give your pet bones, snacks or table scraps, because they may irritate the intestinal tract during this time.