How do you know what to look for?
Did you know: dog poo is like a crystal ball?
Frequency. Colour. Texture. It can tell you a lot about your dog’s health. But how do you know what to look for? Let’s get down and dirty.
Suggests that your dog could be dehyrated.
Usually caused by indigestible sweeteners and flavourings in low-quality food, so the poo smells tasty (to them!)
More than 1-2 days on the trot could be worms.
Suggests a problem with the stomach or small intestine.
Suggests a problem with the large intestine.
Could be a large intestine issue, or they might have eaten a dead thing.
Could be digestive trouble caused by low-quality food.
Problematic poos are often a sign of something more serious. Those health issues won’t get better without a helping hand.
(be sure to share the juicy details)
(meat-first and all natural is a good place to start)
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