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dog - diarrhea

Hello. I'm hoping someone can help my dog.

I have a 5 year old dog. He is basically very sweet, but doesn't care anything else but me. He follows me everywhere, I mean EVERYWHERE. He doesn't even care about my husband. If I'm not there with him, he gets nervous. He's been this way ever since we got him as a puppy.

About 2 months ago we got a new puppy. Well, the 5 year old hasn't been doing so good. He's been very stressed and having diarrhea. His appetite and energy level are great, but his stools have been quite soft.

Last week he had watery and gushing diarreha, so I gave him Podophyllum 30C, now it's stopped, but his stools are still soft, witeish yellow and he has bad breath. His stomach has been making noises slightly. No blood in his stool, no vomit, no thirst. Some holistic vet recommended me to give him Lycopodium 30C a day.

If anybody could help me, I'd really appreciate. Thank you.
  Georgex2 on 2007-10-25
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>witeish yellow

Sorry, that meant 'whiteish yellow'
Georgex2 last decade
Please read:

kuldeep last decade
Read about IGNATIA (his diarrhea results fom emotions imo).
One dry dose of 30c should be ok.
Astra2012 last decade

Thank you for the info!


Yes, I do agree with you. I think he's been so stressed because of the puppy. The puppy takes a lot of my time - feeding, training, etc. and the 5 year old dog has been so jealous. I'll read Ignatia. Thank you for your prompt reply.
Georgex2 last decade

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