Help for my dog : diareah due 2 antibioticsI have a 2 month old pup who has been ill for one month now. he had watery diarrohea with green stools as he had bacterial infection , now infection is cured but he is unable to digest food and motion is still watery .. the vet says this is due to destruction of good bacteria and wrong treatment with antibiotics by earlier vet. (maybe effect on liver also ?? )
Now he is still under treatment for loose stools , no apetite for food. His motion has improved sligtly ... earlier it used to have almost half cup of water n dog was on saline . now thers less water but still green motion , very vry low appetite. Please advise homeopathic treatment which will help him heal fast . He is still alive after so much ilness as i was giving him 5 phos 6X 2 tabs four times a day.
Here is his current medication
nutrolin B 1 ml morning
arsenic alb 30 with china 30 in morning (1-1 drop )
5 phos 6 x 2 tabs , 4 times
china 30 one drop eve n night
nat sulph one drop 3 times a day
1 drop chamomila 30 , 5 o clock
carbo veg 30 1-1 drop 3 times a day
podophyllum one drop every 4 hour and few drops in water bowl in the night
Am i giving him right medicine .
I have great trust in homeopathy but there is no doc who woul advise for a dog .. pls help.
Any medicine that hleps build intestinal flora fast ... ? I have read online about Reflora .. but it appears to be for humans
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minx011 on 2011-06-09
Please give him Nux Vomica 30 in the morning and evening for 5 days.
Also give him reflora.
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