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    Default Re: Blood in pups stool

    Just a quick update: went to the vet and showed her pic of stool. She says the soft stool most likely needs deworming. She says to keep an eye on the blood but she's not too worried as it's just the end. Most likely popped blood vessel while he's pushing.

    I gave Norman deworming med and his stool has hardened up nicely. The blood I get occasionally but not everytime.


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    Default Re: Blood in pups stool

    Quote Originally Posted by slowly View Post
    Just a quick update: went to the vet and showed her pic of stool. She says the soft stool most likely needs deworming. She says to keep an eye on the blood but she's not too worried as it's just the end. Most likely popped blood vessel while he's pushing.

    I gave Norman deworming med and his stool has hardened up nicely. The blood I get occasionally but not everytime.


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