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post #1 of 7 (permalink) Old 11-16-2012, 07:41 PM Thread Starter
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6 mounth old titon has had 2 in three day's issues in his cage of runny poo,help
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have you taken him to the vet?

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he's ok. may need to reduce amount of dog food? maybe a growth spurt,anxiety being at home alone? had him spayed two weeks ago.
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and how do you KNOW he's OK? has he actually been to a vet?

you could reduce the amount of dog food, but i would absolutely get him checked out first.

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First off spayed is for females and neutered is for males. Second how big of a crate do you have for him? Do you have dividers? Third you may need to change his food, follow the labeling as far as how much food they should get.


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And yes, take him to a vet if it proceeds for more than 3-4 days total.


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Your right it could be alot of things. BUT it's important to see your vet and make sure it's nothing major. I don't know your dogs age and if shots are complete, but parvo appears common this year all over.
If you think it's the food have you changed diet or amount feed? Otherwise I would rule that out. I would suggest more supervised potty breaks. Make sure puppy is pooping when out, and gets a potty break before crating.


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