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Constipation is unusual in dogs and when present it occurs secondary to either dehydration or ingestion of something s***** *****ke cat litter. There are some things you can try at home but if she is this severely constipated, then she is going to need help from her veterinarian to determine why this happened (why is she so dehydrated) and to get her rehydrated and prescription medication to facilitate passage of the stool, possibly an enema.
If you feel she is not painful, there is no blood around her hind end and she is eating/drinking normally, then if she was my patient and you didn't want to have her seen on emergency today I might recommend you try:
1) Increase her fiber intake. Try adding metamucil granules to canned food (1/4 tsp twice daily) OR give her 1/2 tsp of canned pumpkin two to three times daily.
2) Increase her water intake to help her hydrate. You can use water, low sodium chicken broth (not stock), or even an electrolyte solution such as Pedialyte for kids (non flavored works best).
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