She is on heart worm prevention, not sure brand - my husband takes care of that - and It has been a while since a fecal exam. I know I need to get a fecal exam and full work up and will get her into the vet when I can afford to, which will likely be after the first of the year.In the mean time, any suggestions on what to do and likely culprits. It has been going on for about 2 months now. I thought it could have been stress related as we had to evacuate for hurricane Matthew and we're all in a hotel together - which was also filled with other dogs - which she doesn't love. She's a creature of habit, basically only knows her world - which is our back yard & home. She did really well emotionally while we were there but while in was walking
her to potty I saw her have what started as a normal stool and
Then turned into the explosive diarrhea.So any ideas on what would cause diarrhea without other symptoms (no change in appetite, energy, personality).I swear the dog is the dog version of me, clumsy, steps on people's feet, (running family joke). I also have IBS and we've been wondering if we both have it (more joking than serious).I know there can't be a definitive diagnosis without an exam and labs, but just some ideas would be helpful until we can do that.Oh and I will wait on changing his food, she is the alpha dog and kind of a witch sometimes so we already feed them
Separately but I don't want to stress her out by having her think he's getting something special she isn't getting.We don't give them table food, so it can't be that. The only other thing she eats is a nightly milk bone
on her way into bed. That was an accident too, the big box was left open inside by the back door one day and now she sticks her head in and grabs one on her way into bed. Poor little fella can't reach so I get his for him. It's just too cute that she doesn't take more than one and doesn't take one on her way out in the morning. Just one small treat at bedtime. I've looked at the stool and to
The naked eye
you can't see anything in it obvious. It usually has an almost muddy consistency.