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Q: Q: Help - my dog has diarrhoea!

 

Diarrhoea happens when food travels too quickly through the intestine and water and nutrients are not extracted from the stool. However, a dog doesn’t necessarily have to suffer from “the runs” to have a problem. Read our Diarrhoea fact sheet for help and advice.

 

Issues with eating and digestion

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