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Why Does My French Bulldog Have Diarrhea?

6 Replies to “Why Does My French Bulldog Have Diarrhea?”

  1. April 28, 2019 Mac Macaluso

    This is our first Frenchie never has had a hard stool 3 vet visits $700 no worms pancreases enzyme high now going to check for pancreatitis kidney disease she is 14 weeks and healthy acting eats well don’t know what problem could be have bred German shorthairs for 40 years

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    1. May 10, 2019 Will Blunt

      Perhaps your pup has food intolerance? Food allergies are quite common with Frenchies.

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  2. June 2, 2019 Veronica

    My frenchie is 3. She has been dealing with soft stool for a few weeks and now it is like straight water. Vet did fecal and blood tests and said colitis is probable cause. Gave her antibiotics but she still is pooping like water. Been on chicken and rice diet. Help!

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    1. June 6, 2019 Will Blunt

      Hi Veronica,

      Sorry, unfortunately, we can’t provide any medical advice about this particular issue 🙁

      You’ll have to trust your vet’s expertise, and if you’re unsure, look to see another vet.

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  3. June 14, 2019 Karri seeds

    Our 6 month old Frenchie had the runs for over a week about 3 weeks ago.bet gave her probiotics which helped but now it’s backs do worse even with the probiotic. But she chews on sticks and leaves and everything else she can find outside. And she likes to drink out of the pool. Any thoughts? Today was really bad. She’s eating and drinking fine and has plenty of energy.

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    1. June 14, 2019 Will Blunt

      Hey Karri,

      Thanks for your question. Your vet is always going to be the best person to advise about medical issues, however, when it comes to this kind of thing I’ve found that the best way to figure out what is causing the symptoms is to slowly eliminate potential triggers.

      In your case, try to prevent your pup from drinking from the pool – to start with – for example. If that solves the issue, then great… you just need to come up with a plan for preventing that all the time. If it doesn’t solve it, then stop the sticks… etc etc.

      It may take a bit of time but you will eventually find the culprit.

      Another thing to consider is that your Frenchie may have a food allergy or intolerance to the food you are feeding them? Just because they eat the food doesn’t mean they aren’t intolerant. So look into that too.

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