My dog ​​is defecating with blood, but he eats well, plays and drinks water normally. What can it be?


Bloody stools, even if it is not diarrhea, should be treated with care, as this behavior can have many causes, ranging from a simple worms to the onset of a virus such as parvovirus.

Dry bloody stools, especially in puppies, are usually linked to Giárdia, very common in newborns and diagnosed through parasitological stool tests and treated with antibiotics.

As soon as these feces are noticed with blood, they must be collected and taken with the animal for clinical examination by a veterinarian and the beginning of treatment as soon as possible for a greater chance of success.

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