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Anti-Diarrhea Liquid For Dogs

We all enjoy clean rugs and carpets, but cleaning poo off of them? Not so much…That’s why we have created an anti-diarrhea liquid, formulated with Kaolin and Pectin to stop diarrhea in its tracks.

Our Anti-Diarrhea Liquid for dogs reduces gas and diarrhea by absorbing bacteria and toxins from the intestinal tract. It also alleviates the discomfort, irritation, and cramping associated with diarrhea. 

"In my opinion, having this readily available for unexpected accidents is something every pet parent will be grateful for in the future."


Why does my dog always choose THAT carpet!?

Ah, if we only knew the answer to that! One thing is for sure, if they had a previous accident there and it was not cleaned up thoroughly, your dog may detect some remaining smell, making them think it’s an acceptable place to go again! For this reason, it’s very important to use an effective cleaning product meant for pet accidents.

What can cause dog diarrhea? 

The top causes include eating spoiled food or garbage, a change in diet, an underlying illness, disease, or virus, as well as stress, which can be brought on by any change in a dog’s normal routine. 

When should I start worrying about dog diarrhea? 

If it lasts longer than a few days, or is accompanied by other symptoms, such as lack of appetite and lethargy, it’s time to call your vet. If your dog is also vomiting, has a fever, or has blood in their stool, it is a serious situation that needs medical attention ASAP.

What are the dangers of dog diarrhea?

Dehydration is a major concern when dogs have diarrhea. If the condition persists, it may indicate a more serious issue, that if not addressed could lead to a decline in health, and even death.

When will dog diarrhea stop? 

If the cause is something your dog ate, and you have been feeding a bland diet and/or an antidiarrheal, then symptoms typically clear up within a few days. But if a bland diet and antidiarrheal is not working, the cause could potentially be an underlying illness, disease, or virus, and it is very important that you consult your veterinarian promptly.