With the temperature dropping for several days, cats and dogs are getting more “sick” in veterinary hospitals, with diarrhea accounting for most of the “sick” dogs. The company’s main goal is to provide a better solution to the problem.

The “three main culprits” of diarrhea in dogs

The vet at the veterinary station said there are three “culprits” that cause diarrhea in dogs in winter:

First, the temperature plunges, dogs frequently go in and out of the house, or small clothes are put on and off, or do not pay attention to blow dry after bathing, very easy to catch a cold.

Second, the dog is allowed to overeat, and everything that people eat is given to the dog, resulting in food allergies, and then the dog accidentally eats discarded items.

Third, it is a time of high transmission of the micro virus, and when dogs go to places where pets gather, they can easily catch the virus, which can also cause diarrhea.

Reminder: For the first culprit, the main thing is not to let your dog catch a cold. The first of these is to make sure that your dog is not exposed to the heat of the house, or that you don’t undress your dog when you get home; in addition, don’t feed your dog human food.

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