Herbal Remedies for Pets: Diarrhea
<p>Milk intolerance, allergies, chronic pancreatitis, roundworms, colitis, infections or poisoning may all cause diarrhea. At the first sign of diarrhea, withhold food for 24 hours, then feed your pet a bland meal of rice and unseasoned hamburger or chicken. If diarrhea continues for longer than two days, consult your veterinarian. Painful or bloody diarrhea requires immediate attention.</p>
<p>A preparation made from <a href=”http://www.motherearthliving.com/pet-health/slippery-elm-stomach-soother.aspx”>slippery elm</a> (<em>Ulmus rubra</em>) powder can soothe an irritated intestinal tract. The U.S. Food and Drug Administration has approved it for this use for humans.</p>
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