My Dog Has Diarreah. Can't Afford Vet. Diarreah For A Couple Days Now. HELP?


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Anonymous answered
Free vet student cannot afford blue cross unemployed vet treatment benefit vet veterinary
Hi everybody, maybe my answer does not directly relate to the topic, but I want to let everybody know that there is a chance to
get free vet care for your cat or dog (any pet)
in all countries there are pet charities that provide vet care for people with low income or on benefits. But only a few people know that even if you are not taking government benefits and cannot afford to pay for a vet you (your pet ) still can be eligible to get a free veterinary treatment. If you are a student, unemployed, have low income and can prove it with any official paper you should try to contact a charity and explain your circumstances. In UK it is a Blue Cross - I just called them and explained that I am a full time student and have no income and they agreed to take my cat into their hospital. Unfortunately it was too late for my poor cat and they had to put him to sleep. I spent too much time looking for the information I am giving you now and trying to cure him myself. If only I knew it a bit earlier =(.
These charities were founded to help sick pets, and even despite official requirements (proof of benefits, some other papers) they are really interested in helping ill animals so there always should be a way to get help from them for free.
Anonymous Profile
Anonymous answered
I would call the vet and see what they say. Try a diet with hamburger and rice to help with the diarrhea. The blood is big red flag!
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debra johnsons answered
You don't really want to give the dog meat like that, but you can give some rice, and if it doesn't get better, then I would call the vet to see what else you can do.
Anonymous Profile
Anonymous answered
How old is your dog? You have to take him to the vet because diarrhea with blood and losing his appetite is a bod sign. Is he lethargic (no energy), does he throw up?
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Anonymous answered
Well that happened to my dog and what I needed to do is buy a needle that it's for dogs and it takes all the bacterias out of your dog and she will stop like in one day if not call a vet.I know this because I'm kinda like a vet because I'm studying to be one.
thanked the writer.
jaiee mohr
jaiee mohr commented
If the stools are bloody he might have parvo. It would be best to take your dog to a vet. There are severval that are willing to work with you on payments. Also check out Every Creature Counts. They will help you for cheap cheap
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Gareth Evans answered
Feed cooked rice with a small amount of dry kibble. Are you feeding a cheap low grade food? You can steam the rice with beef bouillon cubes for more flavor. Also safe to give immodium in rice.

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