Assess the situation. Consider what may have caused the diarrhea. For instance, is your dog on medication or did she share in your pizza?
Feed your dog small portions of a home cooked bland diet about 3 to 4 times a day. Low fat meats such as boiled chicken or turkey served with cooked white rice normally work best. Oatmeal or cottage cheese may be substituted for rice and 1 to 3 teaspoons of yogurt can be added to aid in digestion.
Feed the bland diet for a few days after the diarrhea clears up and gradually increase the amount.
Wean your dog back to his regular food over the course of a week by working in small amounts of his regular dog food, or if diarrhea is a fairly common occurrence, try switching to a highly digestible or sensitive stomach formula dog food.
Make sure your dog is getting enough water, to avoid dehydration. If she becomes dehydrated, seek veterinary attention.
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