Herbs for gastrointestinal (dog)?

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Herbs for gastrointestinal (dog)?

Hello, my dog ​​is 10 years old and has had diarrhea and vomiting since yesterday. Tonight she's having rice with boiled carrots and I wanted to add a teaspoon of sage and two to three peppermint and basil leaves. Is that good or will it make everything worse? Thank you

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Yes, you can do it. He must have eaten something spoiled. Sage is great for this. Feel free to mix in 1g of thyme too. Sage is recommended by this manufacturer at 2 g. Offer your dog lots of water.

If it doesn't get any better after 2 more days, I would rather go to the vet. But I think it will be okay, these herbs have a strong effect. Unfortunately, most people don't know this anymore these days. :(

https://www.krauterie.de/thymian-hunde.html



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Thanks for a really hihelpful answer ☺️



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Zero problemo ;)



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Sure, just what you want to hear. You don't want to hear that you should go to the vet, which would cost, or what?



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Don't think that just because you go to the vet the animal will get better again. I had completely different experiences there. After all, the facility and the staff have to be paid...

What robs the doctor of his bread? a) Health b) death. That's why the doctor, so that he lives, keeps us in limbo between the two. Eugene Roth (1895-1976), German author

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A good vet cares about the animals and wants to help. Otherwise I'll change the vet. But he can examine the animal professionally and, if necessary, give something if the animal is not healthy. This helps the animals.



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Well I was at least 5 differenten doctors. Basically, doctors only treat the symptoms, but not the cause.

It's just bad for repeat business. :)



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She's feeling much better and I think I know my dog ​​better than you, right?!



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Very good, I'm glad. I think tomorrow the kk will be back to normal. ;)



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Did I say I know you or your dog? No.

But if my dog ​​has diarrhea and vomits for several days, I go to the vet. If it's just diarrhea I give Moro soup and nothing else, if it doesn't improve, take him to the vet. But if there's additional vomiting, I don't wait that long.

And I certainly wouldn't give any herbs if I have no idea. Moro soup, yes, but not just anything.

Why? Because my dog ​​is important to me. And because I have good vets who fight the cause, not dhe symptoms. I don't let her have vomiting and diarrhea for several days without showing it.



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And I certainly wouldn't give any herbs if I had no idea.

You can get information there, it's not that difficult with google & Co. ;)



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2g per what? 1g per what?

2g is significantly more for a Chihuahua than for a Bernese Mountain Dog. This information is therefore really very useless, sorry.

Especially since you don't wait when you have diarrhea and vomiting for 4-5 days! You say wait again since the dog may already be dehydrated. This is a pretty dangerous tip.



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Is stated in the link under application. :)

Thanks for the tip...



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I had diarrhea for almost 10 years after food poisoning and antibiotics. Everything tends to get overly dramatic heretized. :)

PS: I'm still alive. :D



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You are not a dog. Dogs become dehydrated quickly when they have diarrhea. Plus he vomits too! You can't explain to the dog that he needs to drink more now. And you don't know how he feels either. You know that yourself.

It's quite possible that the dog really has something. Two days can be fatal.



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Yes, I would try the herbs first today.

Symptoms of poisoning usually cause symptoms with increased salivation and seizures, etc.

Let nature take effect first. It'll be fine...



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I would have gone to the vet on the second day because it obviously wasn't getting any better.



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If you have diarrhea: do not give anything to eat for 24 hours. Then build up for 1 day with 1/2 portion of her food with boiled rices stretch. Then the usual portion again with rice. Then cut out the rice.



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I wouldn't give herbs - rather healing clay



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Please don't use peppermint, it's too aggressive and what do you expect from basil/sage?

Cook Morosh carrot soup but without the rice, it only dehydrates you and that's not good if you have diarrhea... what you can add is chicken meat then the carrot soup will be better accepted, don't forget the salt because of the diarrhea there may be a defect. Actually it would have been better if you had taken the dog to a vet today, now it's the weekend and if the doctor has to be called in it will be expensive.

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