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1- Did your vet do any testing like xrays or blood work?
2- Is there mucus (jelly like) in the stool?
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Friend, when there is blood and mucus in the stool it is a sign of inflammation in the colon, she has colitis. The vomiting is a consequence of the inflammation. This can be caused by many different medical conditions. It will be difficult for me to determine the exact underlying cause without a hands on examination and some testing. But, common causes are: Dietary indiscretion, ingestion of a foreign body, infections, or even part of a systemic disease to name a few causes. This is what you can do:
1- Request from your family veterinarian a medication called Metronidazole, this is an antibiotic and will help with the loose stool and inflammation in the intestines.2- No food or water for 6-8 hours, need to give her gastrointestinal tract time to rest. Then, offer small amount of water followed by a diet of rice (75%) and boiled boneless chicken or ground beef (25%) until the stool is back to normal then wean her back into her regular diet. Keep her indoors in a cool room and no exercise when fasting.3- Supplement with a probiotic (fortiflora), these are friendly bacteria that help with regularity. You can buy this over the counter in any pet store.4- If after doing the above you do not see improvement within 24 hours I would have her re-checked by your family veterinarian for xrays and blood work as initial screening test.
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The metronidazole, fasting, probiotics and rice with meat diet will treat the inflammation which should make her stool better.
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It is common when dogs are having gastrointestinal issues to eat grass. Do not let her eat grass, she may vomit.