Welcome! My name is Dr. Andy. I am a 2003 graduate, and currently a Medical Director of a veterinary hospital.
I am sorry to hear about this concern for Bella.
No way. Absolutely, you get into your vet tomorrow or find a new vet.
When the stool also has a oily, mucoid/jelly, or blood in it that suggests colitis. Colitis is inflammation of the large intestine. Colitis in Dogs
Common medications prescribed by veterinarians for colitis include:Flagyl
Definitely, especially some flagyl (metronidazole) could really help the intestinal tract.
A probiotic would probably be nice as well.
Very sorry that Bella is restless now.
That green stuff is when the intestinal tract is really out of whack and moving intestinal fluids at an irregular rate through the gut.
If she won't eat the special food:
Here is a bland diet recommendation:
Boiled boneless, skinless chicken breast OR low-fat cottage cheese
Cooked white rice
*Never add on salt, pepper, oils, butter to any of the above
*Ideally, give 1/3 chicken or cottage cheese, and 2/3 white rice
Also, with the symptoms persisting, you may now need to seriously consider getting some abdominal x-rays taken to ensure there is nothing foreign stuck inside.
I hope that information has been helpful.
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