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I personally am not a big fan of garlic. It can be toxic in higher dosages. I do know that there are medicinal properties as stated in this article here:
You have to weigh whether the potential toxic response is worth the benefits. Read about toxicity here:
In a dog having gastro intestinal issues already, I'd be inclined to skip the garlic. Hopefully you have received antibiotics to help take care of the campylobacter. I'd get that cleared up first and see how he does.
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