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Popped cyst on dog

This question is for a 9yr old female beagle. On Saturday her fur was all matted up and she kept running. At first I thought she had an infection and gave her some Diflucan which was for yeast overgrowth in the intestines. It seemed to work but now I'm not sure if that's the problem or not.

She has continued to act as if she has some problem with her stomach and her stool appears more runny than normal. On Saturday, a yellowish fluid came out of her mouth (more than she normally has when she has something stuck in her mouth). It was kind of like what you'd expect out of your dogs poop, but this wasn't normal brown stool. Instead it was more like what you'd expect out of a fish bowl that has water in it. It was not clear, kind of cloudy and kind of light brown in color. After that she did some "popping" in her stool for awhile. She's been eating the same food (the brown and white kind) and water bowl and has had no access to anything else. Today I took her to the vet and she was given some Flagyl and told to rest up. I feel like I'm not doing what she needs to be comfortable.

What should I be doing? She is a good dog (except for the problems I'm trying to help with) and I don't want to give up on her if there's a solution I'm not doing. What are some things I should be doing to help her?

What should I be doing? She is a good dog (except for the problems I'm trying to help with) and I don't want to give up on her if there's a solution I'm not doing. What are some things I should be doing to help her?

What has helped my dogs is to get them plenty of raw (as well as cooked) bone. If you get a dog that already has osteodystrophy, you should get them lots of raw (and cooked) bone, either a high quality raw source, like beef (and/or deer), or an occasional high quality source like venison. For other dogs, a source of moderate quality bone should be fine, though it's not known for sure whether it can prevent it.

Raw (or cooked) bone is much easier for dogs to digest than cooked food. A raw food diet may be less digestible than a cooked one, though this isn't completely understood.

Make sure they are well-fed - if you're concerned with this, make sure you get them in enough weight.

Feed them a "mixed diet" which is something like 50% dry food and 50% meat-based source. If you get something like beef, chicken and rice (mixed), it is much easier to digest than chicken and rice. This diet may require some adjustment on your part, but the more you make adjustments, the better it will be for them.

Give them good quality protein (or a high quality protein food). A dog needs at least 30-50% protein in its diet, and the quality of the protein is more important than the quantity. So, get good quality.

Give them a variety of different types of protein: meat, chicken, fish, duck, lean meat, soy, wheat, etc.

Try to get them a varied diet, with raw and cooked food and a variety of food types in it.

You can't feed a dog high levels of raw bone without providing a good quality diet. It's difficult to say for sure which, if any, ingredients are necessary for them to get from it, but the best quality that's available should be used. Raw bone has calcium in it, which helps the dogs use it more effectively. Some dogs can make bones into bone calcium, while others can't. So, the dog should have either a good quality diet that provides adequate amounts of calcium in order to absorb the calcium, or you should provide a good quality calcium supplement.

If the dog has an iron deficiency (it's common) then you can supplement with iron, but you should know that, while all dog foods provide iron, it is absorbed better with bone. So, if you give bone and a good quality dog food and supplement it with iron, it's probably better to supplement the diet with iron rather than to give bone.

If a dog has any illness or illness-like condition, it should be treated first. An upset stomach can be cured by giving digestive enzymes. An upset stomach can also be treated by giving a dog a good quality probiotic supplement. If they are an older dog with a stomach condition (like dysbiosis) then an anti-fungal (or probiotic) treatment might be helpful.

Make sure the water that you're using to feed your dog is pure, clean and treated. Some dogs prefer city water while others like a spring, stream or pool. If the city water is hard, you can soften it with one-tenth of a cup of baking soda in two quarts of water.

BONUS INFORMATION

If you are concerned about whether or not your dog can safely have raw meat, remember this. Some dogs have an enzyme in their saliva that inactivates the enzymes in raw meat that would make them unsafe. Dogs that are immune to the bacteria that causes parvovirus, for example, can eat raw meat. I've seen dogs eat raw meat for years with no problems, but there are dogs that have to be on very restricted diets for the rest of their lives and never eat raw meat. All dogs are different. That is why I can't say for sure that it's safe to eat a raw meat diet for your dog. It could be that the enzymes in the dog's saliva will inactivate the enzymes in the meat that makes them dangerous.

**Doggy Deli, a raw and natural dog food recipe in a pouch**.

**A dog that's being given a dog probiotic supplement helps to promote the growth of beneficial bacteria.**

**Bones**

It is very important to keep bones out of your dog's environment. Some dogs may be fascinated by bones and chew them to pieces, others chew them to get the marrow out of them. Chewing can get into your dog's mouth or it can end up in his stomach, so check on him every now and then. If you see bones on the ground that have already been chewed by your dog, you should pick them up as quickly as you can.

For dogs that are already sick, I find that they love chewing bones, too. Dogs are amazing to watch when they're chewing bones. They do it to keep their teeth strong and help to remove the calcium that might be built up in their teeth.

**_Bones are not supposed to be chewed by dogs._**

**PERSONALITY**

Dogs are usually very friendly animals and some may be quite bold. The way you interact with your dog will determine how bold he will be, or maybe he will be bolder than you.

Dogs can be very protective of their territory and their owner. I've had dogs who would growl or bark if a neighbor came near our house. We didn't want this to happen. It was a constant battle to keep them from attacking this neighbor and his family.

_"As my friend and colleague, Joe Buissone, likes to say, you can't make people love dogs, but you can sure as heck make them tolerate dogs."_

**_Dogs like to have a lot of space around them._**

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