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Constipation/Stool Softener

Constipation is difficult, infrequent or absent bowel movements. Constipation is one of the most common health problems associated with a pet’s digestive system.

Most common signs include:

  • Dry, hard stools.
  • Straining when trying to defecate.
  • Mucus when attempting to defecate.

Depending on what’s causing your dog’s constipation, your vet may recommend one or several of the following treatments:

  • A stool softener or other laxative agent.
  • Medication to increase the contractile strength of the large intestine.
  • Adding fiber to your dog’s diet with canned pumpkin, wheat bran or a product such as Metamucil.
  • A veterinarian-prescribed, high-fiber diet.
  • An increase in exercise.
  • An enema (administered by a professional, not at home, as there could be risks for toxicity or injury if done inappropriately).

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