6 Week Old Puppy Has Blood in Stool

My sweet little Labrador puppy is facing huge problem for the last 2 weeks. After deworming shots she started to poop with one drop of blood which proved to be parvo in four days. I took her to my vet and he started treatment with parvo serum, an IV under skin injection for nausea, multivitamins, and an antibiotic. Now she has recovered from parvo in five days. She is playing now and active too, but still she is having a drop of blood in her stool. I have been giving her ice cream, milk, and biscuits. What more should I do to save her any tests or diet changes. What is required which can help her to stop having pain in its early stages. She is still crying in front of me while sleeping. Please suggest the best treatment for her. Thanks.


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March 3, 20171 found this helpful

Many dogs are lactose intolerant. Stop giving her the milk and ice cream-that could be causing gas and pain. Give her the soft puppy food, the canned or chewy kind that has what she needs in it. Milk, ice cream and bisquits are not food that carry the nutrients a dog needs.

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March 4, 20171 found this helpful

Ice cream has additives and a lot of sugar. It isn't considered good for dogs.
It's unusual for puppies to be lactose intolerant, but cow's milk has large proteins which can be difficult to digest.
Biscuits are "junk food" for dogs and should be given rarely.

Try giving your dog boiled rice with plain, unseasoned boiled chicken meat.
You can also give him puppy chow that has been softened with warm water, or canned dog food.

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March 4, 20170 found this helpful

Your dog needs a bland diet. Boiled rice is one of the things. Cut out the milk and keep in contact with the vet.

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