Does yogurt stop diarrhea in dogs?

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White rice. Canned pumpkin (plain, not prepared pie filling) has the odd distinction of being effective for diarrhea and constipation.

Yogurt, which has beneficial bacteria, can help in dogs who can tolerate milk and milk products.

Probiotics, live bacteria that aid digestion (these are also found in Yogurt)

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White rice. Canned pumpkin (plain, not prepared pie filling) has the odd distinction of being effective for diarrhea and constipation.

Yogurt, which has beneficial bacteria, can help in dogs who can tolerate milk and milk products.

Probiotics, live bacteria that aid digestion (these are also found in Yogurt)

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Yogurt can be beneficial for helping a dog suffering from diarrhea if they are able to tolerate dairy products.

Yogurt contains bacteria that can have gut healing properties.

Plain protein can also be a good food source to give a dog that is suffering from diarrhea.

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Hazards of Feeding Dogs Yogurt

Again, although yogurt is not toxic, your dog might have trouble digesting it. Dogs' bodies are not designed to digest lactose after puppyhood, and, therefore, a food high in lactose can cause gas, diarrhea, and vomiting.
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Yogurt can be beneficial for helping a dog suffering from diarrhea if they are able to tolerate dairy products.

Yogurt contains bacteria that can have gut healing properties.

Plain protein can also be a good food source to give a dog that is suffering from diarrhea.

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White rice. Canned pumpkin (plain, not prepared pie filling) has the odd distinction of being effective for diarrhea and constipation.

Yogurt, which has beneficial bacteria, can help in dogs who can tolerate milk and milk products.

Probiotics, live bacteria that aid digestion (these are also found in Yogurt)

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Again, although yogurt is not toxic, your dog might have trouble digesting it.

Dogs' bodies are not designed to digest lactose after puppyhood, and, therefore, a food high in lactose can cause gas, diarrhea, and vomiting.

Always make sure the yogurt contains no xylitol, an artificial sweetener, which is toxic to Dogs.

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Again, although yogurt is not toxic, your dog might have trouble digesting it.

Dogs' bodies are not designed to digest lactose after puppyhood, and, therefore, a food high in lactose can cause gas, diarrhea, and vomiting.

As with all treats, feed your dog a small amount and see how he reacts.

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