How Do I Make My Dog’s Poop Less Watery?

Jul 13, 2019

Did your dog’s butt explode or is that diarrhea? Oh my! The smell, color, and watery poop has been sprayed all over the yard and it’s also back inside the house on the carpet. As a pet parent, you are highly concerned about your dog’s health when this happens.

This is serious, you need to find a way to stop your dog’s watery poop now! The following information will help you fix your dog’s digestive issues and stop watery poop.

Common reasons your dog’s poop is watery

Your little sir-stinks-a-lot has watery poop or diarrhea for one of the following reasons. The following list will help guide you to the cause that is leading to your dog’s watery poop problem.

  • Poor diet
  • Bacterial infection
  • Parasitic infection
  • Viral infection
  • Sudden changes in diet
  • Stress
  • Parasites
  • Hookworms, whipworms & roundworms
  • Inflammatory bowel disease
  • Pancreatic disease
  • Heart disease
  • Liver failure
  • Some types of cancer

Pinpointing the cause of your dog’s watery poop

As a pet parent, you know your dog very well. Everyday, you see the consistency and smell of your dog’s poop since you pick it up and clean up after your dog. Pinpointing the cause of your dog’s watery poop is essential to treating the problem quickly.

Here are some excellent ideas to help stop the watery poop:

  • Improve your dog’s diet – The food your dog eats every day contributes to his or her overall health, including their digestive tract microbiome. It’s essential that you provide your dog with high-quality, healthy dog food and treats plus plenty of water on a daily basis.
  • Remove allergens from your dog’s diet – The most common ingredients in dog food that cause allergies are gluten, grain, soy, and dairy. Choose dog food that doesn’t contain these common allergens to help prevent watery poop.
  • Visit a veterinarian – Changing your dog’s diet will usually help cure watery poop, but if it doesn’t there can be a more severe issue causing the problem. Always consult with a veterinarian if water poop or diarrhea persists.

Taking control of your dog’s watery poop

You can be sure your pup is feeling discomfort in their digestive system when they have watery poop. It’s crucial that you take control of the issue and do everything you can to help them feel better quickly.

Helpful digestive support supplements for dogs with watery poop

An easy way to stop watery dog poop is to start serving a digestive support supplement that is high in fiber such as Bernie’s Perfect Poop. It’s an all-natural supplement that contains enzymes, flaxseed, probiotics, prebiotics, pumpkin and sun-cured Miscanthus grass to supercharge your dog’s digestion which results in firmer, less watery poop.

Constant watery poop is a sign your dog has digestive issues on a regular basis that need to be resolved from the inside out. You can depend on Bernie’s Perfect Poop to get the job done!

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Bernie’s Thoughts on Watery Poop

Hey guys! I’m proud to say I poop like a champ now! But, there was a time I suffered from an upset tummy and had watery poop. It was gross and it stuck to my beautiful tan bum fur. My pawrents were very concerned about my health and got frustrated every time they had to clean up my watery poop that spread quickly and ruined the carpet and yard.

Luckily, my pawrents are super smart and love me so much they created Bernie’s Perfect Poop just for me and my friends! Sometimes I’m a picky eater, so they played a trick on me and put the grass bit in my daily meal. I didn’t even realize they did it until I noticed a yummy cheddar cheese taste every time I ate the grass bit. I enjoy the flavor so much I don’t even realize it’s a supplement that supercharges my digestive system and keeps my poop firm!

Your watery poop can go away too when you try Bernie’s Perfect Poop supplements!

Poop smarter, not harder furry friends!

Until next time,
Bernie F.

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