Understand how to care for a dog with blood in their stool or vomit in this free video. Expert: Jim Leske Bio: My name is Jim Leske, Animal Behaviorist & Trainer.
Hi, I'm Jim Leske, animal trainer and behaviorist
for Expert Village. Today we want to talk
about something that every pet owner hopes
that they never encounter, and that is blood
in your dog or cat or any pet's stool, for
that matter, or even in their vomit. Hopefully
this never happens to you but, if it does,
this could be a very determental situation
for you and your pet. Should this happen,
you want to try to get a plastic bag or other
clean plastic container, try to get a good
sample of the blood in the stool or the vomit,
and you want to put that in something that's
airtight. Hopefully you can seal the jar or
container up. Even a jar or even a plastic
sandwich baggie will work. Take them both
to the vet immediately. Your vet will need
this to help determine what the problem is
with your dog. This can be anything, from
something very simple food lodged in their
stomach to something very very serious, and
everything in between. By having these things
together, you'll make your vet's job easier,
you'll make it faster to get to the point
where they can figure and diagnose out what
the problem is. Once this happens, you and
your vet can talk about the best avenue to
taking care of and getting your dog back to
health. I'm Jim Leske for Expert Village.

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