The perfect dog poo
Perfect dog poop or stool is compact, dark brown in colour, does not stick to his hair and breaks off when it hits the ground. On average, your dog should poo twice a day.
The huge dog poo
A lot of stool, a huge poo or frequent pooing may be an indication that your dog is getting too much food or that he isn’t digesting his food properly.
The soft dog poo
Thin dog poop or soft stool is a sign of diarrhoea. It may be caused by stress, overfeeding, inferior quality food, too many treats or a drastic change in food.
The watery dog poo
Watery dog stool or poop is a sign of severe diarrhoea. Watery diarrhoea in dogs and pups can be caused by a bacterial or viral infection, parasites, or worms. Always take your dog to the vet in the case of watery diarrhoea!
The hard dog poo
Hard or pebble dog poop or stool tends to be a sign of dehydration or delayed bowel movement. If the problem persists, your dog can become constipated or obstipated. Pooing becomes laborious and painful for your dog.
Make sure to give your dog plenty of exercise, water, and top-quality food. If the problem persists, call into your vet.
The slimy dog poo
Slimy dog poop or stool tends to be a sign of colon inflammation or irritation. Take your dog to the vet.
The white or colourless dog poo
Whitish or clayey poop or stool is common in dogs who overindulged in chew bones. It can also be caused by certain fats in his food your dog is unable to digest.
The dog poo with fresh blood
Dog poo with an anomalous colour is abnormal and always requires a visit to the vet. Fresh blood in the stool can be caused by bleeding in the colon or around the anus.
The black dog poo
Dog poo with an anomalous colour is abnormal and always requires a visit to the vet. Black dog poo should set the alarm bells ringing as it may be caused by severe internal bleeding.
The yellow or orange dog poo
Dog poo with an anomalous colour is abnormal and always requires a visit to the vet. Orange or yellow stool can be a sign of a liver or gallbladder problem.
The dog poo with white dots
Dog poo with an anomalous colour is abnormal and always requires a visit to the vet. Dog poo with white dots can be a sign of worms.