How to treat itWhat Your Dog’s Poop Is Telling You

How to Treat it

If you find your dog’s poop is covered in mucus there could be a few different causes:

  1. You are feeding him something that does not agree with his stomach. If your dog’s digestive system is incapable or having difficulty digesting some foods it will use mucus to assist. You’ll find this particularly with dairy products that contain milk sugar (lactose). Cheese is a common cause of mucus in the poop of dogs
  2. Bacterial overflow: if your dog has too much bacteria in its digestive…




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