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Know the signs

Some signs of your dog’s digestive disorders are easy to spot. Make sure you consult your vet if your dog is showing any of these signs:

  • Vomiting
  • Diarrhoea or soft stools
  • Loss of weight
  • Change of appetite
  • Flatulence
  • Stomach gurgling
  • Sudden inactivity or depression
  • Constipation

What causes digestive disorders?

Your dog’s upset digestion can have many causes – from an adverse reaction to something your dog has eaten to some more serious digestive disorders. Be sure to visit your vet to discuss your dog’s condition.
Roll over each digestive tract icon to understand the most common causes.

Small intestine

Inflammation or excessive growth of bacteria in small intestine, parasites or viral infection


Inflammation and irritation of stomach or bacterial infection


Inflammation of pancreas or insufficient digestive enzymes

Large intestine

Inflammation of large intestine or parasitic infection

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