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Q. Dog, 9 yrs had passed blood as a stool and other times it was black stool. What causes it? 2nd time. Gave him liver, blue liquid med and anti diahore

A. Black stools indicates bleeding high up in the gastrointestinal tract or stomach which can be very serious. You need to consult your vet or emergency vet straight away.

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JULIA HENWOOD



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