Q. My dog is pooping clear liquid for 3 days but is active eating and drinking should i be concerned

A. She might have eaten something spoiled that is causing this, it is a concern as she could become dehydrated if it continues. withhold food for 12 hours then offer her boiled boneless chicken and rice every 6 hours in small portions. , continue with this diet for 2 days.

After 2 days, you can put her back gradually on her normal food.

If she continues pooping clear liquid , take her to the vet to get treatment.

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