Written By: MUDASSIR
Highly contagious parvovirus causes bloody diarrhea, vomiting, lethargy in puppies/unvaccinated dogs. Needs prompt vet treatment
Intestinal worms can cause inflammation and bloody stools. Annual deworming is ideal but treat symptomatically too.
Inflammatory bowel disease triggers colon inflammation and bloody poop. Requires immunosuppressant therapy for life.
Swallowed foreign items may injure the GI tract on the way out. Symptoms can resolve if passed. Seek vet care
External abdomen trauma from hits or bites damages internal tissue causing bloody stool. Needs prompt treatment.
Both cancerous and benign intestinal masses erode tissue they pass over. Some bleed chronically. Biopsy determines treatment.
Ingested toxins like rat poison cause internal bleeding in dogs. Needs emergency vet support and possible blood transfusions.