Tuesday, July 21, 2020

Have You Seen Mucus In Your Pet's Poop?

A small amount of mucus (slimy substance that helps to lubricate and protect the colon) in the stool is usually nothing to worry about, but it can be a sign of poor digestion and inflammation in your pet’s gut. Common causes may be colitis, parasites, infection, allergies, IBD or an upset stomach from eating trash. A vet exam and fecal test can help determine the cause. Using Ask Ariel's Soothing Digestive Relief along with treatments from your vet can help your pet’s tummy feel better.  To learn more about digestive problems in pets, click here.