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Spookly Little Girl Has Tummy Rumblings


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We brought Travel home on Friday. She is a love, but a super, super shy girl. Her tummy has been rumbling for awhile, and I am going to bet this morning she'll have the big D or really soft poo. We are free feeders here, and she has adapted quite nicely. However, she is not over-eating, I can tell that by the amount of food in the bowls. I am assuming its stress, since she is sooooooo shy.

She is only 54 lbs. Do I give her Pepto? How much should I give her?

Thanks!

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I'd leave her be until you see the output. Sometimes I'll have one get the rumblies and nothing bad results. If her innards do turn out to be upset, you can dose Pepto as for a child (says on the bottle/box). What works best here are the nonchewable pills -- I think they're called gelcaps. The chewables don't work unless you crush them.

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I'd leave her be until you see the output. Sometimes I'll have one get the rumblies and nothing bad results. If her innards do turn out to be upset, you can dose Pepto as for a child (says on the bottle/box). What works best here are the nonchewable pills -- I think they're called gelcaps. The chewables don't work unless you crush them.

 

THANKS! I will keep an eye on her. :)

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