Poor Puppy Winston

Precious baby is having his second bout of diarrhea in three weeks. It’s what’s to be expected I guess from drinking puddle and pond water, eating grass and sticks, and just generally being a pup.

He seems to be feeling just fine, though. Loving to gnaw on shoes. While they’re being worn. Giving nose kisses.

Being himself. Maybe he needs to cuddle up with his handmade, flannel, personalized bone? The one with his name on it? The one sent with lots of love from our friends Ozzie and Callie?

Yeah. He’ll like that. Thank you Ozzie and Callie!

winston bone

 

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16 Responses to Poor Puppy Winston

  1. WestScott says:

    Poor baby 🙁! He needs belly rubs and something to help get his diarrhea under control. Love the handmade bone – hope he does too! How nice to have thoughtful friends like Ozzie and Callie!

  2. What a cute personalized bone! I hope you feel better soon, Winston.

  3. Kismet says:

    Don’t take the suggested cure in the book. Prune juice will NOT help.

  4. Pam says:

    Sounds like some boiled chicken breast and rice might be appreciated.

  5. Boiled chicken over white rice will set him right. Also the herb slippery elm found at local health food store works wonders for setting puppy bowels right. Couple capsules opened up and sprinkled in food twice a day for 2-3 days.

  6. rjkeyedup says:

    Grinning from ear to tail for our newest pal Winston!
    AArrroooo… hope you feel better little guy. Boiled chicken and white rice might help. Ozzy & Callie

  7. Elizabeth Davis says:

    hope Winston’s gut normalizes soon…..poor baby….love goes a long way. ( if not ask the vet for Flagyl)

  8. corkscot says:

    I hate to give people food to dogs. Corky and drew used to pick out all of the people food and leave their dog food. Good old Pepto Bismol works wonders.

  9. Sue Ellen says:

    well, being a puppy Winston must taste test many things ! To bad the tummy doesn’t ‘like’ some ‘stuff’. All should work out in time ! You know the deal..this isn’t your first ‘puppy rodeo’ ♥

  10. LB Johnson says:

    Abby Lab had THE most sensitive tummy when we brought her home. We gave her a spoonful of vanilla yogurt (checking that is does NOT have any artificial sweetener, just sugar or honey) at night and that helped a LOT. We hope Winston feels better soon.

    The Johnsons

  11. the bone is fabulous!!!! hugs to the baby we hope the food-recycling system is back to normal soon ;O)

  12. Princess Leah says:

    What a GREAT prezzie!
    Loves and licky kisses
    Princess Leah xxx

  13. nordhuesn says:

    Feel better soon, Winston!

  14. Nessa Noodledog says:

    Welcome to Winston ! Plain yogurt is a good idea for upset tummy. A little bit of boiled or baked sweet potato can also help. He also might be allergic to his food. Nessa had several bouts of really upset tummy / fever and trips to the doctor for IV fluids until we figured out it was her food. She is allergic to wheat flour and chicken.
    Nessa Noodledogs Mom

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