Sudden changes in a dog's diet can cause diarrhea. Gradually introducing new food and avoiding table scraps can help prevent this.
Parasites such as roundworms, hookworms, and giardia can cause diarrhea in dogs. Regular deworming can help prevent this.
Viral infections such as parvovirus and distemper can cause diarrhea in dogs. Vaccinations can help prevent these infections.
Bacterial infections such as salmonella and E. coli can cause diarrhea in dogs. Avoiding contaminated food and water sources can help prevent this.
Pancreatic problems can lead to digestive issues and diarrhea in dogs. Consulting with a veterinarian can help diagnose and treat this.
Dogs can have allergic reactions or intolerances to certain foods, causing diarrhea. Identifying and avoiding these triggers can help prevent diarrhea.
Allergies or intolerances
Stressful situations such as moving to a new home or being left alone for long periods can cause diarrhea in dogs. Providing a calm environment and plenty of exercise can help prevent this.
Stress and anxiety
Providing clean water, a bland diet, and anti-diarrheal medication (under veterinary guidance) can help relieve a dog's diarrhea symptoms.