Sometimes, you may have to do more than give a solid or liquid medicine to your dog. Depending on the condition and symptoms of the disease, care should be provided, such as for example: Enema. The following method is an effective method for this procedure:
The use of enema may be advantageous for dogs having the following conditions; constipation, famine, dehydration, excessive vomiting, intestinal irritation caused by bone fragments or spoiled food or garbage in the digestive system.
Before you submit this procedure, make sure you use only clean water that is hot but not hot (check that it is on the wrist). Use approx. Two tablespoons of a small dog and a big dog. Add a few drops of freshly squeezed lemon juice to the water and regularly administer the mixture with a plastic or rubber syringe for about 2-3 minutes. For large dogs, you can use an enema bag and nozzle.
Here's how to do it: You need to put the end of the syringe with vegetable oil. Help someone keep the dog gently while standing in the tub or on the ground. Carefully insert the nozzle into the rectum. Fill the anus slowly against the anus (to avoid fluid leakage). If the solution does not flow easily, pull the nozzle or syringe back and adjust the angle slightly. Wait for the bowel movement to begin within a few minutes. Administrator of enemy once or twice a day for one day.
In many cases, dehydrated dogs simply retain the fluid. This occurs when the colon absorbs the fluid required by the body. That's why enema is an excellent way to administrate fluid. Under these conditions, the administrator will take the enema every four hours or until the liquid remains.
If it is difficult for a dog to keep water in the stomach because of vomiting, enema may help to introduce fluid and salts to replace those lost during vomiting. Using the solution described above, add a pinch of sea salt and a pinch of potassium chloride. The same solution can also be used to help a dog with long-lasting diarrhea. In this case, the administrator will take the enema every four hours or until the fluid is left.