Dog Laxative

Dog Laxatives Research

Knowing what other people are asking about dog laxatives may help you find answers to your own questions.

While searching for answers to odd dog laxative questions, the following phrases were all typed into search engines by real people.

Whether you find these weird phrases funny or not, doggy problems are clearly something lots of people are dealing with. You are quite certainly not alone!

“Dog Laxatives” Searches:

Bodily Phrase and # of Daily Searches

  • dog laxative (14)
  • how much of a laxative can i give my dog (7)
  • dog laxatives (3)
  • home laxative for dog (3)

Constipated Pooch

Dogs have digestive problems just like humans do; only it is harder from them to tell us what is wrong. If you take the dog out for a walk and they appear to be struggling with pooping, it could be constipation. If you notice you have taken the dog out several times a day and no poop has come out, it may be constipation. If your dog is constipated it will take him, or her, awhile to get the poop out and the pooh will be small, round, and hard. You can tell the consistency by looking at it, or if you are really brave, you can touch it.

The main cause of constipation in animals is lack of water and not enough bathroom time. Make sure to give your dog extra water and walk him more frequently while he is constipated. There are some laxatives out there that can be used on dogs, but you must first check with the vet to make sure you don’t further the problems. You might try exercising your dog and giving him extra water too.

More Funny Search Phrases:

Hemorroids, Rectums, Vomiting, Farts & YOU 😉

Digestive and other bodily problems really are not very funny or pleasant, but if you’ve already got some, you may as well laugh about it.

This is a site that celebrates farting. To avoid some of the problems listed above, consider cleaning out your butt, altering your diet, visiting a doctor, or investing in some topical disinfectants!