- Mar 28, 2022
Is this color concerning ? Unaware which poo your talking about but if it’s the one attached to the post you replied to, this is his poo today, I was too overjoyed that he finally pooped a good poop on his new formula that I didn’t think about color it’s just the first good poo he’s had since I found him, I mixed it with 1:1 water & pedialyte with the 1 scoop of powder the vet is gonna deworm him on Monday, since he’ll be 2 weeks old and to get a better exam but I really think the breeders edge was perfect for him by how his little body’s changed since switching no more bloat belly for Mr gussyThis is exactly what I was going to suggest. Use the powder but instead of mixing with water, mix with goats milk.
I'm personally a little concerned with the color of the poop. I'm having flashbacks of when mine were 14 days old. (they were found in a bowl on the hwy at 10 days). But the Giardia that they had was more orange. Keep an eye on the color of the poop.
You are doing very well with him.
BTW, they were able to be wormed at 14 days with a mild powder wormer I just mixed with their milk. Unfortunately, my old mind just can't remember which wormer, but ask your vet and worm as soon as he is able to withstand it.
Do you think I should continue to make his formula with the pedialyte ? I didn’t want him to be dehydrated by the daily diarrhea for a week or more, wondering if too much electrolytes can be bad?
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