Last Sunday Sophia and my German Shep girl got into the trash. I had thrown out a cooked 1/2 chicken that we hadn't eaten. It was no good as it had been in the fridge too long. Long story short, they ate it all. Millie had diahrea for about 2 days and got over it and is back to her old self. Sophia had diahrea until this morning at 2 am, and hasn't had a bowel movement since. She is not feeling well at all today. She has no blood at all in her stool. Just runny poop. Her gums are very pink. To add to the fun, she also got out on Tuesday and got into my Guinea coop and dined on Guinea poop before I could get her back out. And yesterday one of my horses jumped my back fence into my yard and pooped, and sho' nuff Sophia found that and grabbed a bite before I could get her out of the yard.
I have been feeding her boiled rice with 2 tablespoons of plain, fat free yogurt twice a day for 3 days. She is eating and drinking fine. At 2 am this morning she went out and had a runny bowel movement, but it was a little less runny than it had been (she had projectile diahrea for 2 days and the one at 2 am was just runny with more solidity than I have seen for several days). Since 2 am, she has only urinated. No bowel movement.
Can I give her anything to help her tummy feel better? I believe the bad bacteria the chicken would have carried are probably through her system, so I am not real worried about stopping her up and backing up dangerous bacteria. I need to get her tummy feeling better and get her moving again though.
Any suggestions would be appreciated. If she hasn't gone by morning I will be making a vet run with her. I am not able to get plain canned pumpkin. I have Pepto on hand.
Amy and Sophia