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I gave my dogs some raw bones I got from the local butcher. Now the puppy has yellow mucousy diarrhea. Could this be from raw? I didn't give her alot, she just ate bits that fell off the other dogs bones. I'm confused.
 

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Okay - are your dogs normally fed kibble?

I know that when we convert our dogs to a raw diet, mucous in the stool is normal - detox.. Soft stools can meat we fed too much, too much fat, too much meat... etc

If she is one a kibble diet my guess would be that yes it was caused by the bone as kibble and raw meat don't digest at the same rate...

As for the color I will let someone else answer that..
can you in the mean time tell us.. how old, their diet, and what exactly you gave them (cut and meat source..)

thanks! no worries we will get to the bottom of it
 

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Were they lamb bones? I had the same thing with Red after giving him lamb bones. I think they have way to much fat on them. The day after he had one it was like yellow water shooting out of you know where. No more fatty bones for him.


I gave my dogs some raw bones I got from the local butcher. Now the puppy has yellow mucousy diarrhea. Could this be from raw? I didn't give her alot, she just ate bits that fell off the other dogs bones. I'm confused.
 

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The puppy is a 4 months old yorkie. I have her on kibble regularly. They are beef bones, and they are pretty fatty .So that's probably what it is. My other dogs are handling them great. I was surprised because my bulldogs weren't gassy with them.
 
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