Nikki's had that problem... her stomach just didn't settle well I guess... and it smelled and looked like poop. But she's been fine. Sometimes that can happen due to blockage and since it can't go out the proper end, it comes out the wrong way. Sorry trying to find an okay way to state that. You could call the vet to make sure and see what they think might be going on.
I get holistic e mails daily on new things - this was Satruday's post -
Step 5: Treating the 2nd most common pet health conditions safely, naturally and effectively at home - Vomiting and Diarrhea.
If your pet feels really bad, having vomiting and diarrhea, this is something you want to STOP now!
In my Home Study Course and Manual I have a separate section for vomiting and diarrhea, but for today I am going to give you the top ways to treat them at home.
FASTING TIME. A 24 hour fast is the most important thing you can do to allow your pet's inflamed stomach to heal. Allow access to controlled amounts of water, but no food. After 24 hours offer bland food such as plain cooked white rice; give equivalent amounts of rice as you do dog or cat food. After 48 hours mix their regular food with rice and don't fully go to regular food until after 72 hours.
A CUP OF TEA. Peppermint Tea is an old remedy used for upset stomachs in people. Brew up a strong cup of tea, but allow it to cool before offering it.
FIRM IT WITH FIBER. Dietary fiber absorbs water in the intestine, which helps to decrease diarrhea. Ground flax is a great source for dogs (1tsp/cup of dog food). Canned pumpkin is a great source for your cat (1tsp/day).
PROBIOTICS. Restore the natural bacteria in the intestine, to help the intestinal immune system. The most effective supplement is Lactobacillus acidophilus.
HUMAN REMEDIES. Pepto Bismol is an old standby that can be effective for dogs. Immodium (Loperamide) is the only safe over-the-counter anti-diarrhea drug for cats.
Yeah, i wont be on much until after Wednesday...my cable modem at home is out :-(
I would say to make sure that she is having a proper poop. Check to see if she is constipated or is having runny stool...these both can be an indication of a blockage. The blockage will result in a dog that vomits and it smells like poop, but they also act like they feel really sick, stomach hurts and is hard, wont poop or has water poop, laying around and wont eat.
She may have ate some poop...either her own or someone else's or it could be a sour stomach.
On this one it depends on how she is feeling otherwise???