Dog Passing Blood in Stool?

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Blood in a dog's stool medically known as hematochezia or melena. In hematochezia the blood is bright red implying that it is fresh and most likely originating from the lower intestines typically the colon and the rectum. It is caused by parvo, Parasites, Dietary indiscretions, Hemorrhagic Gastro-enteritis, Rectal injuries and Use of NSAIDS, Ingestion of blood and Blood clotting disorders.
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