Treatment for E Coli in Dogs?

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The treatment for E. coli in dogs is rest and antibiotics. E. coli (Escherichia coli) can affect dogs, just like it does humans. It can affect almost any bodily system within a dog, but is most commonly seen in the digestive tract and in the urinary tract. It can cause diarrhea and abdominal pain. A dog can quickly become dehydrated and become very weak from this. If E. Coli ends up in the urinary tract a dog will urinate and drink excessively.
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