How much Imodium should I give my dog? The Merck Veterinary Manual recommends a dose of 0.1-0.2 mg/kg [0.05-0.1 mg/lb]. For convenience, one 2 mg capsule or tablet of Imodium can be given per 50 pounds of body weight. Cut it in half for a dog that weighs around 25 pounds and always use the liquid form of Imodium for dogs under 20 pounds.
Can you give a dog Imodium AD for diarrhea? Imodium can be a safe medication to use to treat your dog’s diarrhea. If your dog’s symptoms don’t improve, consult your vet. Furthermore, if you think your dog’s diarrhea is the result of ingestion of a toxin, or from an infection, do not use Imodium, but call your vet immediately.
What can you give a dog to stop its diarrhea? A bland diet for 24 to 48 hours may help to resolve your pup’s issue. Plain-cooked white rice with a little chicken and some canned plain pumpkin (not pumpkin pie filling) may help to make your pup’s tummy feel better. Once your pooch feels better, gradually reintroduce their regular food.
What soothes a dog’s stomach and helps with diarrhea? Other things that might help soothe your dog’s upset tummy include natural yogurt, probiotics, peeled boiled potatoes, cottage cheese, egg with no oil added, specially formulated dog foods and medications prescribed by your vet.