Dog diarrhea is a common issue that most pet owners will encounter at some point. It can be unpleasant to deal with, but it's usually not a cause for serious concern.

For mild cases of diarrhea with no vomiting, withholding food for 12-24 hours can allow your dog's digestive system to rest and recover.

After the fast, gradually reintroduce food with a bland diet. This is typically boiled white rice mixed with plain, boneless, cooked chicken or white fish.

Veterinarians may recommend probiotics, which are live bacteria that can help restore the balance of good and bad bacteria in your dog's gut and promote digestion.

Dehydration is a risk with diarrhea, so ensuring your dog stays hydrated is crucial.