Why is my shih tzu so gassy and also I found this little lump about the belly button?
Topic: Why is my shih tzu so gassy and also I found this little lump about the belly button?
July 17, 2019 / By Annitra Question:
I just got this dog its 6 months old and its very gassy can I fix the problem and also I noticed a small lump sorta squishy about the belly button area Is this a concern I know some breeds of dog are know for lumps due to breed type
Best Answers: Why is my shih tzu so gassy and also I found this little lump about the belly button?
Yancey | 6 days ago
As far as the gas, try changing the diet to one with more meat and less grain.
The lump is possibly an umbilical hernia, whether it is a problem or not depends on how big it is, at any rate it is easly fixed. Most vets will correct an umbilical hernia when the dog is neutered, as long as you mention it.
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Originally Answered: My Shih Tzu is very gassy and has flaky skin. Could it be his chicken-based food?
It;s possible its the chicken, but far, far more dogs are allergic to all the grains in foods like Purina. You need to look for a grain-free food with meat as the first ingredient. If you want to switch from chicken, then do so, but its much more likely to be the grains.
Also, dogs need salmon oil in their diet for their coats and skin, even those fed a top quality food.
When you do switch foods, make sure you do it gradually (10 - 14 days) to prevent your dog from getting diarrhea.
First of all change the food you give him...that's probably the gassy problem. As for the lump by her belly button...my miniature schnauzer has that too and the Dr said that is just her belly button where she was attached to the mother. You may still want to have it checked out though. Better to be safe than sorry.
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Please contact the hih Tzu rescue - they'll rehome him for you. in case you deliver him off to a clean abode your self, you do not have any way of quite understanding the position he is going, and also you may also be held legally to blame for any damage that befell as through the him being there, notwithstanding in the adventure that they tripped over him. a good rescue will be integrated to shelter their volunteers by evaluation criminal duty. i'm sorry this has befell - that is tricky even as your own body received't cooperate - contained in the destiny, you may want to wish to seem into adopting a racing Greyhound, which may be more effective on your aspect, and quite undemanding on a leash. yet i imagine you'll locate that SHih Tzu rescue can help you you, and locate him someplace he receives the dealing with he must be a more effective perfect personality. good luck-
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I don't know about the lump ask the vet it could be a tumor OR it could be this skin thing with sweat in it. but the gas, its something your feeding it. I knew a dog who ate cat food, and he farted. P.U!
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you should try changing the food, maybe thats the reason why its gassy, and the lump dunt sound normal to me, you should take it to the vet, hope it feelsz betta
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Originally Answered: The fat below your belly button?
There is no way to target a specific area to burn fat. The body distributes fat all over the itself, and it will burn distributed too.
That way the question to your answer ''how do i get rid of the lower belly fat'' is; lose even more fat. Soon or later your body will also burn the fat from under your tummy. It is hard to lose this fat, that is why it is called the stubborn fat.
What I do to make my clients lose stubborn fat is put them on a diet that is 250 kcalories below there maintenance, and have them performing HIIT 2-3 times a week. This will really melt the fat like no other. Doing crunches is pointless, it will only develop the abs, thus make your tummy look even fatter.
This is a formula from my website on how to calculate your diet;
First you need to calculate your BMR you can do this with the following formula
Women: BMR = 655 + ( 4.35 x weight in pounds ) + ( 4.7 x height in inches ) - ( 4.7 x age in years )
Men: BMR = 66 + ( 6.23 x weight in pounds ) + ( 12.7 x height in inches ) - ( 6.8 x age in year )
To determine your total daily calorie needs, multiply your BMR by the following:
If you are sedentary (little or no exercise) : Calorie-Calculation = BMR x 1.2
If you are lightly active (light exercise/sports 1-3 days/week) : Calorie-Calculation = BMR x 1.375
If you are moderatetely active (moderate exercise/sports 3-5 days/week) : Calorie-Calculation = BMR x 1.55
If you are very active (hard exercise/sports 6-7 days a week) : Calorie-Calculation = BMR x 1.725
If you are extra active (very hard exercise/sports & physical job or 2x training) : Calorie-Calculation = BMR x 1.9
After that substract 200-400 Kcalories from that number. That is how much Kcalories you should be eating everyday. You should devide these Kcalories over 6 meals. With the first being the biggest, and the last being the smallest. Example; 30/20/15/15/10/10. Also, try to eat your carbohydrates in the morning and not after 5o clock. And only drink non-caloric drinks.
Next to that you should perform HIIT. This is truly a fatkiller exercise. This is the explanation from my website;
Adding HIIT training.
HIIT is short for high intensive interval training. It is a very effective form of cardio training. HIIT exercise does not take long to perform, and gives you best bang for your buck. It is very good for fat burning (it raises your BMR all day long!) and it develops a powerful lower body.
This is how it works; You roulette between 30 seconds of high intensity training (ex; all out sprinting) and 30-60 seconds of low intensity training. (ex; jogging) Doing 30 seconds of sprinting and 30-60 seconds of jogging equals one set. Beginners should do 4-6 sets of 30 seconds of sprinting and then 60 seconds of jogging (1:2 ratio). Intensity should be added each week. I would suggest doing so by reducing jogging time (work to 1:1 ratio), and/or increasing the number of sets. (after you reach 12-15 sets you should stop increasing the sets and start working on your ratio, or HIIT will not be as beneficial anymore.
If you follow all these rules, your fat will melt like snow in the sun, and even your stubborn fat will soon be gone.