RuniPoo Relief™ for Pet Diarrhea Symptoms

Natural supplement for common symptoms of dog and cat diarrhea, and healthy bowel functioning


Natural Treatment for Common Symptoms of Dog and Cat Diarrhea

RuniPoo Relief™ is a safe and effective, non-addictive, natural herbal supplement. Formulated by our team of experts in natural medicine to support healthy, firm stool formation in cats and dogs, RuniPoo Relief™ supports normal bowel function in pets and relieves many symptoms of diarrhea.

RuniPoo Relief™ contains a scientifically chosen selection of herbs known to support healthy bowel movements and a balanced digestive system in cats and dogs. Using a unique, therapeutic blend of herbal ingredients like plantain, black walnut and lady's mantle in a concentrated liquid formula, RuniPoo Relief™ provides support to soothe feline and canine stomachs.

RuniPoo Relief™ is vegetarian-friendly, Kosher-certified, and contains no artificial colors, preservatives or added gluten. Available in liquid tincture form, serving sizes can be adjusted to suit pets of all sizes. RuniPoo Relief™ can be easily and safely paired with Digestive Support™, an herbal supplement supporting digestive tract health in dogs and cats.

To ensure the safety of RuniPoo Relief™ and provide the highest quality, most effective product, we use only Premium Whole Herb manufacturing. This process excludes the use of any chemical solvents during extraction and maintains the balance and harmony of the whole herb. All PetAlive® products are manufactured in FDA-registered, cGMP-certified facilities.

Symptoms of Dog and Cat Diarrhea

Much like humans, pets can occasionally encounter a bout of diarrhea or loose stool. Diarrhea usually occurs when something your pet has eaten does not agree with their stomach, irritating it and disrupting their normal defecation. Diarrhea can affect dogs and cats of all ages and breeds, and is characterized by loose, watery stools that are passed frequently. Sometimes there may even be blood present.

There are various causes of diarrhea, ranging from eating spoiled or rotten food, eating garbage or roadkill and overeating to ingesting chemicals or toxins. Other causes include food allergies, reactions to certain medications and suddenly changing a pet's diet.

Most episodes of pet diarrhea resolve themselves within 48 hours. It can be helpful to determine whether the disturbance originates in the small or large bowel. Small amounts of stool that contain mucous and perhaps blood typically come from the large bowel or colon. Large volumes of very watery stool most likely are from the small bowel - and these run a higher risk of dehydrating your pet to dangerous levels1.

More severe episodes of diarrhea could develop because of parasitic infestation or a bacterial, viral or fungal infection. Your vet can take a fresh stool sample to check for and determine the cause of diarrhea.

Warning signs to look out for include a sense of urgency to defecate several times during the day, straining during and after defecation, loss of appetite, vomiting, weakness and fever.

Other Treatments for Symptoms of Dog and Cat Diarrhea

Support your pet's digestive health and normal bowel function with these tips:

  • Feed your pet high-quality commercial pet food or a well-balanced, all-natural diet that contains essential vitamins, minerals and nutrients.
  • Avoid feeding your pet table scraps, bones or snacks; exclude bran, sugar and lactose products from their diet.
  • Do not withhold food from a pet suffering from diarrhea, as she needs nutrition to heal. Multiple small meals a day and increased fiber can help normalize her gut1.
  • Try not to make any sudden changes to your pet's diet—introduce new food gradually by adding it to old food. It should take three to five days to introduce a new diet.
  • Inspect your pet's stool daily for abnormalities such as blood or mucus.
  • Ensure your pet is de-wormed regularly.
  • Keep your pet away from spoiled food and garbage cans.
  • Make sure your pet's vaccinations are up-to-date.

1. Paul, Mike, DVM. "Dog Diarrhea: When Is It Serious and How Do I Stop It?" Pet Health Network. December 29, 2015. Accessed July 06, 2019.

What are the ingredients?

RuniPoo Relief™ is a 100% herbal formula and contains the following ingredients in therapeutic dosage: Certified Organic Plantain Leaf, Imported Lady's Mantle Herb, and Wild harvest Fresh Black Walnut Hull.

  • Certified Organic Plantain Leaf is a well-known herbal remedy traditionally used to support the health of the digestive system and mucous membranes. The major constituents in plantain are mucilage, iridoid glycosides (particularly aucubin) and tannins.
  • Imported Lady's Mantle Herb has been used for many years to support healthy firm stools and maintain bowel functioning. Alchemilla also contains tannins, which support the digestive tract (Jonadet M, Meunier MT, Villie F, Bastide JP, Lamaison JL. "Flavonoids extracted Alchemilla vulgaris." J Pharmacol. 1986; 17:21-7).
  • Wild harvest Fresh Black Walnut Hull is a tree, from which the outer covering of the nut is used to make medicine. When taken internally, black walnut has a mild laxative effect and may be taken for chronic constipation, intestinal toxemia and hemorrhoids.
  • Inactive Ingredients: Vegetable Glycerin, Deionized Water.

How do I use RuniPoo Relief™?

RuniPoo Relief™ comes in convenient liquid form, and the concentrated drops are easy to administer.

Can be given before or after mealtime. Administer 2-3 times daily.

Cats and Dogs under 20 lbs: 2-3 drops.
Dogs 20-50 lbs: 0.25mL.
Dogs over 50 lbs: 0.50mL.

It is recommended that RuniPoo Relief™ be used concurrently with Digestive Support™, which supports digestive and gastrointestinal system health in pets.

Allergen Warning: Contains Nuts.


If animal’s condition worsens or does not improve, stop product administration, and consult your veterinarian.

Safe use in pregnant animals or animals intended for breeding has not been proven.

Administer during or after the animal has eaten to reduce incidence of gastrointestinal upset.

Contains jugalone, a known mutagen in animals.

Potentially toxic and may cause laminitis in horses.


Not for human consumption. Keep out of the reach of children and animals. In case of accidental overdose, contact a health professional.

How long until I see benefits?

Natural medicine strives to create holistic balance in the body to support systemic health. The natural ingredients in our remedies support overall health and functioning.

Pets respond to natural medicine in different ways. To ensure your pet maintains optimum health, it is important to administer natural remedies as directed and remain consistent. You may also find that giving your pet a smaller maintenance dose is beneficial for ongoing support. Many customers report using it regularly as part of a maintenance program that supports continued health and well-being of their beloved animals.

How long does one bottle last?

RuniPoo Relief™ comes in a 60 mL bottle. Exactly how long a bottle lasts will depend on the size of your pet and the frequency of use.

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