scant feces

scant feces

small, hard feces are passed infrequently; occur in dehydration, reduced feed intake, alimentary tract stasis.
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3,7,9,11,12) Clinical signs and findings associated with gastrointestinal obstruction are dehydration, lethargy, weakness, anorexia, coelomic distension, weight loss, regurgitation, vomiting, poor growth, diarrhea, and scant feces.