It is not the first time that some countries have used the use of dogs to tackle the scourge of diarrhoeas.
In Europe, the World Health Organization (WHO) has warned that the numbers of children dying of diarrhoeal diseases have been rising.
But, despite this, many countries still do not have the money to purchase expensive veterinary equipment and drugs, and they are often forced to use the dogs.
The dog has been around for hundreds of years, and has been used by various groups and countries to treat disease, particularly in the Caribbean.
The main reason is that it is not considered to be an animal, and its natural diet consists of plants and animals, said Jean-Baptiste Côté, the executive director of the Association for Veterinary Medicine in Europe (AVME).
Animal use is a lot less risky than using a veterinary drug, and in many cases, a dog can help reduce the number of animals used.
A veterinary drug can be taken as a pill, or the dog can take the drug as a liquid.
But it is more dangerous, because it is injected and injected very rapidly, which can kill the animal if it is given too early, he said.
In France, a veterinary clinic has been set up to help people who have had their pets euthanised due to diarrhoeal diseases.
The vet will inject the dog with a drug that will make it easier to move around and eat, said the clinic’s owner, Alexandre Gros, who has four dogs.
“It’s a bit like a drug cocktail, and I think it will work,” he said, adding that it was a “huge relief”.
Gros said that his dogs were used to treat diarrhea as well as other diseases.
“They are quite a powerful, aggressive, smart dog,” he told Al Jazeera.
“But they can also be very noisy, so it’s best to leave them alone and they won’t get scared.”