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Firstly, the green color of the stool could indicate that there is rapid transit of fecal material through the intestines, which means the food is moving through too quickly to be properly digested. This can be caused by a variety of factors, including dietary indiscretion (eating something she shouldn't have), intestinal infections (such as parasites or bacterial infections), or even stress.
Given that she is not on any medications and has no history of medical conditions, we can't attribute the symptoms to a reaction to treatment or an ongoing health issue. However, the lack of vaccination and flea and tick prevention raises concern for infectious diseases and parasites, which can cause gastrointestinal upset and diarrhea.