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What are the small worms in my dog

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That may be flea and ticks, you should remove these worms.These tiny bloodsuckers can make your pet's life miserable and can even spread profanity. This could cause serious harm to your dog. This is the reason why it is a great idea to be equipped with all the right flea and tick products so that you eradicate them the second they infest your pet. By doing so, you will save your pet from a lot of pain.

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Dogs should not have worms. Take him to the vet ASAP.

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Hi. My dog won't take his worming tablet even mixed n food. I've heard that nexgard spectre chewable tablets may be the answer as they are given as a treat. What do you think?


They work, sometimes, but if your dog is to picky it doesn't do any good. However, I've had luck sicking it in a small peace of hot dog, just cut the hotdog in to bite size peaces and act like it's a treat. Get the dog excited and doing good and toss him a treat with medicine.
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How do dogs get worms


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Pumpkin Seeds
  • Pumpkin seeds are used fresh, raw and without salt. They have long been known as an anti-parasitic (gets rid of parasites) in humans as well as dogs. They are not poisonous and contain many valuable nutrients.
Diatomaceous Earth
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Pictures of worms in dogs


Contagious if you don't wash your hands thoroughly.
sounds like g
thread worms.
you need a Vet's prescription

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