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Dogs (and cats) are victims of several intestinal parasites recurrently referred to as worms. The most common of them are roundworms, hookworms, whipworms and tapeworms.  And of these four only two are generally seen in the stool with the unaided eye: roundworms and tapeworms.     Often you will be … Continue reading HOW TO TELL IF YOUR DOG OR CAT HAS INTESTINAL PARASITES?

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Early diagnosis for the presence and kind of intestinal parasite is vital. To do this the stool is mixed with a special solution, which makes the microscopic eggs more detectable. Many veterinarians comprise the stool check as part of the annual health examination. (Note: Tapeworm eggs do NOT show up … Continue reading WINDSOR VETERINARIANS – TREAT THE INTESTINAL PARASITES

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Your pet, a dog or a cat, can get infected internally with parasites or worms. Among which, the most common intestinal parasites are roundworms, hookworms, whipworms, and tapeworms. Two of them like tapeworm and roundworm can be detected in your dog’s poop, but those that can’t be detected via your … Continue reading MOST COMMONLY FOUND PARASITES IN YOUR PET’S INTESTINES

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There are many ways to make sure that your dog remains worms-free. The best way is to prevent its exposure to parasites. Most of the parasites, which are found in your pet’s intestine like ringworms, hookworms, whipworms, and roundworm found in gastrointestinal tract etc, enter your dog through its mouth … Continue reading WHAT MEDICATIONS ARE REQUIRED TO KEEP DOGS FREE OF WORMS?

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Heartworm is a treacherous disease. It can binge only by mosquitoes; thus, areas deeply populated by these insects tend to have a bigger occurrence of heartworm disease. Mosquitoes are a nuisance to you, but to your pets, they are a noxious rival. At Ambassador Animal Hospital, we provide you with … Continue reading Heartworms Prevention Advice From Windsor Veterinary

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