How the symptoms worms on my dogs
Symptoms of Worms in pets is sometimes not visible and we do not realize it because they do not see worms in the stool.
Here are some examples of common types of worms that infect dogs or our pets:
- Roundworms (ascarids) are several inches in length, look like spaghetti, and sometimes can be seen in the stool or vomit of an infected pet.
- Hookworms and whipworms are very small and almost impossible to see in the stool or vomit
- Segments of tapeworms can be seen, they may appear as rectangular segments moving around the anal area of the animal, or as white rice or cucumber seed-like segments such as around the anus.
So basically, except for tapeworms, the best way to diagnose worms in pets is a stool test done by your veterinarian. In stool examination, we find a microscopic worm eggs. Eggs may not always be present in the feces, although the pet has worms.
What if the dog is infected with worms ...?
Apply treatment at 2 weeks; repeat at 4, 6, and 8 weeks, and then do a monthly heartworm preventive that also controls intestinal parasites. Use of each year a combination heartworm preventive products parasites / gut can lower the risk of parasites. Use of the drug product for the treatment of worm at 2, 4, 6, and 8 weeks and then repeat 6 months later.
Prevention How To Dogs are not infected with worms ...?
- Perform stool test 1-2 times per year
- Perform the appropriate treatment according to the type of worm that infects
- Avoid dog we drink in the gutter or dirty water
- Give foods that are nutritious and hygienic
- Regularly clean the kennels, dining and drinking water.
These tips may be useful so .....