Signs of worms in dogs are not necessarily easy to see to the untrained eye.  As humans and living in most first world countries, we simply do not have to deal with most parasites and worms nor the treatment that goes with living with these types of worms and their symptoms.

But most people do not recognize the signs of worms in dogs; and did you know that if your dog has worms that this can actually lead to these parasites infecting you and your family? The truth is that children and geriatric people; those with weakened immune systems are at highest risk for infestation, infection and the symptoms of worms.

A large majority of puppies and kittens are born with worms.  This is why veterinarians treat these parasites before any symptoms of worms or infections are likely to be seen.  It is better preventative medicine to deworm puppies and keep adult dogs on a…

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