To treat worms in dogs its important that you visit your vet and have a sample of your dogs stool tested to determine what kind of worms it has once you know what kind of worms youre dealing with your vet will prescribe medication for your dog that will clear up the problem. To identify different dog worms look for the worms in your dogs feces or vomit roundworms average from 8 to 10 cm and are round with smooth bodies tapeworms have flattened segmented bodies and can average from 50 to 250 cm long although you will usually only see individual segments. If you suspect worms in your dog if left untreated worms can damage your dogs internal organs and lead to loss of consciousness and death if you suspect that your dog has worms take it to your nearest veterinary office most intestinal worms are easy to treat and your veterinarian will prescribe a medication based on the diagnosis. Call your vets office if you have any questions about worms if your dog has had prior worm infestations let the office staff know that youve noticed the signs again remember that some worm infestations especially heartworm and hookworm can be fatal to puppies so dont wait to see your vet for treatment. If you observe any of these symptoms in your dog in addition to offering some treatment or home remedy you must take them to the vet for a review they will check how the parasites have affected the health of your dog and ensure whether or not there is a dangerous underlying issue
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