Internal Parasites in Dogs are on the Rise. Here's What It Means for You
7 monthes ago - By iHeart Dogs
By Dana Mortensen
Reviewed by Elizabeth Racine, DVM
The subject of “worms” isn't a favorite one to linger on for most. But according to experts, it might be time for pet parents to devote some focused attention to these common-and harmful-parasites.
Despite nearly four decades of veterinarians recommending monthly heartworm prevention and the widespread availability of safe, effective treatments for intestinal parasites, recent studies point to an alarming rise in the number of dogs infected with heartworm and hookworm .
The bottom line is that effective parasite protection is becoming...
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