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What are the common digestive tract parasites in dogs

It's a very confident and serious thing to keep a pet, otherwise you really don't want to keep it. It also takes time and energy to raise a pet dog. Among them, insect repellent is the top priority. How much do you know about the dog's insect repellent strategy?

Do you know the dog's insect control strategy

Because of my special experience, I attach great importance to the deworming treatment of dogs. First of all, it should be noted that since the drugs used for deworming are both effective and safe, the owners don't have to worry about the serious side effects caused by deworming. Generally speaking, there are four kinds of common digestive tract parasites in dogs:

1、 Nematodes, including roundworms, pinworms, Whipworms, hookworms, etc.

2、 Tapeworm.

3、 Coccidia.

4、 Pyriform flagellate.

Whether your dog is bought from a pet store or picked up from the roadside, you have to plan an insect repellent plan for him in the course of his life. Puppies should be deworming for the first time at the age of three to six weeks, once a week for four weeks. Then, once a month, until the age of six months. After six months of age, they are treated every three months. When I was one year old, I changed it to insect repellent once every six months.

If your dog is an adult dog and will often go out for activities, or may come into contact with other dogs, it is recommended to drive the worm every three months. As for pregnant female dogs, it is recommended to drive them once during mating period, one week before birth and three to four weeks after birth.

Before deworming, please remember to do a physical examination for the dog. The owners can take fresh feces (or the doctor can get fresh feces from the anal surface cover after measuring the anal temperature) to check whether there are any eggs for the doctor. However, it is suggested that whether the presence of eggs is detected or not, as long as the dog is in good health, deworming can also be regarded as a routine health care action.