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How to prevent dogs from worm infections?

Asked by Juul , Last updated: Sep 16, 2020

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A. Samuel

A. Samuel

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A. Samuel, Content Manager, Masters in Marketing and accounting, Florida

Answered Aug 26, 2020

You do know that you would like your dog to be safe at all times but sometimes you cannot prevent your dogs from getting sick. Worms can cause your dogs to feel sick.

These are just some of the things that you can do prevent tapeworms:

• Make sure that you will reduce the chances that your dogs will get fleas because this can attract more worms.

• Contact your vet to know about the right plans to deworm your dog.

• Do not let your dog go around some properties unsupervised because you do not know where the worms can be picked up.

• The chances that the dog will get the worms from other animals are huge.

• Regular vet visits will always keep your dog safe and healthy.

Take note that there are also some food products that can cause worms in dogs.

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G. Deacon

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G. Deacon, Civil Engineer, B.E(Bachelor of Engineering), Trenton, New Jersey

Answered Aug 21, 2020

Dogs are precious creatures that deserve a loving home and good health. Dogs, especially puppies, often have to suffer from parasites such as worms. If not treated immediately, it can make the poor animal sick.

• The best method of action is prevention.

• Regular vet checkups are mandatory for your fur baby.

• This care will ensure that there are no issues, such as worm infections. Keep worms out of your dog’s environment.

• Maintain the dog’s health by cleaning up feces and other waste materials. Dogs may become contaminated with worms from old feces that are still in your backyard.

• Wash the doggie bed at least once a week.

• Clean the kennel more often. When you take your dog for a walk, try to avoid animal feces, as this can be harmful to the dog.

• Keep your dog away from other creatures that could be infected with worms.

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