Due to the increase in demand for veterinary services we kindly ask that you plan in advance for routine visits. At this time we are booking 7-10 days in advance for Wellness/Vaccine appointments. In addition, all prescription refills will require a minimum of 24-48 hours notice.
A year-round treatment to flush out and prevent intestinal worms in dogs and cats.
Even though you can't see them, it doesn't mean they aren't there. Your pet can seem happy and healthy while intestinal worms are slowly damaging their body. Regardless of how much you limit your pet's time outside there is still a possibility they may get worms. This is why during your pet's annual visit the veterinarian may recommend bringing a stool sample. Most worms can be detected by using a microscope to look for eggs in the patient's feces. For other worms like heartworms, a blood test is used to detect them.
Although not always visible, some pets will begin to display symptoms the longer they are infected. You should look for:
Small activities from your pet's everyday schedule could be exposing them to worms. The best way to reduce your pet's chances of getting worms is to deworm them regularly even if you don't think they have worms. Keeping your pet on a prevention plan can treat and control worm infections. To reduce your pet's exposure to worms you should keep play areas, lawn, gardens, and areas around your house free of animal feces.
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