If your dog has worms in his stool, that needs to be taken care of right away. If the worms go untreated, they can end up being very dangerous for your dog. The vet can give him a DE-wormer. It's a simple process.
Because your dog has a serious case of worm infection! If it is that bad, I wouldn't try to just deworm, but take it to a vet who has more affective methods and can treat for the side-effects too!
by Michele42 7 years ago
Why does my dog dig on me when I am settled down?
by stardom143 17 months ago
Why does my dog chew off my other dogs fur? How can I get him to stop?we rescued a toy poodle mix ( not sure of the mix part so I call him a poothing) Teddy. Teddy like to pluck my other toy poodle's (Einsien) fur off. I cut Einstien's hair short but Teddy continues to eat Einstien's hair off....
by Myn Is Me 6 years ago
Why does a dog bury bones?
by VC L Veasey 2 years ago
If Jesus Is The Son God Why Does He Call Himself The Son Of Man?
by Eugene Brennan 10 days ago
Like over six months or more?
by alaina81 7 years ago
My dog has diarrhea, very bad smelly gas, and blood in stool?Just got a dog yesterday and he has diarrhea, bad gas, and now there is blood in his stool? Is this a need for concern?
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