I don't know who's feces (my dog or cats) had worms in it this morning but it looked like rice.
Is there a home made recipe that I can give them all (4 cats 2 dogs).to kill the worms? Can they catch them from each other?
do a google image search for tapeworms. if that is what you saw, they can be treated but you need to get the meds from your vet or a feed store or pet shop. It is available over the counter, no prescription needed.
they picked them up from fleas, do not spread from dog to dog
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