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Title: Types of Worms infecting puppies| VetSupply | Australia Best online Pet store


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4 Types of Worms Infecting Puppies in Australia
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About Us
  • VetSupply.com.au is an Australian company
    established with the aim to make shopping for pet
    essentials Easy, Reliable and Affordable. To this
    end, we have designed a user friendly online
    store that promises an easy and enjoyable
    shopping experience.
  • As our name suggests, we offer all the leading
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    range of food supplies for canines and felines.
  • We offer the lowest price online and to further
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At VetSupply, we understand our customers
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Intestinal worms can cause serious disease in
puppies and dogs of all ages. They have the
ability to kill a puppy and make an adult dog
unwell. Hence, it is very important for
pet-parents to understand the danger that the
worms pose to  puppies. It may be difficult to
know if your puppy has worms. Sometimes, you are
not aware that your puppy has worms until he gets
sick. Puppies can develop life threatening
disease with the worm infection.
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  • Puppies can be infected by four different types
    of intestinal worms in Australia
  • 1 Hookworms
  • If your puppy has a hookworm infection, you may
    see soft, tar-like faeces, or diarrhoea with
    blood stains in the faeces.
  • The puppy can lose a significant amount of blood
    in the faeces which can result in serious anaemia
    a very dangerous condition for a young puppy.
  • Since hookworms are very small they can hardly be
    seen in the faeces.

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  • 2 Roundworms
  • Roundworms are large worms measuring up to 18 cm
    in length. They are normally spread to the puppy
    while it is in the mothers uterus.
  • Hence, puppies can be born with a roundworm
    infection. These worms may cause diarrhoea with
    blood stained faeces.
  • A heavy burden of roundworm can also block the
    bowel due to the large size of these worms.
    Puppies infected with roundworms often have a
    pot-bellied appearance and a rough coat.
  • Once the puppy has been treated these large
    roundworms are excreted in the faeces.

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  • 3 Tapeworms
  • Tapeworm infection in puppies often results in
    the pet rubbing its bottom along the ground.
  • This behaviour is due to the fact that the
    moving tapeworm segments are irritating the
    puppys anus.  
  • It is very easy to identify the segments. They
    are normally about the size of a rice grain and
    are very active.
  • They can be seen with the naked eye on the
    puppys fresh droppings or on the fur around
    their bottom.
  • 4 - WhipwormThe whipworm affects the lower bowel
    of the puppy. It causes diarrhoea accompanied
    with mucus and fresh blood.

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  • So what needs to be done to eliminate these
    common worms from your puppy?
  • The answer is to use a high quality worming
    treatment such as Canex, Drontal,
    Popantel or Endogard For Dogs.
  • Puppies should be wormed every two weeks until
    three months of age, then wormed on a monthly
    basis till they are six months of age. Puppies
    older than six months of age and all adult dogs
    should be wormed every three months.
  • If you are using a monthly spot-on product to
    control heartworm and intestinal worms such as
    Advocate or Revolution, you should give an
    additional allwormer tablet like Drontal at least
    every six months, as these spot-ons do not treat
    all the intestinal worms described above.
  • You should also seek advice from your
    veterinarian before commencing the treatment to
    ensure there are no complicating health issues.

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Shipping Payment
  • Shipping
  • We offer FREE SHIPPING Australia wide for all
    orders irrespective of the size.
  • However, if we need to arrange for special
    shipments for some regions which are not covered
    by our courier partners, in such cases, the
    charges will be levied depending on the weight of
    the product and the zone defined by postal
    partners.
  • For further information, please visit our
    Shipping Policy page.
  • Payment
  • VetSupply accepts all major credit cards
    including Visa, Mastercard, Afterpay and
    American Express.
  • We also offer secure payment through PayPal for
    your convenience.

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