Pet Care – Deworming | Wormor | Sign | Tips in Dogs | Puppy – Bhola Shola | Harwinder Singh Grewal



Pet Care is an pet awareness initiative by Harwinder Garewal. Who is owner of Garewal Pet Shop and Farm, Main Road, Adampur. In this video he tells about deworming in Dogs in Hindi Language.

Worms or parasites are one of the more common problems encountered in canine veterinary practice. Several different types of worms may be seen in dogs and puppies: roundworms, hookworms, tapeworms, whipworms, and coccidia. Your veterinarian can recommend an appropriate dewormer for your dog depending on the type of worms your pet has. This is best determined by having your veterinarian examine a stool sample. Always consult with your veterinarian before giving you dog or puppy a wormer, even an over-the-counter one.

Worming schedules will vary depending on the product and your dog’s age, as mentioned below, regarding Pyrantel in young puppies. Typically puppies will be treated every two to three weeks for two or three treatments to ensure elimination of roundworms and hookworms. Adult dogs are typically wormed when specific parasites are found on microscopic exam of stool samples, except in cases of bloody diarrhea where whipworms are suspected, since these parasites are difficult to diagnose on many stool samples. Monthly heartworm preventatives will often be effective in killing other parasites such as hookworms and roundworms, as well as in preventing whipworms. Veterinarians usually won’t worm pregnant dogs until after delivery, since most puppies will be born with roundworms no matter how often adult pets are wormed.

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