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Old 01-01-2015, 03:11 PM   #1
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Default Gross, but please help identify!

Came home last night and my puppy had made a mess.. Discovered these white rice looking things in her poop, they were not moving. They look like tpe worm segments to me. She had been on trifexis for the past couple of months, and before that she received several doses of pyrantel pamoate for hookworms over the course of a couple of months. If anyone can give me a second opinion about this, I would really it!
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Old 01-01-2015, 04:56 PM   #2
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Hi and first up welcome aboard to Df I personaly can't say what type of worm this is but definately needs a vet visit get some gloves pick a egg up and one of the worms and put it in a sealed jar and go to your vets while they may be dead there could well be more eggs in side her ready to hatch and start the cycle off again One possible remedy (your vet will advise you on this)
is a board spectrum tablet that can deal with several species of worms but some worms may require specific treatments. Let us know what the vet says and good luck what's your dogs name and any pics??
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Welcome to the forum. Definitely need to visit the vet. Pups often times have to be wormed several times. It's usually nothing to worry about, just something to take care of with medicine.

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Welcome to Dog Forum! Maybe the vet can suggest a different drug.
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Welcome to the Forum! It's probably worms, but as others have said, sometimes it takes a few times to get rid of them.

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