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01-06-2014 07:27 PM
VTGirlT
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Originally Posted by huntergreen View Post
vt girl.....love hospital humor!
hahaha
01-06-2014 06:44 PM
GSDlover143
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Originally Posted by MichaelE View Post
That's either a worm or a piece of polyethylene tubing. That's a wopper right there.
Definitely a worm. Good thing the meds are working!

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01-06-2014 05:45 PM
MichaelE
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Man, got a hankering for spaghetti all of the sudden.
That's either a worm or a piece of polyethylene tubing. That's a wopper right there.
01-06-2014 05:40 PM
VanBuren shepherds
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Originally Posted by Liesje View Post
I have a 10 week old puppy and he was just treated for roundworm. The breeder wormed the litter twice, but worms are still pretty common in puppies and somehow he ended up with them. I noticed his poo was liquid for the first week I had him. No blood or mucus or any other symptoms that would make me think it was serious, so I took a fecal sample to the vet and they found roundworm eggs. They gave me 3 days of Panacur powder and recommended I treat my adults at home with ivermectin. I also gave the puppy 2 doses of ivermectin several days apart to make sure we killed everything. After the first day he pooped out several worms. He's been fine now for several days but we're running another fecal test this afternoon to be sure.
That's part of the problem if you get a puppy at eight weeks old it should have been wormed at least 4 times by the breeder not 2 times. Worms occur, but this amount and size should have been prevented by the breeder.


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01-06-2014 03:38 PM
SuperG
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Originally Posted by brembo View Post
Man, got a hankering for spaghetti all of the sudden.

Okay......that's funny......sick but funny

SuperG
01-06-2014 03:05 PM
huntergreen vt girl.....love hospital humor!
01-06-2014 11:52 AM
My5dogs I will never eat spaghetti again. The de wormer is getting rid of them. Hope he's better soon
01-06-2014 09:43 AM
Liesje I have a 10 week old puppy and he was just treated for roundworm. The breeder wormed the litter twice, but worms are still pretty common in puppies and somehow he ended up with them. I noticed his poo was liquid for the first week I had him. No blood or mucus or any other symptoms that would make me think it was serious, so I took a fecal sample to the vet and they found roundworm eggs. They gave me 3 days of Panacur powder and recommended I treat my adults at home with ivermectin. I also gave the puppy 2 doses of ivermectin several days apart to make sure we killed everything. After the first day he pooped out several worms. He's been fine now for several days but we're running another fecal test this afternoon to be sure.
01-05-2014 10:42 PM
middleofnowhere The pup I got from a humane society years ago had that size round worms she excreted after worming. That's what the wormer was for..
01-05-2014 10:27 PM
VTGirlT
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VTGirlT,

Thanks! Just Thanks! We have spaghetti 3-4 times a week!!! Now I am going to have to block this shtuff out somehow.
Hahaha your welcome!
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