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April 27, 2014
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Both cats and dogs are susceptible to a number of internal parasites. These nasty creatures burrow into your pet’s body, causing all sorts of damage and leaving you with the task of treating the infestation. In left untreated, worm infections can lead to death, so it’s important to know how to prevent and treat parasites.The most common parasites to prey on cats and dogs are hookworms, whipworms, roundworms, tapeworms, and heartworms. The first four types of worms target the intestinal tract of cats and dogs. Heartworms, however, target the heart and arteries. Luckily, there’s an assortment of quick and easy worm treatment options to choose from. There are also plenty of preventatives -- usually in the form of monthly chewable tablets -- to keep these parasites from being a problem at all.Options for worm treatment include oral medications, such as prescription pills and over-the-counter chewable tablets, as well as topical medications.
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