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The good news is that several simple-to-administer medications can protect your pet from many of these intestinal parasites. Many veterinarians recommend giving these preventives year-round. The key is consistency, even if you are on vacation. If you happen to miss a dose, call your vet for advice.

Keep your yard feces-free

Good sanitation is one of the best ways to reduce the exposure risk to parasites of your pet. That means cleaning up after your pet — immediately pick up all the dog feces from your backyard since the spread of most intestinal parasites is in contact with feces. A fecal-contaminated yard can be a source of exposure for many months since some parasites can live in the soil for a long time.

Consult your veterinarian Middletown DE about a worming medication that is safe and effective for your pet.


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