Tapeworms are typically diagnosed by finding little white rice-like segments around your pet's anus or in their feces. Treatment for roundworms is by deworming with Strongid or other anthelmintics.
Bitches and queens should be treated to prevent subsequent litter infections. Tapeworms are caused by the pet eating/swallowing fleas carrying the tapeworm eggs. Tapeworms crawl out of the anus, and
are found crawling on fresh stools. We can give this drug to kill the tapeworms, but if the fleas on the pet are not killed/removed/addressed, the pet will have tapeworms again in about another
Unlike other intestinal parasites of the dog or cat, tapeworms don't lay eggs inside the pet. For that reason, when veterinarians perform fecal floatations looking for parasite eggs, tapeworms are
often overlooked. We usually have to see the segments stuck to the hairs around the anus, or in the feces or environment to diagnose tapeworms. The modern tapeworm medications work on a different
principal. They cause the tapeworm to lose their protective layer and they are simply digested.
The individual tapeworm segments all rely on the survival of the tapeworm's head if they are to remain within the definitive host animal and survive and, also, there is but one nervous system (under
the control of the tapeworm head) linking all of the proglottids together in the tapeworm chain (i.e. the individual proglottid reproductive units are not so independent that they have been given
their own individual nervous systems and brains).
Generally speaking, your pet can become infected with a tapeworm by ingesting fleas, rabbits, rodents and other forms of uncooked meat. While tapeworms can decrease your pet's nutritional intake,
they typically don't pose a serious health threat to adult dogs and cats. Tapeworms can be difficult to diagnose because tapeworm segments are only passed intermittently. But keep in mind, a fecal
test won't always show that your pet has tapeworms. These cysts are the infective stage for the dog.
Some dogs will start to scoot or drag the anus across the ground since their skin is irritated by tapeworm segments. It is possible for a tapeworm to let go of the intestines and migrate to the
stomach of the infected dog. This will cause stomach irritation and the dog will vomit the worm. Today, we have a safe and efficient way of treating dogs infected with tapeworms - medication
containing the active ingredient Praziquantel. You must not administer the treatment yourself.
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