What Do Dog Worms Look like?

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There are 2 main types of worms that dogs get: roundworms and tapeworms. Roundworms are circular in cross-section and can grow to 4 inches in length, whereas tapeworms are flat, and release segments which look like grains of rice .
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Hookworms are too small to be seen with the naked eye. Looking for the worm itself on your dog is not an accurate way of diagnosing hookworms. A vet can visually verify a case of
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1. Symptoms. Swollen Belly. Diarrhea. and. Vomiting. Dull Coat. Weight Loss. If not treated, Roundworms may result in death. Ad. 2. Treatment. The treatment for these worms are an
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Dogs get 2 main sorts of worms. Round worms are thin and white and about 2 inches long. Tape worms are much longer and generally passed in little segments that look like grains of rice. If you've seen something that looks like spaghetti it must be either a whole or large portion of a tape worm. There are a number of different Worms that can affect your dog. Roundworms, tapeworms, hookworms, whip worms and heartworms. Some live in intestines and some in the tissue. 
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