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  • What are the symptoms of worms in dogs?

  • The symptoms of worms in dogs can vary in their intensity. In young puppies they can be more obvious. Roundworms may cause abdominal swelling and pain, weight loss, vomiting or diarrhoea, and on rare occasions, rupture of the bowel. A young puppy that is thin with a ‘pot-belly’ is often described as a typically ‘wormy’ puppy.

    In adult dogs symptoms of worms are rarely seen. The symptoms an owner is most likely to see are worms or worm segments in the faeces. There are symptoms of worms you can look out for and you can learn more about them in our blog. But, the best way to keep your dog safe from worms is to treat them regularly.

    Adult dogs should be wormed at least once every three months. We recommend using Beaphar WORMclear® Tablets for Dogs, which is a vet strength wormer available from pet shops and online. It is suitable for dogs from 2 weeks of age and weighing more than 3kg.

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