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Live worms - how do you kill them once passed?

Discussion in 'Dog Health and Nutrition' started by little_miss_kitty, Jul 1, 2010.


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    little_miss_kitty PetForums Senior

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    Update from here Bodie has been prefect on his rice and chicken the past 7 days so we gradually introduced his normal food with it over the course of 3 days..and then the diarrhoea started again so I popped him off to the vets yesterday.

    He has antibiotics, poo samples for me to take, hills prescription food for 2 days and rehydration sachets. I am due to take him back tomorrow for a progress report and to drop of his samples.

    Coincidently yesterday was also the day his worming was due so i wormed him with advocat as I have been doing every 28 days......and then today he has had passed worms in his poo and some of them are still live :eek:

    I’m shocked as he’s never passed worms before and I’ve religiously used advocate every 28 days

    I called the vets as we're off there tomorrow anyway but apart from chucking his poo in poo bags into the bin is there anything else I should do i.e disinfect the grass where he's poo'd, anyway I can kill the live worms once he's passed them?

    (they are roundworms)

    Thanks
     
    #1 little_miss_kitty, Jul 1, 2010
    Last edited: Jul 1, 2010
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