Hookworms Becoming Resistant to Treatment

Here’s what you can do to help avoid a hookworm infection in your dog.

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Hookworm infection is on the rise, but the drugs traditionally used to treat it are not working as effectively as they once did to kill the parasites. The worms literally hook onto the interior of the small intestine, causing symptoms ranging from severe GI distress to emaciation and weakness. Puppies can die from hookworm disease. […]
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