If you have a pet, you certainly share your living room, your furniture and even your bedroom with these animals.  In this case, you really need you to stop sleeping with your pet as this can be very risky ...
In fact pets such as cats or dogs, monopolize a large part in our life and tend to accompany us and are near us all the time. We love so much that we sometimes forget that they are animals and we allow them to acquire bad habits.
But everybody should know that your companions, as they are also affectionate and cute, they also develop parasites or worms in their bodies. When they are young, this proliferation of parasites can put their lives at risk because they contaminate the bloodstream and attack the vital organs such as the liver, spleen, heart, etc. They transmit themselves through feces or via a contaminated environment, and their development is favored during periods of heat and calving.
What are the signs that your pet is suffering from a proliferation of parasites?
Lack of appetite
Significant weight loss
Irregular bowel movements, alternating between diarrhea and constipation
Blood in the stool
Sleigh sign: the animal rubs the back ground to relieve itching
The presence of tiny white patches around the rectum
What is Deworming?
Experts are sounding the alarm about these parasites that can be transmitted to humans and that contamination can be fatal. Indeed, when they enter the human body, they can cause more or less disorders ranging from appendicitis or intestinal obstruction, contamination of muscle and brain tissue. In this case, they can cause eye disorders, neurological and even death of the infected person.
The most important would be to prevent the risk of infection by conducting Deworming, minimum 2 to 3 times per year .
Deworming is done by two methods prescribed by the veterinarian. The first is to kill the parasites using a vermicide, while the second is to get them out with a dewormer. If you have multiple pets, they must be deworming them together so they do not contaminate each other.
Depending on the type of drug used, treatment can be done once or at least 4 to 5 days. It is also advisable to do it during the period of heat and 15 days before farrowing to protect small unborn.
It is important to know that this process weakens the animal and momentarily disrupts its antibodies. We must therefore protect it from infections and avoid vaccinations during treatment.
In addition, a good hygiene to your pet and its accessories (leash, collar, bowl ...) is crucial to prevent the proliferation of parasites. Do not hesitate for advice from your veterinarian, who will also provide you the immunization Schedules that must to be done on time and renewed every year to protect your pet and prevent from Getting Sick.

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