Our 3 1/2 month old Golden Retriever puppy threw up today and it had these long white worms within it. Some of them were still moving so we are sure it was worms. She have been to her vet twice, all of her shots are up to date and she has be wormed. We have no idea where she get these things or what they are. Has anyone had an experience like this? I'm calling the vet first thing within the morning, we're just curious as to what these might be.
Depending on where you got your puppy they may have used a dewormer that didn't cover cartridge worms. (that's what it sounds like to me) Puppies often are dewormed a few times. Your vet will likely prescribe an oral pill taken for a few days and it will clear up. The pill is normally inexpensive. Be sure to bring a stool sample to the vet that way they can confirm the type of worm and will be capable of prescribe the correct meds right away.
if they were long and round shaped like planet worms, then they are called round worms. A lot of pups are born with them, they can contract them from their mother, or from other dogs faeces.
lf she have been wormed then the worms should be dead, for them to be vomited a dog have got to have a really bad luggage of worms, l would take her back to the vets and catch her treated.
Puppies should be wormed at 2 to 3 weeks of age then every 2 weeks until 3 months old then every month until 6 months antediluvian, then every 3 months for life, that way she will be protected from worms at adjectives times.
lf she hasn't been wormed regular like this then she's not be protected and can easily contract them again.
A bad case of worms can basis stunted growth and can even kill a puppy, worming tablets from the vet are very effective and are to a certain extent inexpensive.
He must have some type of worm/worms. It is most DEFINATLEY not a from a "worm pit." This is a adjectives thing dogs and cats get. I am not quite certain how they get it, but my cat has threw up little white worms. My mom brought him to the vet and then he be cured.
1. Calm down he will not die.
2. Bring him to the vet as soon as possibly
3. Make sure he get's some rest.
Hope this helps. Good luck.
the dog has worms, dogs do get worms, im not trying to make up stuff. shouldn't your parent know what that penny-pinching? but when a dog throws up and poops out worms then it means the dog has worms, this can cost alot of money to draw from rid of, if you dont give the dog treatment then it can die, you involve to take it to a vet,
Answers: Puppies can vomit up roundworms & sometimes tapeworms if they have a hefty burden of them. It is relatively normal for puppies to have intestinal parasites, telephone your vet in the AM and let them know so that they can get you the proper dewormer. They may want to see her to do a fecal exam to be paid sure she doesn't have any other parasites. Even whether your puppy has been wormed they can still have intestinal bedbugs and may need several round of deworming to completely take care of them adjectives.
It happens worms can come out of any exit on a dog..just pocket him/her to the vet and get him/her treated...
Most likely she have roundworms, which are very common in puppies and kittens. Call your vet and hold a fecal sample checked to confirm this - although she was "dewormed", no deworming medication treats all the adjectives parasites.
Some parasites (including roundworms) are zoonotic, meaning that they can be transferred to humans. To state the clear, make sure your wash your hand and food.
The vet will know.
Yes, I had a cat do that once but she had a tapeworm. Perhaps it be just something your dog ate.
my cat have worms. it happens when your dog play around in dirt
too much! plus goood luck! you will requirement it.