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Symptoms of worms in dogs include coughing, vomiting, diarrhea, loss of energy, a pot belly, a change in appetite, a loss of weight, a dull coat or itching. There are also cases where a pet owner can actually observe wor... More »

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Worms in dogs can induce such symptoms as diarrhea, vomiting, dry hair and a pot-bellied or overall sickly appearance, according to PetMD. Sometimes there are no visible symptoms until the advanced, life-threatening stag... More »

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Worms can be identified in dog feces by a visual examination of a stool sample and a subsequent analysis of that sample by a veterinary professional, states PetMD. Worms and eggs can also be observed around the infested ... More »

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Symptoms vary based on illness, but vomiting, diarrhea, lack of appetite, lethargy, increased or infrequent urination, coughing, hair loss, loss of mobility, or any combination thereof can all indicate illness in a dog. ... More »

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