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Flatworm Parasite (Heterobilharzia) in Dogs

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Treatment

 

Your dog will probably be hospitalized while in the process of being dewormed.

 

Living and Management

 

Your veterinarian will schedule a follow-up visit for a fecal test one to two months after initial treatment to ensure that the infection has been eradicated.

 

 

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