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Old May 19th, 2003, 12:00 AM
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Question Dog vomiting 9 inch (or longer) WORMS!

pleaes help! my dog is vomitting worms and orange stuff! it is infested with worms, the worms were crawling everywhere. She has been foaming at the mouth when she got hot too. Please help me!

you could email me at *** or reply on this.

Please help me! thanks..


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Old May 19th, 2003, 08:19 AM
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The longer you wait, the more expensive the treatment for these worms it's going to be. If they are 9 inches, they have been there for a long time, this is something that should be checked for annually. Not to mention, should be looked for in stole.

Get her to the vet ASAP
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Old May 19th, 2003, 08:19 AM
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for the love of god...

for the love of god...take her to a vet now.


is an emergency situation.

your pet may die if you wait around doing nothing.

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Old May 21st, 2003, 12:17 AM
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i did take it to the vet, and it was Round worms, nothing that serrious. He said she had them for along time i just got her though. Round worms come from the soil. i could not have taken him to the vet because i do not have an all night vet. The vet is only opened 6am-5pm. And the mobile vet would not answer my calls.so i couldnt take her to the vet.... the treatment of round worms was a white liquid. Round worms is not something that is a 24 hour killer. But it needs to be treated as soon as you can. the medicine is not a money taker either. It is a low cost of 40.00. and after 1-2 days they will begin to vomit dead worms, and begin feeling better. She went to the vet yesterday, and she took her medicine. Now today she is up playing and acting better than she ever has!
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Old June 22nd, 2003, 01:59 PM
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Thumbs up

I had a dog with worms. but we didn't know it until he drank my hot tea one day and a few hours later his stool was a big ball of white worms. Never had a problem again with worms.
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