YUCK. Becca had roundworms in her poo this afternoon. Can I safely assume she got them from her addiction of eating other dogs poop? I'm grossed out by it, and can't do anything until Monday. I'll call the vet Monday and take in a sample after work. Should I take a sample from the cat too? The litter box is out of reach so I know Becca has had no access to it.

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Oh, poor Becca! I hope everything gets fixed quickly, worms are no fun!

Roundworms are easy to get rid of and a yearly stool check, particularly with young dogs, if a safe bet anyhow.

YUMM. Dog poop. And rabbit poop, too. That's a good way to get worms.


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