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Dog Intestinal Parasites?
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Fecal tests are important to rule out potential parasite infections. Puppies require regular fecal tests as they are growing and adult dogs should be tested every 6 months, especially if they spend time around other dogs, in dog parks, daycare, boarding, etc. Use code DIGLABS at My Simple Pet Lab to save 25% on your next fecal test.
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Giardia in Dogs

You might not even realize it, but your dog could have giardia! Sorry to break it to you, but even if your dog’s poo is normal, they can still have an intestinal parasite. Giardia in dogs is especially well-known for this – so let’s take a deep dive into giardia!

Worms in Dog Poop 101

Have you ever done a double-take when you saw specs of white rice moving in your dog’s stool or her vomit? Is that really moving? Am I hallucinating? What is that? Are those worms in dog poop?

Stool Tests for Dogs

Stool samples are mainly used to check up on your pup for parasites and bacteria. Read about types of stool tests here.