Parasites in Dogs

Parasites in Dogs

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There are many forms of parasites in dogs, but they all have one thing in common: sooner or later they will always affect your pet's health or comfort. From simple stimuli to life-threatening, parasites affect your pet in many ways. Some parasites can even infect and spread the disease to you and your family. For more information on how parasites affect your dog, keep on reading!
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