In our pets, these usually take the form of intestinal worms (internal parasites) and fleas and ticks (external parasites). ... If you will bring in a stool specimen, we will be glad to examine it microscopically to see if your pet has worms. ... worms and then bites your dog or cat, your pet could become infected with heartworms.
|Title||:||The Veterinary Receptionist's Handbook|
|Author||:||M. T. McClister, Amy Midgley|
|Publisher||:||Veterinary Medicine Publishing Company - 2000|