2 thoughts on “What is going on with dog tapeworm disease? How to prevent it?”

  1. Dog tadel disease is caused by dog ​​tapeworm and lion ticks in the small intestine and stomach of the dog. It is harmful to puppies, which not only affects growth and development, but can cause death. If the pregnant mother dog is infected with this disease, it can also pass the ticks to the dog.
    Themine tapeworm is also called a canine tick. The body is slightly bent on the abdomen, the male is 5-11 cm long, the tail is bent at the abdomen, the female is 9-18 cm long, and the tail is straight. The cashmere eggs are short oval, dark yellow, thick and obvious small bleal -shaped structures, containing uninterrupted oval embryos, and oval embryos are full of worm eggs. The appearance of the lion tick is similar to that of the canine tapeworm, but it is slightly smaller. The worm is slightly bent on the back, the male is 4 to 6 cm long and the female is 3 to 10 cm long. The eggs are nearly round, light yellow, smooth in the outer membrane, containing unbridden ovard embryos, the ovard embryo is not full enough, and the gap in the oval shell is large.
    The adults who are parasitic in the small intestine of dogs. After females and male mating, females produce fertilized eggs. Worm eggs are excreted from the body, and develop into the infectious insect eggs containing larvae under the appropriate conditions. When the dog swallows the infectious insect eggs, the larvae are hatched in the small intestine. The larvae penetrate the intestinal mucosa into the capillaries of the intestinal wall, flowing through the blood to the liver, heart and lung development. Then mix into the sputum and swallow it to the small intestine and develop into a adult. The history of lion ticks is relatively simple. Its larvae do not need to move in the body, and can develop directly into adults in the small intestine. During the migration of larvae in the body, some of them flow into other organs and tissues with blood. Some larvae moved to the uterus into the fetus through the placenta. Two days after the baby dog ​​was born, larvae entered the intestinal cavity, developed and matured and excreted eggs after 21 to 30 days. Therefore, a dog that is 1 month after birth can find insect eggs from their feces. The larvae moved to the breast can also be transmitted to the dog through milk.
    This tapeworm disease is very popular and the incidence rate is high. The diseased dogs are mainly manifested in weight loss, slow development, loss of appetite, constipation or diarrhea, and sometimes abdominal pain and vomiting. Special breathing sounds when puppies suck milk, accompanied by nasal row leaks. A large amount of worm can cause intestinal obstruction, intestinal cases, or intestinal perforation. Toxins released by insects can cause neurological symptoms such as excitement, spasm, and exercise paralysis. At the beginning of the disease, the migration of larvae can cause hepatitis and bronchia pneumonia.
    Is when dogs suffer from tapeworm disease, preliminary diagnosis can generally be made according to clinical symptoms and epidemiological conditions. To confirm the diagnosis, you need to directly apply the tablets and the saturated saline floating collection method to check the insect eggs. If you find more worm eggs from dog manure, you can confirm the diagnosis.
    This treatment can be used for this disease: propymole is taken at 5-20 mg/kg, and is taken 1 time. Clasonimidazole was taken at 10 mg/kg, orally. Pephimazole is taken 10 mg/kg, and served in a lesson or subcutaneous injection for 3 days or once. The driving spirit is 100 mg/kg, orally, the effect is good for adults; when the dose is added to 200 mg/kg, it can drive the larvae in the body. L -cariopiramid (deworming) is applied to the two ear shells according to 0.1 to 0.15 ml/kg. The intestinal worm was cleaned by 0.5 tablets/5 kg, and was taken once.
    The basic principles of preventing dog tapeworm disease are regular inspections and deworming regularly. The infection rate of dog tapeworms is very high, and it can be passed on to the dog through the placenta. Therefore, deworming should be carried out regularly. The dogs generally start deworming 20 days after birth, and deworming once every quarter. It is worth pointing out that canine tapeworms can be infected and causing larvae movement. Therefore, people should wash their hands after contact with dogs to prevent eating tapeworm eggs and get sick.

  2. 1. Preventive deworming, can be carried out at the age of 20 days of dogs. L -cariidazole is commonly used, 10 mg/kg weight, 1 internal service. During the deworming period, the feces should be concentrated or other harmless treatment.
    2. Keep the ground dry and hygienic, and disinfect regularly to reduce egg pollution.
    3. Regular inspection and deworming. Usually puppies once a month and adult dogs once a quarter. It is found that infected dogs should be deworming in time. The deworming medicine can be selected: 10 mg of levicidazole, 1 per day, 3 times a day, 3 times in a row; 1 100 mg/kg of weight, 1 internal administration; Internal service; 15-25 mg/kg of weight in the mountain road, 1 internal or two times in a row; Iveobacterin 0.2 mg/kg weight, 1 subcutaneous injection

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