Intestinal parasites are quite common in pets, especially the cats and dogs. They result in retarded growth, illness, reduced hunger and many similar health problems. Our team of veterinarians at Bloor-Kipling Animal Clinic is proficient in diagnosing your pets for intestinal parasites by performing various tests which include stool samples.
Some of the common parasites found in cats and dogs include hookworms, roundworms, tapeworms, heartworms and many others. We can safely treat your pets to prevent the worms with a deworming treatment in Etobicoke.
Symptoms Of Intestinal Parasites
Intestinal parasites can lead to several infectious and deadly diseases. Their symptoms include vomiting, coughing, anal irritation, loss of appetite, diarrhea, weight loss and visible worms in the feces. These symptoms may or may not be visible unless the problem deteriorates. Being your local veterinarians, we offer the following services:
- Annual fecal examination
- Deworming medication
- Flea control products
- Heartworm testing
- Wellness testing
Heartworm Testing & Prevention
At Bloor-Kipling Animal Clinic, we are committed to provide heartworm testing in Etobicoke to prevent your pet from being falling sick and low. To identify a heartworm infection, it is crucial to find out the moving worms. If the test results are negative, we’ll still advice you to follow preventative measures. In case, its positive, we’ll start with the right treatment to provide relief to your ailing furred pet. If left untreated, a heartworm infection can even lead to death.
We Value Your Love & Care For Your Pets
Our veterinarians follow and attempt a fecal assessment on all new kittens and puppies who visit our clinic for diarrhea or worms. If your pet is facing health problems due to parasites, we are here to provide the effective medicines and treatments that allows it to regain its lost health.
Our prescription heartworm medicine, if followed with preventative care can not only restrict the parasites but also ensures the wellness of your four legged companions.