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A pet can be taking parasite preventives with no signs of intestinal parasite infection and still be infected.


Pet Fecal Testing

Infected pets could contaminate their environment with potentially zoonotic parasites

Some parasites (such as hookworms and roundworms) are zoonotic and infect dogs and cats throughout the United States1-4.

Various intestinal parasites can infect dogs and cats

    • Clinical signs of intestinal parasitic infection in pets can include diarrhea, weight loss and anemia.
      • Remember that infected pets may not always show these signs.
    • Regular diagnostics and discussing parasite preventives are needed as part of your pet’s wellness exams to identify an intestinal parasite infection and provide the best possible preventive care5.

    Even when taking an intestinal parasite preventive, pets can still become infected due to:

    • Poor compliance with preventives6.
    • Becoming infected between doses of preventives.
    • Potential preventive resistance amid emerging parasitic threats.
    • Individual pet lifestyle and risk factors.