External parasites are a part of the environment and they will attach themselves on your pets. Internal parasites are not as easy to detect. Keep an eye on the pet's stool and the fur around the anus. It's important to keep our pets healthy and free of parasites. Watch for any changes in behavior, appetite or water consumption. Parasites and other health problems can affect your pets as well as your family. Some parasites can be life-threatening if left untreated and can also transmit diseases to people. At some point in your pet's life, it will get parasites. It is always good to have your pet checked out by your vet.
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