Hookworms, tapeworms, and whipworm: All kinds of worms can invade your pet’s intestinal tract and can cause diarrhea, vomiting or weight loss, but they can also be present in your pet’s body without any symptoms. Heartworms can inhabit your pet’s blood stream and heart and may eventually affect many different organs but your pet may initially be asymptomatic.
Heartworm infection is almost always preventable with medication. However, if a blood test confirms that your pet has heartworm, your veterinarian can advise you about treatment options.
Coccidia: The more common form affects the intestines and can cause weight loss, watery or mucous-like diarrhea and dehydration–or your dog may not show any signs of infection. One rare form of coccidia affects the liver and can cause appetite loss, diarrhea, liver failure or in severe cases, death.
Cryptosporidium: This intestinal parasite is usually ingested through contaminated food, water or feces. Symptoms include fever and diarrhea and, possibly, lethargy.
The Parasite Inhibitor guards against internal parasites by Bio Energy
Synthesis Technology, a programed process that emits frequency energy from the material that enhances the animal’s immune system to stop parasitic infections.