Introduction:

The most common intestinal parasites in dogs and cats will be discussed using links from this page. Only the links to Giardia (under Protozoa, above), Strongyloides, Ascarids (Roundworms), Tapeworms and Whipworms (under Worms, above) are available. The Whipworm information is temporarily incomplete; other parasites will be covered here in the next weeks.

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