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Q. My Pomeranian took a shit and there a white slugish thing moving in it a size of a small worm whatcould it be please help im concerned

A. it's probably an intestinal worm, it's very common in dogs. you should buy a good dewormer (e.g. Drontal plus) and treat your dog with it twice in 2 week interval, that should kill the worms and solve the problem.

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DAVID ELBEZE, DVM, MRCVS

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