- Vomiting: Persistent or recurrent vomiting, especially if it contains worms.
- Diarrhea: Frequent loose stools or diarrhea with blood or mucus.
- Weight Loss: Unexplained weight loss despite a good appetite.
- Lethargy: A general lack of energy or interest in activities.
- Potbellied Appearance: Swelling or bloating of the abdomen.
- Visible Worms: In some cases, you may see worms in the feces or around the pet's anal area.
- Dull Coat: A dry, unkempt, or dull-looking fur coat.
- Itching and Scooting: Excessive itching, licking, or scooting on the rear end.
- Loss of Appetite: A decreased interest in food or refusal to eat.
- Anemia: Pale gums and a lack of energy due to blood loss in severe cases.
Signs of GI Parasites in Pet
Signs of gastrointestinal (GI) parasites in pets can vary depending on the type and severity of the infestation. Common signs may include: