A stray pup was found with severe blood parasites. Thankfully, the people who rescued him were patient enough to help the dog get better. The dog named Jacky is the only one who survived from the litter he came from. All his other eight siblings died in a car crash.
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Jacky is adorable prettyful beautiful pretty handsome soul….Jacky made it through and with love is the way to make any precious animal good. Animal step official and team are the best. Much love and respect for all. Take a good care of jacky ❤️❤️❤️❤️❤️❤️
When Jacky was found, he had ticks and fleas all over him. He was also very weak and anemic because of all the blood parasites in his body. Because of his situation, he had to undergo blood transfusion.
Is Jacky Okay Now?
After the blood transfusion and other medical treatments Jacky underwent, he became much better. He started eating and looked healthier.
Now, Jacky has turned into a really cute dog and loves cuddles. He has since been adopted out to a family who will love him fur-ever!
Isn’t it amazing to see how dogs can fight for their lives and how humans can give so much for a pup to live? Share this video to let people know about this happy story!
So, here I am going to share some effective tips that will help you to get rid of dog blood parasites. So, let’s start with the first and most important tip –
How to check your dog for blood parasites?
When you have a dog or any other pet, it is better to check their body on daily basis. There are many signs that can show you whether your pet has some parasite or not, but if you don’t have time then you can also follow these tips.
Firstly, check the fur around the anus. If you see white spots then it means there is some parasitic infection. It also indicates that the parasite may be entering the bloodstream.
Secondly, look at the ears. If you see white spots around the ear, then it means there is a parasitic infection. But make sure to take care of the ears as well as the teeth.
Next, check their eyes. If you find any white spots in the eye then it indicates that there is a parasitic infection.
Lastly, look at the neck and head. You need to check the skin between the ears, eyes and nose. This will help you to see any white spots or spots around the neck.
If you find some white spots on your pet’s body, then it means you have to clean them up immediately. The first thing that you should do is to give them an extra dose of dewormer for two days.