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  1. Kenzie is 3 & been with me now for a year (most wonderful year) - for most of this year she has been on either Panacure, Nemex or Dronatol Plus and is still testing positive for hooks. Got rid of the round ones but not the hooks. Has anyone else experienced this? If so what worked for you? I very much want to bring another grey into our home but am concerned. I live in an apt. so she is walked different routes. I do have indoor cats & litter boxes are downstairs. She hates the stairs & won't go down them - even for a treat. Smile. Would you be afraid to bring in another grey?
  2. We woke up to a very nasty surprise today. JJ had vomited sometime overnight and there were roundworms in his vomit. There were 3 or 4 large worms and one small worm. They were dead, but we have no idea what time he vomited. I have a picture, but it's too gross to post, and I'm quite certain they are roundworms. We did start him on Revolution last month, and he's gotten 2 doses so far (which is an approved regimen for deworming in the UK). We called the vet clinic and they seemed to be in no rush to get us an appointment. The greyhound vet isn't in until Thursday. They said he definitely needs worming, but that we don't need to rush in today. Just wondering what you guys think, since at least in humans, once a person is vomiting worms, it is a very serious infestation. I'm a new mommy and I'm very worried!
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