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The Scoop On PoopWhy Should I Have My Pet's Fecal Sample Tested? Why do we ask you to bring that foul smelling present once a year to RRVH? We are excited to give the scoop on poop not only for the health of your pet but, for the health of your 2 legged family as well.

Many people think that since their pet is not having diarrhea, losing weight or see worms in their pet's poop, they are healthy. This is not an accurate way to determine if your pet has intestinal parasites since most pets do not have any symptoms and the parasite eggs are microscopic.

Let's look at some facts. The CDC (Centers for Disease Control) reports that 14% of Americans have been infected with roundworms and 700 people lose vision every year due to these infections. Fecal analysis are an important tool to prevent your pet from staying infected and potentially harming your family.

It has been reported that up to 44% of potting soils can contain roundworm eggs and parasite eggs can be brought into our…

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