Managing Parasites in Dogs Part 4Last updated: August 02, 2016
Dr. Bramlage, Revival's Former Director of Veterinary Services, gives breeders and kennels advice on managing parasites in dogs. Part 4, the final part in this Revival Education series, discusses coccidia and tapeworms in dogs. Dr. B also addresses managing external parasites like lice, mange mites and canine ear mites. Finally, we examine best practices on adding a new dog to a kennel.
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Other Videos in this Series:
Part 1 - Ascarids and roundworms
Part 2 - Hookworms, whipworms, and giardia
Part 3 - When to deworm dogs and puppies. Types of dog dewormers.
Donald Bramlage, Doctor of Veterinary Medicine practiced veterinary medicine for 30+ years and is known for his work in managing parvovirus. He received his Doctor of Veterinary Medicine from Kansas State University in 1985. He served as Revival's Director of Veterinary Services from 2011 until his retirement in 2019.
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