Whipworm Infection in Dogs and Cats

The whipworm of dogs is substantially smaller than the other worms (a mere 30-50 mm in length, about a half inch maximum). The "head" (or more accurately the digestive end of the worm) is skinny vs. its stout tail (or reproductive end) which gives the worm a whip shape, hence the name.

Author(s): Wendy Brooks, DVM, DABVP

Web Page: https://veterinarypartner.vin.com/doc/?id=4952061

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