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By Anonymous - / Saturday 16 June 2018 15:00 /
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By  routerere  |  10

Well, if you've had this for weeks the good news is that you don't have much longer with it. Giardia is typically self resolving in most cases within a span of 2-8 weeks. Antibiotics such as flagyl are sometimes perscribed but not always.

An important thing to do is to figure out how your dog transmitted this to you. Typically contact with feces is the common way to contract giardia. I'm sure you can why this can be a problem and should probably be addressed.

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  Amanda G Rich  |  12

It's other name is beaver fever I believe. I know it's a parasite that affects the intestines causing symptoms like the one OP described, but I don't know much about it other than that.

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  wrhapsody  |  9

giardia is an intestinal parasite common in dogs and cats that causes extreme diarrhea and occasionally vomiting. it's is transmitted by fecal to mouth contamination.

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  wrhapsody  |  9

giardia is an intestinal parasite common in dogs and cats that causes extreme diarrhea and occasionally vomiting. it's is transmitted by fecal to mouth contamination.

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  wrhapsody  |  9

giardia is an intestinal parasite common in dogs and cats that causes extreme diarrhea and occasionally vomiting. it's is transmitted by fecal to mouth contamination.

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  wrhapsody  |  9

giardia is an intestinal parasite common in dogs and cats that causes extreme diarrhea and occasionally vomiting. it's is transmitted by fecal to mouth contamination.

By  Tamarine613  |  6

This is why people should let their dogs or any pet lick their face/mouth. They eat their own feces and lick their buttholes. That gets directly transferred to you. It’s a myth that a dogs mouth is cleaner, because it’s definitely not.

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