what could a small pink worm like protrusion from a dogs leg?

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Answered: How to worm dogs naturally?

You just naturally head over to a vet's office with a feces sample and get the right worming medicine to kill off the worms. Canines eat coarse grass to help scrub out worms, but it's not a cure by any stretch of the imagination. It just takes some of the parasites, not all of them.

Answered: Which breeds of dogs are most likely to bite ?

Ones that are trained to do so and/or abused

Answered: Which one is your favorite dog breed ?

I love Papillons. With long-haired chihuahuas second.

Answered: Dog Food

I think three times a day is good. but you's better not feed too much for your dog.
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