Worms?

Stephen G. Kayes kayes at SUNGCG.USOUTHAL.EDU
Sat Jul 29 12:12:53 EST 1995


Good Question, too little information

	Human feces or livestock feces, or pet feces:  identify the 
species that donated the feces

	Chancs are you are inquiring about a pet and the question may not 
be resolved to your satisfaction by just describing them as tiny, and 
white.  If this is the case, I suggest you see your vet and get help for 
the pet.  If you love your pet this is cheap advice at any price.

	Steve Kayes

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On 29 Jul 1995, Your Name wrote:

> What are tiny, whitish worms living in the faeces?  How do you get rid of 
> them?  How do you get them?  ANY information would be greatly appreciated. 
> If this is not the proper place to ask, please tell me that, as well.
> 
> 			thanks
> 
> (I hope this goes through; just set up PPP for Linux, and I'm not too
>  sure if I'm even connected right now.)  ;)
> 
> 
> 
> 



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