Seasonality and prevalence of common canine nematodes in the USA
A study evaluated data from over 39 million fecal samples between 2012-2018. Results showed an increasing prevalence for roundworms, an increasing prevalence for hookworms, and a slightly decreasing prevalence for whipworms. Prevalence of both whipworm and roundworm peaked in the winter, while prevalence of hookworm peaked in the late summer and early autumn.
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