Why is there white specks in my dog’s poop?
What are the white moving things in my dog’s poop? If your dog’s poop has moving white specks, it’s a sign of a worm or infection. The most common are tapeworm, roundworm, or hookworm. See your vet for a deworming treatment if your dog has moving white specks in their poop.
Why does my dogs poop look like it has seeds in it?
A tapeworm body consists of multiple parts, or segments, each with its own reproductive organs. Tapeworm infections are usually diagnosed by finding segmentswhich appear as small white worms that may look like grains of rice or seedson the rear end of your dog, in your dog’s feces, or where your dog lives and sleeps.
What are the white dots in my dog’s poop?
Undigested Bones If you feed your dog a raw diet or allow them to gnaw on bones, some of those bones may pass undigested through their digestive tract. They’ll then show up in the poop as small white specks.