My Dog Has Really Loud Noises Coming From Her Belly. I'm Afraid She Has Some Kind Of Parasite, But I Can Not Seem To Find That As A Symptom Of Parasites. Is This A Common Symptom?

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If you cannot find loud noises coming from her belly as a symptom of parasites, then it is not very likely that it is a symptom.  Parasite symptoms are not typically desrived as sound making.  Even tapeworms, which can grow to extraordinary lengths, have never been recognised as causing audible sound from inside their victims. 

This isn’t to say that there is not something wrong with your dog, but given the fact that you can neither find loud noises as a symptom of a parasite nor are parasitic creatures known, in general, to make loud noises, it is worth considering that it may be an alternative condition.  

Remember that while some conditions are discovered out of concern for a rash or lump or during a routine health check, most medical conditions are discovered because someone either goes, or is taken, to a doctor following cause for concern, from feeling ill to some sort of attack. 

While this doesn’t necessarily dictate that if there is no pain or discomfort your dog is probably fine, it does suggest that if your dog is not in pain it is less likely that she is ill.  If she isn’t ill then it may be something she is eating that is causing the problem so you want to consider changing her food.  At the end of the day, it is always best to see the vet as no one else can guarantee the accuracy of their answer.
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There is nothing to worry about if its just sounds coming out of its stomach it is generally called as gaseousness. There are many anti enzyme supplements that can help in this matter for example Maalox, Digel, and Mylanta. If problem increases then you should take special care of its diet. Few types of food cause gaseousness like whole-wheat products, soybean, bran, and lactose (mild sugar). Change its food to light low fiber diet if this problem is bothering your pet. Change in food should always be gradual so that it cannot disturb its digestive system.
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The same thing happened to my dog and I thought I was crazy to be feeling something thrashing around exactly like you describe it, also. My advice to you is to watch her eating habits and weight also if you look in your dogs eyes and there is specials of fish eggs. Silver tint color in the brown of the dogs eyes. Take the dog to the vet because your dog will soon get worse and die. As for myself having to see my own dog dying before my eyes as we speak. So please if you can afford the vet go.
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My dog lately bin eating things like an earring and maybe toys is this what causing the noises
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My dog is doing the same thing.. He does it slot he just pooped but is still doing it but he should be perfectly fine
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If your dog had worms like you are imagining it would be on deaths door. However I think you ARE on the right track. Dogs should be wormed every month or so after 4 mo old. They may not have symptoms at all. Keep poop cleaned up. Wash your hands CONSTANTLY as worms are highly contagious, wash the bedding and the area too.

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