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Excerpt from The Dog as a Carrier of Parasites and Disease
One preventive measure for suppressing gid is, of course, to destroy the brains find the coenuri of giddy animals, which can be done by burning them or by breaking the skull and covering the brain with formaldehyde, sheep dip, or some similar substance. Another meas ure is to administer a vermifuge to sheep dogs and so rid them of their tapeworms, and to do this often enough to keep them free from tapeworms. But it is obviously of little avail to a sheepman to have his own dogs free of tapeworm if his. Neighbor's dogs or ownerless dogs or strays of any sort are free to carry tapeworm onto his range or pasture and infect the grazing and thereby infect his sheep. From losses originating this way he must be pro tected by measures looking tothe restraint of dogs that recognize an owner and the elimination of those that do not.
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