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I’m glad he didn’t have any of those issues. I would think they already treated him for whipworms, but since sometimes it doesn’t show up on a fecal, they may not have. It’s prob worth a try. When you ask the vet about cerenia, you might also ask about pepcid. We used that with one of our sheps as well. Let us know how it goes!