Anne Miller

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We manage a 40 acre wildlife area of the Texas Hill Country in the Edwards Plateau at about 3030 ft above sea level. The region is notable for its karst topography and tall rugged hills of limestone. The terrain throughout the region is punctuated by a thin layer of topsoil and a large number of exposed rocks and boulders, making the region very dry and prone to flash flooding. Native vegetation in the region includes various yucca, prickly pear cactus, native grasses and wildflowers. The predominant trees in the region are Ashe Juniper, Shin Oak and Texas Live Oak. Soil is alkaline consisting of caliche and clay.
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When I get stressed, I stop what I am doing and come here to permies to unwind.  By the time I have read some great topic, I get lost and forgot what I was stressed about.
20 hours ago
My first thought is that they are hookworms ... not a good thing.  I can't say I have ever seen one and don't want to.  Maybe someone else will chime in with something better.

https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Hookworm

https://www.petsandparasites.org/dog-owners/hookworms/
1 day ago