Wormfree Naturally Natural Dog Wormer

Rated 5.00 out of 5 based on 2 customer ratings
(7 customer reviews)


Wormfree Naturally is a natural dewormer that eliminates worms in cats, dogs, and horses. Wormfree Naturally contains food grade diatomaceous earth along with pro-biotics. It addresses the internal parasites, halts re-infestation by eliminating larvae  while also offering trace minerals and pro-biotics that are essential for a healthy digestive tract. Why wouldn’t you want to do that for your pets? Can chemical de-wormers do all that?

“I am so happy to find a product that is natural for all my pets. 6 dogs 2 horses and a mule are alot of animals and alot of meds. This natural wormer has changed the life of all my animals. I have seen worms dry up after a couple days with this product. My pets all look great and I know feel great. This is a miracle and its inexpensive to boot. I highly recommend Wormfree Naturally to everyone with a pet you love!!” L. Ladd Eidson, TN

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  • Safe, non-toxic, parasites don’t build immunity as they do with traditional wormers
  • 15 trace minerals – great for animals, humans, plants, and soil
  • Helps detox heavy metals, E.coli, bacteria, viruses, etc.
  • Promotes shinier coats
  • Digestive aid Colon cleanser
  • Better overall health
  • Reduces flies, fleas, ticks, etc.
  • Reduces fecal odor
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Why use a natural dog wormer?

Unfortunately, deworming is a part of having a dog. There are more than one type of intestinal worms your dog can get, and different types of worms can adversely affect your dog. The great news is, Mother Nature has given us everything we need for a natural dog wormer to be a safe and effective way to get rid of worms, without needing to resort to chemical dewormers that can be downright dangerous to the health of your dog.

Types of Worms

The most common types of intestinal worms in dogs are tapeworms, whipworms, roundworms, and hookworms.


Tapeworms are long, flat worms that attach to the intestines. If your dog has tapeworms you might see worm segments that look like grains of rice in his poop.

There are about 14 difference species of tapeworm. Fleas carry tapeworm eggs so if your dog has fleas, he could get tapeworm.

Tapeworm segments themselves aren’t infectious, but your dog can get tapeworms by eating intermediate hosts like fleas and lice, as well as rodents, rabbits or large animals such as sheep, goats, cattle, pigs or deer.

If your dog has tapeworms he may not show any signs of illness, but over time his coat may start to look dull and he may lose his appetite or lose a little weight.

Most adult dogs don’t show symptoms but can spread the infection through their feces, which contaminate the soil.


Whipworms attach to the mucous membranes (mucosa) lining the cecum and colon (both part of the large intestine), where they feed on your dog’s blood.

Adult whipworms are two to three inches long, tapered at one end, like a whip – hence the name.

Your dog can get whipworms from swallowing whipworm eggs in soil or water that contain dog feces. Signs of whipworms are diarrhea, vomiting and weight loss.

Whipworm eggs survive in the environment for a long time, so reinfection after treatment is quite common.


Roundworms live and reproduce in the small intestine. Adult roundworms are one to seven inches long and look like spaghetti.

Roundworms have microscopic eggs so your dog can pick them up in his environment, or by eating infected animals like birds or rodents.

For most adult dogs roundworms are low risk and don’t cause health problems.

But if you have a pregnant female with roundworms, she can transmit them to her puppies during pregnancy; in puppies roundworms can be more serious, causing diarrhea and vomiting, and may result in malnutrition and impaired growth.

If your dog has roundworm, he may look pot bellied, and may be lethargic or weak. He may also have diarrhea or vomiting, show signs of abdominal pain, and a dull coat. Weight loss can mean a more significant infection.


Hookworms also live mainly in the small intestine. They’re grey and between ½ and ¾ inch long.

The front end of the worm has a hook that attaches to the intestinal lining, where it feeds on your dog’s blood. Your dog can pick up hookworm larvae from the soil, through his mouth or through the skin on his pads.

Most adult dogs develop some immunity to hookworms, but if your dog is immune compromised he can be more susceptible to infection. Diarrhea and vomiting are the usual symptoms of hookworm.

Nursing females can transmit hookworm larvae to newborn puppies through milk, which can cause chronic diarrhea (often with blood or mucus) and anemia. Signs of anemia include weakness, depression, lethargy and pale mucous membranes (like the gums).


Why do you need Worm Free Naturally for dogs?

It’s a natural dog wormer that works mechanically, not chemically, to microscopically abrade the outer coating of parasites, causing dehydration and loss of body fluid. Which makes it fatal to the worms, but harmless to your dog.

And because it’s not a chemical, but a natural dog wormer, parasites don’t build up an immunity. Rotating wormers becomes unnecessary, saving you time and money.

Chemical vs Natural Dog Wormer

There are many different drugs available for deworning your dog and, like any drugs, they all have side effects.

Wormfree Naturally is an effective natural dog wormer you can use, so there’s no need to use drugs that can cause side effects and harm your dog.

Just read about some of the adverse effects that have been reported for common de-worming drugs and I’m sure you’ll agree with me that it’s not worth the risk to your dog.

Here are some examples of the adverse drug events reported to the US Food and Drug Administration (FDA) for the most common active ingredients in de-worming drugs.

Will my dog eat a natural dog wormer?

Wormfree Naturally is easily added to wet or dry food and most dogs don’t even notice its there. Since worms are in the environment there’s no sure way to keep your dog from being exposed and potentially reinfected. Many pet owners give it year round as maintenance to stop a re-occurrence. It makes sense to use prevention, rather than cure an infestion of worms in your dog. Keeping your yard free of poop will also help prevent your dog from picking up intestinal worms.

Probiotics and the immune system

Probiotics help maintain a good balance of healthy gut bacteria and can strengthen your dog’s immune system and help him keep worms at bay. Wormfree Naturally contains organic probiotics along with vitamins and trace minerals every dog needs to stay healthy.

It also works great for Cats and Horses !


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7 reviews for Wormfree Naturally Natural Dog Wormer

  1. Rated 5 out of 5


    Last summer my then-9-year old mixed breed dog Kelly began suffered greatly from her hip dysplasia. She hadn’t been bothered a great deal previously, but soon she was on Rimadyl and 3 pain killers a day and was miserable all the time. When her hip condition was discovered as a pup, I had been told that she probably would not make it past 8 years old. Then I remembered hearing that WormFreeNaturally had helped some arthritic horses. I give it to my horses so I thought it can’t hurt to try it on Kelly. Within 2 weeks she was off all meds except an occasional tramadol when the weather changes. She is back to her active self and is now 10 and still going. Since WFN was the only change, I have to attribute this huge change to it. Fourth of July loses some of its appeal when you have animals that are terrorized by the loud bangs. My dogs are in that category. This year I had a sample of PetNaturals Calming Dog Treats and gave each dog one. Both dogs quickly calmed down and actually took naps while the local fireworks were going on. Just like a normal evening. I can highly recommend them and have been telling other people with terrorized dogs. And, since then, when thunder begins booming, they will come to me and ask for a treat! B.Hicks

  2. Rated 5 out of 5

    Fran E.

    “I just had to write and tell you how grateful I am for this product. My little toy poodle has suffered with skin problems and worms for years. She has a terrible allergy to fleas which caused her to chew awful sores on her back and tail. After being on Wormfree Naturally for 3months now, she is like a different dog. All her skin problems have cleared up and she is bouncing around like a puppy, full of energy and vitality. She is 6 years old. It is so good not to be giving her drugs and chemicals, which I hated to do and not to mention the expense. This is an affordable natural product that just works!”
    Fran E. Bristol,VA

  3. willow

    I loved it! Worked great. I used this on my dog and 2 cats. I loved it! Worked great! My one cat is a Manx and a hunter of all. He is my carrier back to my Large Chocolate lab and Bull Mastiff. This product fixed them all. I noticed my dogs coat changed too shiny. I will buy again!

  4. A.Stuart

    Great product as my dog no longer has worms.

  5. S.Whitaker

    I am thrilled with this worm free product. I have been using it for 4 years now and can’t believe how good my pets look and how much healthier they have been. I now only give my dogs rabies shot every couple years and no other shots or pills. (I don’t board my dogs ever) .When I used to get worm meds from the vet, they were so much the weight of your dog and a large dog would require a $30.00 pill plus it was poison and very toxic. This natural product is a blessing and I know my dogs are taking something that isn’t going to hurt them and it is all natural. I also had horses and they did wonderful with it in their feed and I didn’t’ have to give them that tube of poison for their worms. Their coats were shiny and they were worm free as well!

  6. Triciab

    It absolutely works! No chemicals or harmful side effects 🙂 . GREATLY appreciate moderate price

  7. KellyJo

    Worked great for my dogs!

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