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.
Most adult dogs don’t show symptoms but can spread the infection through their feces, which contaminate the soil.
Whipworm eggs survive in the environment for a long time, so reinfection after treatment is quite common.
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.
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).
Unlike chemical wormers, Worm Free Naturally is safe for puppies and pregnant and lactating females.
Will a Natural Dog Wormer Work for my Dog?
Worm Free Naturally is a natural dog wormer that works by scratching the outside of worms causing them to dehydrate and slowly die. While it’s fatal to the worms, it’s 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 deworming your dog and, like any drugs, they all have side effects.
Worm Free Naturally is an effective natural dog dewormer 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 deworming 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 deworming drugs.
Will my dog eat a natural dog wormer?
Worm Free 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.
Worm Free Naturally contains organic probiotics along with vitamins and trace minerals every dog needs to stay healthy.
Ingredients: Food Grade Diatomaceous Earth, Probiotics, Organic Kelp, Vitamin A, D3, E
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