Does My Dog Have Worms?

Does My Dog Have Worms?

Posted by Holistic Pet Care on Oct 23rd 2020

Do you have a new puppy or a kitten? One of the first things most new pet parents worry about is parasites.

Signs of worms in your puppy or kitty can include worms or “rice bodies” in his stool, a scruffy looking appearance, scooting and licking his rear, vomiting, and diarrhea. Luckily, you do not have to fear worms because there are foods, DE and herbs that can help keep intestinal populations in check and encourage their expulsion. Keeping your yard clean and free of rodents and fleas will also help.

There are many less invasive and more natural alternatives to conventional veterinary products that you might want to try.

“Most dog breeders and owners have been taught that the “responsible” way to deal with canine pests and parasites is to routinely de-worm and/or use toxic chemicals on and in them to repel fleas, ticks and mosquitoes. Indeed, one of the most common questions asked by a new puppy buyer is “when was it last wormed and has it been vaccinated?” The media has done a great job of keeping the veterinary industry in business by perpetuating the lies of the need for routine worming and vaccinating our dogs.

Routine de-worming is so ingrained in dog breeders, veterinarians and dog owners that most owners unthinkingly step right onto the relentless treadmill of chemical worming and using some form of toxic flea/tick product and give them a heartworm chew without ever even checking to see whether there is a problem with pests and parasites in the first place – it’s a precaution, just in case! This is the responsible thing to do, right?

To answer this question it’s important to understand where the thinking comes from for routine use of chemical products to keep our companion animals free of pests and parasites, “just in case”.

From Dr. Jeannie’s Post see more here:Worming Our Dogs – The Whole Dog Approach

Here is are a couple of natural dewormers It’s important to remember that some herbal substances can still be harsh on the body, so consult with a good holistic vet or herbalist if using the herbs that come with warnings.

NATURAL DEWORMERS:

Artemisia & Clove™ is a broad spectrum herbal supplement used to safely remove unwanted organisms. This formula is carefully buffered for long term use with sensitive digestive tracts, while still maintaining their full strength of action against unwanted organisms.*

Artemisia & Clove 


Holistic Pet Care Natural De-Wormer

https://holisticpetcare.com/holistic-pet-care-natural-de-wormer/

The perfect alternative to chemical wormers for pets. Promotes natural relief for worm infestations. 100% natural with no added chemicals.

Parasites don't build immunity as they can with chemical wormers. Effective agains roundworms, hookworms, pinworms, tapeworm and whipworm.

15 trace minerals - safe for the environment and for all animals. Works microscopically causing dehydration while damaging and killing the parasite.

Holistic Pet Care Wormer is a combination of organic herbs, pumpkin seeds and DE that will expel internal worms (parasites) Herbs have been used for centuries as a natural way to repel and control internal parasites as well as to improve overall health and build the immune system.

Holistic Pet Care Wormer is a natural and gentle way for those who choose to address animal health the holistic way. Contains: a proprietary blend of food grade diatomaceous earth, pumpkin seed, kelp, garlic and black walnut hull.

  • No reported side effects
  • easy to administer directly into food
  • Safe and Gentle

Check out this post for more natural dewormers:

http://www.dogsnaturallymagazine.com/herbal-options-for-your-dogs-worms/