Dog Worms – What to Do

by Brigitte Smith on November 10, 2010

Worm Treatment for Dog Worms

 

Worm Treatment for Dog WormsIf you have a dog, the odds of him/her having an infestation of dog worms sufficient to require a worm treatment, at any given time is, believe it or not, extremely high.  Dog worms are in fact, a major problem for our canine pets.  The most commonly found worms in dogs are Roundworms, Tapeworms, Hookworms and Whipworms.  Cats, too, suffer from high levels of worm infestations.

In many cases, you won’t even know about it.  Just because you don’t see any dog worms, or because your dog does not exhibit any syptoms or behaviors suggestive of the presence of dog worms, does not necessarily mean your dog is in the clear.

And just because you are not aware that your dog may have worms does not mean that your dog is not being affected by these parasites.  Any dog worm infestation is affecting your dog’s long term health.  There is no question about this.

Left untreated, your dog can develop many and varied health problems as a result of intestinal worms, not least of which is a weakened immune system, which in turn can lead to a multitude of illnesses and disease.  Dog worms can also cause premature ageing and even death.

Worm Treatment Options for Dog Worms

Dog worms should always be taken seriously, and should be treated immediately there is a suspicion that your dog has worms.  One thing your vet has told you is absolutely correct – you should use a worm treatment and preventation agent.  Worm treatments should be given regularly.

One thing your vet may not have told you, though, is that chemical worm treatments are not the only option you have open to you for treating dog worms.  Natural worm treatment options are available, and do work well.

So why should you bother with a natural worm treatment when your vet recommends a chemical pesticide for worms, and probably tells you it’s safe?

Well, let’s just think about this for a moment … how could ingesting a pesticide not have potentially serious health issues for your dog?  Health authorities recommend that we rinse our fruits and vegetables before eating them so as to wash off any residual pesticides in order to protect our health. And those residues would be minute compared to actually swallowing a tablet laced with sufficient pesticide to kill off parasites within your dog’s body.  So imagine what potential damage these chemicals can do to your dog’s health.

Eliminating Dog Worms With a Natural Worm Treatment

A natural worm treatment, on the other hand, can effectively eliminate dog worms without the harsh side effects of the chemical worm preparations.  Dog Worms - Worm Treatment

Wouldn’t you like to avoid the risk of your dog developing liver damage, kidney failure, cancer, seizures, skin disorders, and many other serious health problems that can arise from the use of the chemical worm treatments?

Well, the good news is that dog worms can be kept under control, treated, and prevented by a herbal combination of Gentian Root, Neem Leaf, Cloves and Papaya Leaf.  These herbs are fatal to dog worms, whilst not affecting your dog’s health otherwise.

And what’s even better, is that they keep the worms away more effectively than those toxic pesticides.  Most people are not aware that worms can return only a matter of days after being killed off by chemical worm treatments.  Don’t believe me?  Ask your vet!

Click here for more information on a natural worm treatment for eliminating dog worms (and cat worms, as well), and keeping them away!

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