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Re: Dog Worms
Reply #15 - Dec 21st, 2014 at 7:32pm
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oh yeah that's what I figured but with a vet appointment tomorrow I'm guessing he'll survive till then.
Just read garlic in their food helps too..
  
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Reply #16 - Dec 21st, 2014 at 9:27pm
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the sooner he gets a pill down his gullet the sooner those worms will die and dog can start to get back to health/non stinky,gurgly
Kawhia is right on the money.
friends had young pup from similar source and after worming it expelled a tennis ball sized ball of the wriggly huas Huh
  
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Reply #17 - Dec 23rd, 2014 at 6:36pm
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Sorry chaps was away a few days - yes worm him with a tablet, I dare say he is sorted by now anyway?
I can understand wanting to treat naturally, but internal parasites in young animals can have severe consequences if not dealt to properly. The active ingredients in worm tablets are very well tolerated, Id dose the little tacker weekly for the next few months.
  
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Re: Dog Worms
Reply #18 - Dec 25th, 2014 at 11:34pm
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Are resistant worms becoming a problem ?, our Sheep Dogs were part of a trial about a year ago. Pretty sure it was an in house study so dont know of any results.
  
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