Natural Worm Prevention and Treatment
Prevent and Treat Worms Naturally
Question: Would you know if your dog has worms? Answer: Possibly. Believe it or not, in many cases you may not even be aware that your dog has worms. Some worms, such as tapeworms, are visible – you’ll see them clinging to the skin or hair around your dog’s anus, and also in your dog’s poo. But not all worms show themselves. In fact, the only way of finding out in some cases, is to have your dog’s faeces analyzed. Question: Is it dangerous to leave worms untreated? Answer: Possibly. In some cases, apart from slight irritation, your dog may not be too concerned about a mild worm infestation. However, there are a number of internal parasites (worms) which can be life threatening, particularly in large numbers. Your dog could even develop a hypersensitivity to worms, which can cause serious complications. Do you want to take that chance? Your vet has probably told you for years that you should “worm” your dog regularly – and the worming medications your vet almost certainly recommends are actually poisons – they poison the worms, so they must cause some damage to your dog, no matter how small. Question: What are the symptoms of worms? Answer: Possibly no visible symptoms, but symptoms can include:
- Weight loss
- Gastrointestinal disturbances
- Scratching, particularly around the base of the tail
- Mild to severe coughing
- Eating a great deal without putting on weight
- Bad breath
Heartworm are a major concern in many parts of North America, and other parts of the world, including Australia. Heartworm can kill your dog. Click here for more information on Heartworm. The heartworm pharmaceutical preparations on the market contain Ivermectil, which is toxic to your dog. It’s a chemical. Question: Is there an alternative to conventional worm prevention / treatment? Answer: YES! There are completely natural worm remedies which are equally as good as conventional worming tablets. And because they’re completely natural worm treatments, these worm prevention and treatment remedies won’t harm your dog in any way. One of my absolute favorites, that works a treat, is the Parasite Doctor.
Parasite Doctor is a 100% herbal remedy especially formulated for the healthy and effective expulsion of intestinal parasites such as roundworm, heartworm and tape worm. – Yes, even heartworm!
Containing herbs especially chosen for their known anti parasitic, antiseptic and bactericidal properties, Parasite Doctor can help to rid your pet of unhealthy infestations of internal parasites without the unwanted side effects sometimes associated with synthetic parasite medication. Parasite Doctor also helps to cleanse the system and contains herbs with antifungal properties, thus helping to reduce systemic yeast infections which compromise health and weaken immune functioning.
Question: Should you give your dog this preventative worm treatment all the time, or just use it as a treatment if your dog gets worms? Answer: Because you just may not know if your dog has worms, you should give your dog the worm treatment all the time, as a preventative measure. You can purchase Parasite Doctor online, and they ship almost anywhere in the world. It’s just so convenient. Question: Can Parasite Doctor be used for dogs who already have worms? Answer: Absolutely! But of course, it’s better to prevent the infestation in the first place! For more information on this natural worm treatment, and how it can help prevent worms in your dog, click here. And of course, if you haven’t signed up for your Special FREE 3-part Report “How to Improve the Health of Your Dog Within 30 Days – Maybe Even Lengthen Your Dog’s Life!” – together with weekly tips, information, strategies and resources for a healthier happier dog, sign up right here: