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dog wormers, what do you use ?

Discussion in 'Dog Health and Nutrition' started by terriermaid, Nov 26, 2007.


  1. terriermaid

    terriermaid PetForums Senior

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    ive always used panacure in the past, but i recently changed to drontal as its only 1 dose (lol and it was on offer)but it seems to taste really bad ,you should see the faces the pups pull :eek:,what do others use ?
     
  2. Debbie

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    I use Drontal too
     
  3. Jenny Olley

    Jenny Olley PetForums VIP

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    I use Drontal as well.
     
  4. georges mummy

    georges mummy PetForums Member

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    drontal every time.
     
  5. Dawny

    Dawny PetForums Member

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    I use Milbemax. Smaller tablet, prescription only so stronger too. Works for me lol!
     
  6. basi

    basi PetForums Senior

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    Drontal here too.
     
  7. Eolabeo

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    drontal for the adults and have used panacure paste for the pups starting at 2 weeks of age.
     
  8. bullyb

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    i used to use panacur but now use drontal. the pups pulled some faces with the panacur with me!! you would think i was poisoning them!!

    i defo prefer drontal :)
     
  9. growler1961

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    we used panacure but didnt like giving it for three days as the pups hate it!
    they dont like dorontal either but as its only one dose its my preference
    my bitches have garlic in their diet i have not seen a worm since
    my last litter were wormed at two weeks and as im sure many breeders will agree its not a pleasant job but the pups seemed to be worm free:)
    i will give garlic next time, has any body else noticed this difference???
     
  10. Eolabeo

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    no, iv'e never used garlic but iv'e heard its meant to keep fleas at bay aswell, but ild sure like to know more about it where the worms are concerned :) anything natural is a good thing.
    how often and how much do you use in their dinner? il'd be very interested to give that a try and im sure many others would aswell.
     
  11. growler1961

    growler1961 PetForums Junior

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    ive tried raw garlic in the feed ,but the smell from the dogs was too much!!
    i now give it in tablet form from a company called dorwest ( dose by weight on bottle) my dogs love them so they are easy give! the only time they smell if they crunch them up, but its gone in minutes:)
     
  12. michele

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    Drontol xxlfor me too - never had a prob with worms since using
     
  13. michele

    michele PetForums Newbie

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    ahhh but i have to wrap it in meat or cheese to get it down!!!!
     
  14. Eolabeo

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    tyvm :) im going to have a looky for them.
     
  15. Victoria311617

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    drontal here
     
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