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Worming

Discussion in 'Dog Chat' started by sallyanne, Feb 9, 2008.


  1. sallyanne

    sallyanne Guest

    How do you worm your dogs,do you have to put it in food etc....

    I've wormed mine with Drontal Plus this morning and since they were pups we always made out they were treats.
    They just eat them no problems as they both think there getting something special :D:D
     
  2. bullbreeds

    bullbreeds PetForums VIP

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    I also use drontal. Never had any problems with it myself.
    I do exactly the same with mine exept for one of them which cottoned on quickly! :mad:
     
  3. Nicci

    Nicci Guest

    Pretty much the same as you Sallyanne ours just think they are getting treats so happy to swallow tablets, much, much easier if they are learnt this way as it's also easier to get them to take medication when they are poorly :)
     
  4. Eolabeo

    Eolabeo Guest

    I used panacur paste from 2 weeks up and never had any probs.

    I always use drontal for the older pup and adults :) excellent stuff.
     
  5. dad 2 a welshie

    dad 2 a welshie PetForums Junior

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    I too use drontel plus and two out of three eat them just like treats, Jilly however has to have hers hidden in a sausage. Clever girl she is.
     
  6. Dawny

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    I use Milbemax and my dog just swallows it no problem.
     
  7. nici

    nici PetForums Senior

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    i use milbemax but they are given to the dogs the same way a vet does it as mine wont eat them:)
     
  8. Tina

    Tina Guest

    we have to put ours inside some food like cheese or corn beef before they'll eat them
     
  9. Debbie

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    Drontal hidden in cheese or ham and it goes straight down then.
     
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