No. Only worm medication will rid the dog of worms.
No, salt is not good for dogs, and neither the garlic or the salt would be effective against worms anyway. Find out what kind of worms they have, and go ahead and just give them the correct medication for it. The pills are not very expensive.
No, you shouldn't do that it might harm the dog. You might rather just put some garlic powder (not garlic salt) in the dogs food and mix it. It will work.
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No, garlic is not an effective treatment for tape worms. You will need to get medications from your veterinarian to get rid of tape worms, as the medications available in farm supply and department stores in the United States are also not effective against tape worms. In addition, garlic may have severe side effects for your cat, including anemia (too few red blood cells that carry oxygen) and gastrointestinal problems (such as vomiting, diarrhea, etc.). When in doubt, see your vet.
Garlic can rid the human body of worms, as well as an herb called wormwood.
no Find a dewormer that is carried in the pet stores or through your Veterinarian. It would be best to take your dog in for a check up along with a sample of his or her stool so that the Vet can check it out for internal parasites.
i am prego and well i cant take the medications that the dr told me i need to take to get rid of them i found garlic and grapefruit seed extract ( three times a day in juice)worked wonders and got rid of them but it did take lots of garlic.
A bug that eats up all the food in a dogs body. Take it to a vet to get rid of it.
First of all garlic is toxic to dogs, second of all the only thing going to get rid of fleas is an antiparasitic like advantage multi, revolution, or sentinal.
i'm not so sure, i've never given any of my dogs garlic pills for fleas. Ask your vet, that'll probably be the safest option. xx
No. Whoever told you that needs to go back to school. Garlic is poisonous to dogs. Garlic (and onions) cause haemolytic anaemia in dogs (the bursting of red blood cells). Too much of it will obviously mean that oxygen being carried by the cells is not reaching the organs, so the dog will die. Never give a dog onion or garlic under any circumstances. And no, garlic does not get rid of fleas.
Ivermectin or Pyrantel Pamoate. You can get them from the vet or from a feed store.
To get rid of inch worms on trees, there are a variety of methods to get rid of the worms. You can try bus sprays and insect repellants for instance to get rid of them.
Garlic keeps some things away You are getting garlic confused with giving your dog garlic to keep fleas away. Some say this works and others find they still have to go to their vets for "Program" to control fleas. The odor of the garlic, as it leaves the dog's skin, can help repel fleas, but it will not kill them. Garlic is very good for lots of ailments. It "cleans" your body, and that of animals, of many harmful things and keeps one healthy. Apple cider vinegar is good also. I give my dogs garlic tablets that I bought especially for this purpose...just keeps them healthier all around. Try it on your food as well. Garlic is not for cats! Garlic contains sulfoxides and disulfides, which can damage red blood cells and cause anemia. Cats are more susceptible than dogs. Also, some dogs may be sensitive to garlic. It can cause vomiting and diarrhea Pumpkin Seeds - not just for Halloween That's one I've never heard before... I can't imagine it's more than an old wives tale. However, there is a natural dewormer that's just as easy. It's crushed white pumpkin seeds. Don't crush them to the point that they're powder, but fairly close. Give a small dog a teaspoon full with their meals, a large dog a tablespoon, and a giant breed two tablespoons. After a few days (4 or 5) any worms should be cleared up. A Good Dewormer for All Worms Pumpkin seed are good (for people too) but you usually won't have to crush them. I put them in my dogs food or just in a bowl and they go crazy over them, but that is more for maintenance, I believe. Aloe leaves (with spines cut off) ground in food processor with Diatomaceous Earth is good for most worm species. Freshly ground cloves, Wormwood, and cayenne pepper ground small enough to put in capsules and give 2 a day for 3 days then will take care of the worms, repeat in a week for three weeks to make sure all eggs/worms are destroyed. This will take care of all worms. It is very unappealing to see little squirmy creatures in your pet's stools or bottom. Not only is it not pleasing but also it means your pet is sick. Unfortunately, most puppies and kittens, if not all, will get worms so it is very important to check your puppies and kittens stools often. Some adult dogs can still get worms. The worms you can see usually cause your pet to vomit or have diarrhea. However, there are worms you can't see like hookworms that can cause more severe problems, including heart worms that attack your pet's heart. There are a number of things you can do to rid and prevent worms from taking up residence in your pet. The first and most important thing to do to rid and even prevent recurring worms is to make sure you get your puppy or kitten all the necessary shots. Getting pets de-wormed when they are young is very important. Puppies and kittens are either born with worms or they get them from their mother while nursing. You should get your pets de-wormed as young as six weeks. The next thing you can do to help get rid of worms is to keep fleas away from your pets. Fleas carry tapeworms. You can purchase a variety of flea sprays and powders at pet stores or from your vet. Again, check with your vet when purchasing a flea product for dogs or cats what is safe for dogs may be dangerous for cats. Hookworms are smaller than roundworms. They are called hookworms because they feed by hooking onto the wall of the intestine. Hookworms have pretty sharp teeth and cause the dog's intestine to bleed. Since hookworms eat blood, they like this situation, but too many of them can be very bad for the dog. Dogs can get hookworms from the ground where other dogs have passed eggs before, or from the milk of their mother if she was infected.
You should never use gunpowder to deworm cats. This is dangerous and often fatal. Since no one product can eliminate all parasitic worms, it's best to take your cat to the vet to determine what kind of worms are present.
There are several home remedies, but these are no proven. The best course of action is to see your doctor. Worms are easy to cure, but the medicine must match the type of worm.
oh,that,my dog had it,i went 2 the vet ...,they gave him medication,and sounds gross but he pooped......and the worms were swimming in the poop i mean u could c them moving it was disgusting!
It's called worms & common. They sell a medicine you mix in their food in pet supplie's areas.
You go to a pet store and get a dewormer. you hide it in their food. You give your dog the amount it says on the box.
Moth worms can prove to be very annoying for some households. You can get rid of moth worms by using pesticides.
Yes, using cloves of garlic along with cinnamon is said to help get rid of ants by discouraging them from entering your home or dwelling. The ants do not like the garlic, so they will not enter when garlic is present.
I need to get rid of worms that are eating my pygmy date palms.
mostly worms. but a good worming paste should help to get rid of most bugs!
There is no such parasite called Wolf Worms. There are many other internal parasites, such as round worms, whip worms, hook worms, tape worms, etc. You should have your dog checked for parasites. Take your pet to be checked up by a Veterinarian & take a small sample of his or her feces in with you too so the Vet can check it for parasites.