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Intestinal worms in dogs – how to avoid them?

 

 

The most widespread parasitic disease of dogs – helminthiasis (worm infection). According to multiple scientific research results, approximately 40 – 80% of dogs have had intestinal worms – roundworms and flatworms. How are pets infected with them and what should you do to protect them against these parasites?

 

Roundworms – a Danger for Young Dogs

 

Roundworms usually infect young dogs. Usually puppies until 6 months old are infected with them. According to scientific research, approximately 60–80% of recently born puppies are already infected with roundworms. 

 
The infection takes place in the organism of the mother, during the first hours of birth, the parasitic larvae start to migrate and infect a puppy‘s organism. Grown-up larvae produce eggs, which spread into the environment along with the faeces, likewise, other puppies get infected as well. The eggs of these parasites remain alive for about 1–2 years in the environment.
You are recommended to administer medicine against worms to young puppies for the first time when they are 3–4 weeks old, until 6 months old – once a month, later – every 3–4 months. Although young puppies are regularly administered medicine against worms, approximately 40% of adult dogs still encounter these parasites.
 
Flatworms – the Result of Fleas and Feeding Raw Meat
 
A dog is infected with flatworms via intermediary masters – fleas. The fleas feed on the remnants of faeces, as a result, they get infected with the eggs of parasites which are present in the faeces. When a dog suffers from fleas, while scratching itself may accidentally ingest them and likewise is infected with flatworms. A dog may be infected with tapeworms after eating raw meat, which is infected with these parasites.
 
How should you know when your dog is infected with worms?
 
After the infection, pets may start vomiting, suffer from diarrhoea (blood may be present), general feebleness, cough, the belly may swell, it may start rapidly lose weight. This condition is especially dangerous for puppies, since the worms, living in the organism not only feed on nutrients but also damage internal tissues, damage the nervous system, poison internal organs, and damage the immunity. However, frequently, you may not notice any symptoms at all. That is why it is very important to pay a visit to a veterinarian regularly; where, if necessary, the faeces of your pet will be examined by a microscope to determine whether it is infected with worms. Bear in mind that intestinal worms living in the organism of your dog are also dangerous for you as well, therefore, it is vital to take care of your pet properly and, of course, wash your hands after any contact with it.
 
A Natural Product – for Prevention
 
In order to protect pets‘ organisms against worms and worms, NATURE‘S PROTECTION team has developed the food supplement D-WORM FORMULA. It is 100% natural effective supplement for maintaining a healthy intestine system. The ingredients of the product are exclusively natural herbs that have anti-parasitic properties.
Before releasing this product into the market, it had been tested for 12 months. 123 dogs of various age (from 12 weeks old to 14 years) and weight (from 5 up to 70 kg), females and males, sterilised and non-sterilised, purebred and crossbreed dogs took part in the test. The results have revealed that the food supplement NATURE‘S PROTECTION D-WORM FORMULA has an anti-parasitic effect, as a result, reduces the risk to get infected with worms and/or their eggs. By regularly administering it to the pet, the intestines remain healthy, what is more, the efficiency of the product is 96%!

 

To ensure perfect pet‘s health, note that the supplement does not stop the occurrence of the worm infection, it eliminates the worms that are already present in the organism. Therefore, NATURE‘S PROTECTION D-WORM FORMULA is a perfect natural (non-chemical) solution for worm prevention – protect not only your beloved pets but yourselves as well. 

 

 

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