Puppies With Worms

I need a home remedy for puppies with little white worms. I can't afford a vet.

By jewel hayes from Billingsley, AL


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February 20, 20110 found this helpful

Jewel, I'm sure you mean well, but dogs with worms need to be first diagnosed and treated by professional vets. I understand that money might be an issue, but you are doing them no favors by trying to treat them without vet care. If nothing else, please call around your area and ask if vets or animal shelters can help you with payment plans or grants. Your babies need your help . . . please search out sources than can help you help your puppies and not unproven home remedies. Good luck and best wishes.

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February 20, 20111 found this helpful

I don't know much about dogs, but I know heart worms are fatal, and they're white. Go get some medical attention for your puppies, before it's too late.


I hate to say this, but if you can't afford a vet, maybe you should think about whether you can really afford a dog.

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February 21, 20110 found this helpful

Diatomaceous earth given every day. Must be food grade. Your garden dia earth has poisons. Must be food grade. A healthy natural product. I get mine from www.earthworkshealth.com. Inexpensive and used in several ways. Fleas must be eliminated. Fleas carry worm infestation. Build immune system. Good diet (easy fix at home) with nothing from pet food aisle at the grocery store. Read my past postings for more.

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February 21, 20110 found this helpful

Hello, I have worked for a Veterinarian for over 27 years. Please take your fur baby to his/her Veterinarian.


There are different kinds of worms and they must be treated with an prescription. There is not a home remedy to rid your pet of any type of worm. Good luck

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February 21, 20110 found this helpful

For those of you that are looking for an all natural treatment for fleas, ticks, worms in and on your pets, try using diatomaceous earth. Be sure to use only food grade, as there are other types on the market that are toxic; such as that used in pool filters.
Check online at: http://gardenharvestsupply.com . Remember to ask your vet before using.

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