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Early worm detection is important because each type of dog worm requires a different type of treatment. You should also be aware of the fact that roundworm and hookworm are zoonotic, which means that these worms can be transmitted to humans. Some worm infestations may show little to no symptoms, whereas others can demonstrate severe symptoms, such as vomiting, diarrhea and weight loss.

Canine Inulin PK

Fights internal parasites “ including roundworm “ and helps repair the damage they have caused. Deworming your pet is one of the most important care to give to your dog especiallly, if you have puppies. Our product is 100% natural herbal extract and it is safe to use on puppies. This product is recommended to use the full dosage for 2 weeks, off the product for a week and go back for another 2 weeks of full dosage and off the product for another week again. Repeat this cycle until the bottle runs out. The dog will be boosted for 3 months without any deworming product.

Wormwood: Antihelmintic, safe for puppies and kittens; also has tonic effect on the gastrointestinal tract.
Jamaica Quassia:
Antihelmintic, safe for puppies and kittens; enhances the action of the formula. Papaya: Enzyme-rich (papain), useful in dissolving canine worms’ outer layers, which shields them from proteases.

Oregon Grape: Contains alkaloids (berberine, berbamine, hydrastyne), resins and tannins; has demonstrated antibiotic, immunostimulatory and carminative activities.
Has anti-inflammatory activity, relieves digestive problems, and relaxes spasms.
Gotu Kola:
Clears toxins, reduces inflammation, and improves healing and immunity.
Milk Thistle:
Contains sylinarin, which accelerates the protein synthesis rate and stimulates new liver cells production; protects and strengthens the liver.
Protects the liver, improves bile flow and helps to emulsify the gallbladder content.


Natural treatment and prevention of intestinal parasites in dogs can be supported by the old home remedy, garlic. Don’t be put off by the studies that have concluded that garlic doesn’t work. Of course it doesn’t! Garlic is not fatal to all worms like potent medications, and likewise no deworming medication should be seen as a “cure” for worms. The scientific community is looking at it from the wrong point of view.

Worms thrive in a kitten or puppy that has an immature immune system or in adult animals in a compromised or run-down condition. The intestinal tract of an infested animal is usually clogged with mucus and breakdown products from improper diets and toxic overload, and the worms simply take advantage of the animal’s impaired state. Worms thrive in mucous and wastes.

Garlic acts as an intestinal purifier to dissolve excess mucus accumulations in the intestinal tract, thereby freeing the intestinal immune system so it can fight off worms without any help from chemicals. Mucus gives the worms a place to flourish, and when it is removed by the garlic, the worms become vulnerable. Rather than killing them, the garlic simply makes your animal an unattractive place for the worms to live. If your pet is heavily infested with internal parasites, his or her intestines may need a double dose of garlic to help restore a clean intestinal lining. Again, if infested and clinically sick, see your veterinarian for conventional therapy.

Cat/Small Dog (1–14 lb) 1/2 clove fresh garlic per meal or 1/2 capsule aged garlic supplement 2x per day

Medium Dog (15–34 lb): 1 clove fresh garlic per meal or 1 capsule aged garlic supplement 3x per day

Large and Giant Dogs (35–85+ lb): 2-3 cloves fresh garlic per meal or 2 capsule garlic supplement 2X per day

Fennel: Fresh fennel seeds has immense benefit! It helps in worm expulsion. It is extremely beneficial for baby dogs or a dogs with colic. You can give your dog a cup of fennel tea every day after meal to ensure proper digestion. For pregnant bitches fennel tea has immense benefit, as it enhances milk production.

Raw Turmeric and Salt: This is again a good and effective natural remedy for intestinal parasites in dogs. Grind 5 to 6 medium pieces of raw turmeric and quarter TSP of salt to make a paste. Feed it every morning in empty stomach.

Clove: Clove is highly anti-parasite. Give your dog a clove each day after meal. This will definitely act as a good de-wormer. Do not give clove continuously for a long time. Every alternative week for a couple of months will be enough for a large dog.

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