• Works to kill and expel roundworms, tapeworms, whipworms, hookworms and giardia.
• Protects the stomach and supports digestion.
• Suitable for cats and dogs.
D WORMER DOES NOT treat heartworms – please consult with your Vet.
D-WORMER is a unique blend of herbs that creates an unfavourable environment for pin worms, tape worms, and other parasites while protecting the stomach and aiding in digestion. You and your pet will love D-WORMER, but worms, parasites, fleas, and lice won’t! Worms are usually visible in your pet’s feces. Start the treatment immediately and continue for one week after all signs of worms are gone. After treatment is complete from D-WORMER, use IMMUNO BOOST to help your pet bounce back. Fighting worms takes a lot out of your pet!
• Determine pet’s weight
• Select the correct dose from chart based on pet’s weight
• Using the included plastic dropper, place dose directly into mouth, on pet’s food or dilute in water for consumption.
• Give dose twice a day
EX. If pet weighs 30 lbs, they get 2.0 ml in the AM and 2.0 ml in the PM.
Make sure to shake bottle before administering dosing. Sediment is natural for herbal products- it is just little bits of good stuff!
Refrigerate after opening. Product is good for 6 months once opened.
As a preventative measure, treat with D WORMER for 2 weeks:
For indoor pets: Twice a year – Spring and Fall
For outdoor pets: Four times a year – at the change of season.
Treating nursing kittens or pups? Don’t forget to treat the mother as well!
Animals often know instinctively when the treatment is complete and may refuse to eat treated food at this time.
Wormwood aerial parts (Artemisia absinthium)
This is a bitter tonic that is capable of expelling worms. It has long been used as an insect repellent and assists in the fight against ticks and fleas.
Black Walnut Hull (Juglans Nigra)
The hull of Black Walnut has been shown to have strong antifungal and vermifugal properties. It has been used to help treat a number of intestinal parasites including pinworms, ringworms and tapeworms.
Black seed (Nigella sativa)
Traditionally, this herb promotes digestion and fights parasitic infections and infestations.
Sage leaf (Salvia officinalis)
Traditionallly referred to as the “spring cleaner”, this herb helps to expel worms.
Fennel seed (Foeniculum vulgare)
This herb is used traditionally as a cleanser. It also works more specifically to expel worms.
Papaya leaf (Carica papaya)
This powerful digestive herb is useful in aiding the eradication of parasites from the body.
Determine your pet’s weight. Select the correct dose from the chart based on this weight. Using the included plastic dropper, squirt appropriate dose directly onto your pet’s food. Use two times a day. Worms are usually visible in your pet’s feces. Start the treatment immediately and continue for one week after all signs of worms are gone. Animals often know instinctively when the treatment is complete and may refuse to eat treated food at this time. If treating kittens or pups for worms, treat the mother as well.
Refrigerate after opening.
|0-25 lbs||1 mL|
|26-50 lbs||2 mL|
|51-75 lbs||3 mL|
|Over 76 lbs||4 mL|