Naturally Getting Rid of Worms and Parasites for Cats and Dogs

This is one of the most important issues veterinarians must learn to agree on because nowadays there are so many puppies and adult dogs that die and become invalids due to the harmful deworming process they go through, as these processes usually involve a lot of strong irritating chemical medications that weaken their intestines and body organism. In fact more die because of the deworming treatments than those that die because of the worms and/or parasites themselves or due to any disease related to puppyhood. I need to classify the types of canine worms in a clearer way, although I can't really delve into a detailed description of everything related to worms and parasites – for that, do a detailed search in any search engine. Firstly, I want to talk about worms, of which there are two types although most breeders are not aware of this or it is hardly comprehended.

The first kind is the Ascarides lumbricoides, which again can be divided into many different types, although they all generally live in the small intestine; however, there are cases when, because of an infestation, they migrate to other organs of the body like the stomach or the bile (provoking ictericia), or even the lungs, the nostrils, or the eyes.

The other type is the Ascarides vermiculares, which inhabits the rectum and large intestine, and, in the case of the females, can even go to the vagina.

Treatment: If the infected animal is a puppy (or kitten), start with a one-day fast, and two days if it's an adult. You can add a little honey into the water. The amount is one tablespoon of honey for every bowl of water. In the night of the fast, administer a strong dose of castor oil – a teaspoon for a puppy up to three months of age and one tablespoon for an older puppy, and about a tablespoon and a half for an adult dog. The following day, administer a strong dose of vegetable tablets, approximately six to eight tablets. These tablets must include garlic, eucalyptus and other plants that have similar properties. After about thirty minute, administer a laxative food, like milk with tree bark and honey, along with oat flakes. If the dog's stomach is too infested with worms, he might throw up this food. In that case, you must give him the same food in about an hour. Any and all food immediately after this must be in small quantities. Keep the sgo on a liquid diet for about three meals. After a couple of days, the animal should be able to return to his normal diet. Otherwise, contact a veterinarian.

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