Dogs owners: A great natural way to get rid of your dog's worms.

@flpoolbum (2885)
United States
November 8, 2017 10:13am CST
So far, using grinded pumpkins seeds to get rid of worms in my puppy is working really well. I had to get a stool sample for the vet this morning and it was loaded with them. I have only been adding the seeds to her food for two days. I bought small pumpkins and after getting the seeds, I followed instructions from the internet on how to remove the outer shell to use the pumpkin's "meat" for pumpkin pie. I had to wait until payday (today) to go to the vet. I wanted to do something right away. Also, I was curious if it would work.
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@Corbin5 (116530)
• United States
8 Nov
So glad the ground pumpkin seeds are working!!
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@flpoolbum (2885)
• United States
8 Nov
This is a better picture.
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@Corbin5 (116530)
• United States
8 Nov
@flpoolbum You have an absolutely adorable puppy!!!!
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@flpoolbum (2885)
• United States
9 Nov
@Corbin5 ~Thank you. I loved her the moment that I saw her picture online.
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@NJChicaa (46369)
• United States
8 Nov
If the stool was loaded with worms, your "natural" remedy is not working. Just get the pyrantel from the vet and use that. It is safe, effective, and inexpensive.
@flpoolbum (2885)
• United States
8 Nov
Actually, @NJChicaa, it is working. The pumpkin seeds expel the worms and can prevent you dog from getting them. I had to wait until payday to go to the vet. For some people like me, miney is tight and people may not be able to afford to go to a veterinarian.
@NJChicaa (46369)
• United States
8 Nov
@flpoolbum How do pumpkin seeds prevent dogs from ingesting worm eggs? Riddle me that.
@flpoolbum (2885)
• United States
8 Nov
@NJChicaa ~For one thing, won't let my puppy smell another dog's feces. I'm not quite sure how to safely repeal mosquitos from dogs, I 'll have to check that out for when Spring gets here. Right now it's the beginning of Winter.
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@marguicha (102375)
• Chile
8 Nov
There are meds that work.
@flpoolbum (2885)
• United States
8 Nov
@marguicha ~Not everyone can afford to go to the veterinarian to get the medicine. Besides, who knows what chemicals are in those medicines. I prefer natural solutions whenever possible.
• United States
14 Nov
That is awesome news and I like hearing about how food can naturally act as wonderful medicine !