WORMING, ALSO AS A PREVENTIVE MEASURE

A cat, dog or rodent can easily be infected with worms. Worms and more specifically worm eggs occur almost everywhere. This goes for animal rescues, dog kennels, catteries and households. Eggs can even maintain themselves under the best sanitary conditions. In the Netherlands the hookworm, tapeworm, roundworm and whipworm occur most frequently (in the United Kingdom roundworm and tapeworm are most common, hookworm and whipworm are quite rare in the UK). These are real parasites, they live completely at the expense of their host. Worms are in a greater or lesser extent harmful to your petís health. A neglected worminfection can even lead to death.

For the control and prevention of worms it is important to worm your pet regularly. In some case people (children) can also be infected. The chances of that happening are largely decreased by worming your pet regularly. It is advisable to worm your adult pets four times a year with a de-worming formula that kills eggs, larvae and worms in all stages of development. Chinese herbal medicine has developed the worming formula Wormfree. This formula kills hookworms, tapeworms, roundworms and whipworms. What makes this formula very effective is the fact that it also kills the eggs and larvae in all stages of development. This is so called broad spectrum de-worming medication. Wormfree is based on herbs and does not burden organs like liver and kidneys, contrary to the known chemical worming products.

Wormfree is also effective in cases where the more conventional wormers like Drontal, Exil, Flubenol etc. do not work. It is often the case that worms have grown immune to regular wormers. The worms, usually roundworms, will be present in the digestive system within a few weeks after worming. Worms are not immune to Wormfree because it is based on herbs. Wormfree does not have any of the side effects regular wormers have.

It is also important to :

Wormfree is an excellent replacement for Drontal, Masonil, Exil, Flubenol, Stronghold, Dolthene, Milbemax, Banminth etc.

Order this item Wormfree™, tablets   10 tablets $ 12,50
Order this item Wormfree™, tablets   20 tablets $ 21,50
Order this item Wormfree™, tablets   60 tablets $ 55,70
Order this item Wormfree™, tablets 100 tablets $ 91,80

TM= Trade mark

The Wormfree herbal formula can be mixed with food. In our experience pets eat it without any problems.

Directions for use Wormfree:

In order to worm your pet the following amount of Wormfree powder should be administered. This can be mixed with food over a period of 1 day.
Cat: 1 gram per kg bodyweight. With a bodyweight of 10 kg or more, 10 grams is enough.
Dog: 0.5 gram per kg bodyweight. With a bodyweight of 40 kg or more, 20 grams is enough.

The following table gives a few examples:

Kat, 1 kg   1 gram Wormfree powder   1 tablet Wormfree
Cat, 3 kg   3 grams Wormfree powder   3 tablets Wormfree
Cat, 7 kg   7 grams Wormfree powder   7 tablets Wormfree
Cat, weight over 10 kg 10 grams Wormfree powder 10 tablets Wormfree
Dog, 2 kg   1 gram Wormfree powder   1 tablet Wormfree
Dog, 8 kg   4 grams Wormfree powder   4 tablets Wormfree
Dog, 20 kg 10 grams Wormfree powder 10 tablets Wormfree
Dog, over 40 kg 20 grams Wormfree powder 20 tablets Wormfree


A good worming plan implies:

For dogs:

For cats:

 Product description Wormfree (incl. composition)

Specific infections in dogs as well as cats:


1200 mg tablet
 
1200 mg tablet
 


Study *1 gives us the following division of worms present in pets.

round-
wormen
hook-
wormen
whip-
wormen
tape-
wormen
dogs
puppies ++++ ++ 0 0
young dogs +++ ++ ? ?
adult bitches ++ + + +/++
adult dogs + +

+

+/++
hunting dogs + + ? ?
family-and show dogs + ? ? ++
farm-and sheperd dogs ++ ? ? +
street dogs +++ + ++ ++
kennel dogs +++ ++ ++ ++
cats
kittens ++++ ++ 0 0
young cats ++++ ++ 0 +
adult purebred cats anf family cats + + 0 +
adult feral cats and street cats +++ ++ 0 ++

++++ :

occurs in more than 50% of the animals

+++:

occurs in 20 to 50% of the animals

++ :

occurs in 5 to 20% of the animals

+ :

occurs in 5% or less of the animals

? :

occurs sporadically

0 :

does not occur


*1: Vanparijs O, Hermans L, Flaes L van der. Helminth and protozoan parasites in dogs and cats in Belgium. Vet Parasitol 1991;38:67-73.