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    Case
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    What products do you guys recommend?

    Has anybody tried this: http://www.wormeradicator.com

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    T
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    Dang! That’s got a LOT of chemical power! I like to use a more targeted approach– it’s often plenty to use one of the active ingredients rather than all of them together. Using pyrantel AND fenbendazole is overkill, in my opinion. While these chemicals are “relatively” safe, why give something that serves no purpose and must be metabolized by the animal?

    My advice is to identify the parasites that actually are infesting the dog. At the very least, identify those for which the dog is at least at moderate risk of coming into contact with before choosing a specific product.

    Tabitha
    http://naturalalternativesvet.com

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    theBCnut
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    I’ll second that!!!!!!!! Don’t give chemicals your dog doesn’t need. Dogs and cats are dying from kidney failure more than ever before and it’s probably because most vets and owners don’t think twice about how much chemical exposure their pet has.

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