- Product Dimensions: 2 x 2 x 5.5 inches
- Shipping Weight: 5.6 ounces
- NATURAL DEWORMER FOR DOGS AND CATS: pinworm, roundworm, giardia, tapeworm, whipworm, and ringworm
- SAVE ON VET BILLS! Veterinarian Approved! 100% natural and safe for regular deworming & prevention
- EASY TO ADMINISTER! Simply place deworming drops on your pets food. No messy powder or pills!
- EXCELLENT VALUE - 100 ML/ 3.3 FL OZ bottle contains enough natural dewormer for 2-7 treatments.
- SOOTHES AND HEALS THE DIGESTIVE TRACT from the damage caused by cat and dog worms.
NaturPet D WORMER is a unique and powerful oral remedy with a blend of herbs that is 100% safe and effective when used as directed. Kill and expel roundworms, tapeworms, whipworms, hookworms and giardia Protects the stomach, aids digestion For cats and dogs Contains: WORMWOOD AERIAL PARTS - This is a bitter tonic that is capable of expelling worms. BLACK WALNUT GREEN HULL - The hull of Black Walnut has been shown to have strong anti-fungal and vermifugal properties. It has been used as a natural dewormer for pinworms, ringworms and tapeworms. BLACK SEED - Traditionally, this herb promotes digestion and fights parasitic infections and infestations. SAGE LEAF - Traditionally referred to as the “spring cleaner,” this herb helps in the digestion and expulsion of worms while helping to soothe the stomach and intestinal tract. FENNEL SEED - This herb is used traditionally as a cleanser. It also works to relax and soothe the lining of the intestinal tract. It also helps control and ease gas that builds up as a result of deworming. PAPAYA LEAF- This powerful digestive herb is useful in aiding the eradication of parasites & cat and dog worms. IT’S SO EASY - Just add to your pet’s food or water or put directly in their mouth! Dosage: 1-4ml depending on pet's weight. Consult chart on box. 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. Take two times a day. If worms return, start another course of treatment as new eggs may have hatched. Deworming kittens or pups? Don’t forget to deworm the mother as well! Animals often know instinctively when the treatment is complete and may refuse to eat treated food at this time.