Unfortunately it is a sad fact of life that sometimes dogs get worms. Since worms lay their hardy little eggs in soil and dogs often spend time outside in our backyards and going for walks, it is not all that uncommon for them to pick up these parasites.

They are irritating and dangerous for dogs and can often lead to bigger problems in terms of a dog’s overall health. Here are some useful ways to take care of the problem using all natural pet health care:

Prevention

Keeping your pet from getting worms at all should be our highest goal. One practical way to do that is to grind up pumpkin seeds and garlic into your pet’s food. This will help to prevent your pet from ever getting worms to begin with. This is a great way to accomplish this goal and it is done using all natural pet health care rather than chemicals.

But let’s say your pet still gets worms; there are some herbal and homeopathic remedies which are known to cure the problem. The following section will outline some of those remedies.

Herbal Remedies

One of the best herbal remedies for the pet that has worms is Artemisia Absinthinium or Wormwood. This herb is a fantastic digestive tonic, and is also a calmative which helps to expel worms.

Eugenia caryophyllata or cloves is another herb which can be used. Cloves are a strong anti parasitic with potent detoxifying agents.

These are just two of the ways you can use herbs to help your pet expel worms using all natural pet health care.

Homeopathic Remedies

There are a number of homeopathic remedies for the expulsion of worms, here are a few of the best ones.

Granatum Vermifuge expels tapeworms in particular and also helps with the abdominal pain your pet may be suffering.

Another good remedy is Naphthaline which also expels threadworms.

There are many combination therapies on the market as well which will treat more than one type of worm such as Homeopet Worm Clear. The best source of information in terms of your pet’s health and the possible solutions of the problems associated with worms is your local pet health authority or veterinarian.

There are many ways to treat your pet’s worms and to prevent them as well using all natural pet health care, these are just a few to get you started.

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