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Old 10-29-2016, 05:13 PM
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We have a bunch of dogs..really not our fault..people drop them off down the road and they take up at our place. Then some wound up getting pregnant and having puppies..heck..a stray dog came up...and got one of the dogs pregnant and ran away. So were left with the puppies.

Really dont want to carry them to animal shelter because they will get killed. We love animals. We cant really afford vet either for the many dogs we have.

I estimate we have 20 or a little less. Food is expensive.

Just tired of stupid humans not taking care of their animals and dumping them out. Think humans need to be taken out sometimes..they act worse than animals most of the time.


But anyways done with my rant...

What is the best dewormer for these dogs?

Thanks
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Old 10-29-2016, 10:14 PM
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LOL, the rant was really off topic on your question.

My vet always give proxantel dewormer.
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Old 10-29-2016, 10:35 PM
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LOL, the rant was really off topic on your question.

My vet always give proxantel dewormer.

lol i had to fume.

i wonder if i can get that without a prescription?
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nexgard and heartgard combination seems to be the simplest and the most effective method. - https://www.petbucket.com/Listing/se...ortDirection=0
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Well the dogs poop has no worms in it. Some of them have been wormed before and some havent. We want to do preventive. the main issues is their gums are white..

anemic i am assuming..could this be due to fleas as well?
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I think I have found a solution.

Goat Dewormer.
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