Intestinal Worms in Dogs

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Intestinal Worms and Parasites
in Dogs

Your dog may be infected with roundworms from the time he is born because often the mother passes the worms to the puppy while it is still in her body. Roundworms can also develop in a puppy after it is born when the puppy eats larvated eggs from the environment or drinks worm larvae in the mother’s milk.

Intestinal parasites are one of the most common problems veterinarians see in dogs. Although pets of any age can carry them, they are a health a problem primarily in young dogs, dogs whose life style increases their risk of exposure, dogs living in sub-standard conditions and dogs with other health issues.

How Will I Know
If My Dog Has Worms?


The silent nature of parasites

Many common intestinal parasites have adapted so well to their hosts (your dog), that they are living in balance and cause no visible health issues. But that can always change. It is when the parasites become too numerous that your pet’s health is affected. Because of their silent stealthy nature, the best approach is to try to keep your dog completely free of them before the balance becomes disturbed.


Poor Growth and Lack of Energy in Puppies

The most common early signs of intestinal parasites in puppies are poor growth, dull hair coat, scrawniness, lack of playful energy and diarrhea. Many of these puppies have bony bodies but potbellied, big tummies. Many are anemic.


Brittle Hair Coat

The most common signs in older pets are lack luster, brittle hair coat, boniness, listlessness and diarrhea. Some of these older pets become picky eaters, in some, the opposite occurs – they are ravenous and some show no changes in appetite at all. In adult dogs with parasite problems, multiple health issues are common. Poor sanitation that leads to parasite overload also increases their risk of exposure to other diseases and because their parasite burden lessens their resistance to other diseases.

What Can I Do
to Prevent Parasites
in My Dog?

Remove feces from your yard at least once a week. It also important you watch where your dog goes in the neighborhood dog park; these are often infested with intestinal worm larvae. Do not let your dog range free unsupervised. Keep it leashed to keep it from poking its face in the stools of other dogs.

Do not bring additional pets of unknown parasite status into your household until they have been wormed several times and their fecal status is negative.

Keep your pet on a monthly flea/tick/heartworm control product designed to also control intestinal parasites and have your dog’s feces checked frequently in persistent cases.
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Parasite Free Formula – Worm Treatment in Cats and Dogs


Herbal remedy to assist the body in naturally expelling intestinal worms and parasites

  • Aids the body in expelling intestinal worms and parasites
  • Effective against parasites in larval and adult stages
  • Relieves common symptoms of infestation such as gas, nausea, bloating, frequent diarrhea and sluggish digestion
  • Stimulates healthy digestion and the production of bile
  • Provides gentle and effective support in cleansing protocols


  • After using Parasite Free Formula for one month, my dog started to put on some weight and she no longer suffered with diarrhea. **

    - Michael, Austin, TX

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Product Description

Parasite Free Formula is a 100% natural formula containing a premium blend of herbs to help the body expel intestinal worms and parasites in dogs and cats, safely and effectively without hazardous side effects.  Simply mixing the herbs in

Parasite Free Formula with food on a daily basis for three weeks can provide the body with the extra support it needs to eliminate and overcome a parasitic infestation.

Parasite Free Formula has been specially formulated to safely and effectively eliminate intestinal worms and other parasites, without harsh or dangerous chemicals. The ratio, balance and dosage of herbs blended together in Parasite Free Formula serves to relieve symptoms of infestation, kill parasites at all stages and stimulate the systemic cleansing and elimination of parasites from the digestive tract.  Many of the herbs in Parasite Free Formula have been used extensively in Eastern and Western herbalism, with records stretching as far back as 2,000 years ago in China, India and Europe.

A healthy, well-functioning digestive tract is designed to withstand exposure to intestinal parasites and worms, eliminating them without significant problems.  The immune system quickly identifies foreign invaders and the intestines automatically flush out worms or other parasites encountered in daily life.  Unfortunately, when digestive and immune function become compromised or weak, parasites tend to take hold and manifest a wide variety of health issues.  Common symptoms of parasitic infestation are chronic diarrhea, gas and bloating, poor appetite, low energy, weight loss and weak digestion.  The presence of worms or eggs in the stool of infested animals is another common sign of parasites.  While many chemical approaches to intestinal worms do exist, many people choose to use a natural alternative whenever possible.

*These statements have not been evaluated by Food and Drug Administration. This product is not intended to diagnose, treat, cure or prevent any disease. The information on this page is designed for educational purposes only. It is not intended to be a substitute for informed medical advice or care. Do not this information to diagnose or treat any health problems or illnesses


Parasite Free Formula contains a proprietary blend of the following herbs in a therapeutic dosage:

Anise (Pimpinella anisum) has been used since ancient times as a culinary and medicinal herb throughout the Mediterranean region.  The oils found in Anise are toxic and repellent to parasites and intestinal worms.

Black Walnut (Juglans nigra) is a powerful vermifuge, which refers to its ability to kill parasites and intestinal worms.  Black Walnut contains naturally-occurring iodine, astringent tannins and other compounds known to be effective in eliminating parasites.

Buckthorn Bark (Rhamnus frangula) is a bitter herb used to help the body expel intestinal worms and parasites.  Buckthorn also helps to relieve accompanying stomach gas, constipation and sluggish digestion.

Cloves (Syzygium aromaticum) contain essential oils, volatile oils, tannins and other compounds that have been used to assist the body in expelling parasites.  The use of Cloves dates back to 300 BC in China, and the 4th century in Europe.  Cloves are effective against intestinal worms and help to relieve nausea, diarrhea, gas, and other accompanying symptoms of indigestion.

Herb of Grace (Ruta graveolens) is an evergreen shrub possessing aromatic flowers and leaves.  Herb of Grace, also called Meadow Rue, is used extensively in Traditional Chinese Medicine to eliminate intestinal worms.  Herb of Grace also relieves gas and helps to stimulate digestion.

Neem (Azadirachta indica) has been used for millennia, with records of cultivation dating back to 1500 BC in India.  While Neem was used most extensively in the Ayurvedic tradition of medicine, this herb continues to be used today for its many medicinal properties.  Neem is effective against intestinal worms and parasites.

Pumpkin Seed (Cucurbita pepo) is traditionally used as an anthelmintic, or a substance that aids the body in eliminating intestinal parasites.  Compounds called cucurbitins found in Pumpkin seeds are thought to paralyze intestinal worms, thus allow the body to expel them quickly.

Wormwood (Artemisia absinthium) is a bitter herb which promotes the flow of bile, thus stimulating digestion.  Wormwood also possesses powerful anti-parasitic properties, aiding the body in expelling intestinal worms and parasites.  Wormwood is thought to kill parasites in the larval stage, unlike other similar herbs.


Inactive ingredients are Purified Water, USP Cane Ethanol Alcohol 20%, USP Vegetable Glycerin.


Use 2-3 times daily.  Drops may be administered directly into the mouth, or mixed with food.  Continue for approximately 3 weeks. Repeat when necessary.

  • Cats and dogs under 20 lbs: 2-4 drops
  • Dogs 20-50 lbs: 5-7 drops
  • Dogs over 50 lbs: 8-10 drops

Note: Parasite Free Formula is not recommended for cats or dogs under 6 months of age or elderly animals with a weak constitution, unless under veterinary supervision.

Product size: 2 FL OZ (59mL), Minimum 2000 drops


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    Make sure you give the herbs with food. This is great stuff, very effective.

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