Anti-parasitic formula from Good Herbs (online only ordering): VERY MILD w absolutely no side effects....just bad taste: anti-parasitical tincture, used for any parasite. I used this for worming the babies, and eradicated a heartworm infestation years ago. Our human family also uses this twice a year. This can also be used as a bacteria killer when the pup is ill....much milder than antibiotics and requires no vet bill....and in the absence of veterinarian diagnostics, if they end up not having a bacterial infection, it will only make them healthier. If needed, ask me and I'll give you dosing info. You can google them and find their site. If you have trouble, I can copy the bottle.
This can be used instead of heartworm pills. It will de-worm any part of the body, for pets and family members. I found out about this human preparation when a dog of mine, 20 years ago or so, had heartworms. I used this prep and the infestation was gone in 10 days with no side effects. Since heartworm pills have so many side effects, I have elected to use this prep every 4 or 6 months, just in case. I give it to the whole family!
We currently have 2 pups, if any of you would like another baby, or have a referral.
We have "Lady Gwynevere," from April's last litter. Her coloring is one of the rare reds. She was originally cinnamon, but will be a red-head. She is very sweet and a little bit shy. She will probably only be 6 lbs or so, and cries when she's left alone. Therefore, she needs a family that already has one of our pups, so that she won't be lonely, or a family that is home during the day. She sleeps around my head and I am already quite attached to this sweet little girl, so I will keep her if the perfect family doesn't emerge.
We also have "Sweet Pops," Cadbury's one and only pup from her 1st litter. He has a beautiful creme brulee color and navy blue eyes. He's sweet and playful, and very lovable!
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