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How Often Should a Puppy Be Wormed?

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You should worm a weaned puppy every two weeks. This should continue until the puppy reaches 12 weeks old. From then on, you should worm the puppy every month. Carry on with this rate up to the time when the puppy is considered an adult which should be when it is six months old.
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Puppies should be wormed every two weeks if they are weaned until they are 12 weeks old. When they are 12 weeks they should wormed once every month until they are six months old. If your puppy had worms it may exhibit the following conditions, loss of appetite, diarrhoea or vomiting.
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Weaned puppies or kittens should be wormed every 2 weeks until 12 weeks of age. Then every month until 6 months of age when they can be treated as adults.
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Puppies can get worms from several different sources. Swallowing fleas when chewing on an itch can transmit tapeworms, and roundworms and whipworms can come from contact with infected
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I give my dog a dewormer med once a month.
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1. Visit your veterinarian to get the correct dose of Ivermectin for your puppy. Dosages vary based on breed and size. Pet Place recommends using 0.0015 mg to 0.003 mg for every pound
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