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post #1 of 4 Old 04-07-2014, 08:09 PM Thread Starter
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We have been doing paste warmer this past year and it has been doin its job. I have seen other types of workers and people recommend them.
What do you use for deworming?

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Paste is just a form of deworming, it's not the class of drug. I highly recommend getting fecal testing and seeing what kind of parasites you are dealing with and the vet who does the fecals can recommend which CLASS of wormer to use.
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I use the standard pakt.
www.valleyvet.com/si_worms_facts.html
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We have been doing paste warmer this past year and it has been doin its job. I have seen other types of workers and people recommend them.
What do you use for deworming?
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Paste is just a form of deworming, it's not the class of drug. I highly recommend getting fecal testing and seeing what kind of parasites you are dealing with and the vet who does the fecals can recommend which CLASS of wormer to use.
Think it´s a waist of time and money.
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