Natural Remedy For Parasites In Animals

stephaniemorris26 By stephaniemorris26, 18th Jan 2012 | Follow this author | RSS Feed | Short URL http://nut.bz/qkhse550/
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A natural alternative to giving your pets medicines that may not be working.

Chewing tobacco for your pets!

So we just got a new puppy not too long ago, and of course he has tapeworms. We have been giving him worm medicine to no effect so my husband started looking online and found a natural remedy for ALL parasites, for ALL animals. This can be done on any animal in different doses depending on size.
Ready to hear what it is?

Chewing tobacco! The nicotine is poisonous to the parasites, but will not harm your pet, and they can not build an immunity to it. We have not done it ourselves yet, but intend to as soon as possible. From everything we read it seems to be a really good alternative to the medicine.

For small dogs and cats you can give them just a small pinch of the tobacco to eat, or soak one tablespoon in about a shotglass full of water and pour it on their food. For larger dogs it did not give an exact dosing it just said to increase dosage as needed. Now this works on all animals up to and including horses and other farm animals. For a horse it said about a half of a big pack for a couple days in a row, once a year, should be efficient enough to keep you horse, well as healthy as a horse.

Make sure you are able to put your pet immediately outside or have the litter box cleaned and ready as it says it starts to take effect almost immediately. And KEEP THEM AWAY FROM OTHER ANIMALS!! As we all know dogs eat some nasty stuff and if they or another animal eat what comes out they will get infested with the worms, as this not only kills the adult worms but it also flushes out the eggs.

So for people out there that don’t like medicating your dogs, or the medications are just not working, I would definitely recommend this as an alternative treatment. And I will update everyone after I try it on my own puppy.

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Cats, Dogs, Home Remedy, Horses, Natural Remedies, Parasites, Tapeworms, Tobacco

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author avatar stephaniemorris26
I am a stay at home mother from beautiful North Alabama. I have 3 wonderful children.12 yr old twin girls and my 2 yr old niece.

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author avatar Denise O
18th Jan 2012 (#)

How can you recommend something, you have not even tried?
I do not know if Tobacco is good or bad for a dog, do you?
Have you asked your veterinarian?
I would ask your veterinarian before administering any thing to your dog, until you have asked a professional, keep the tobacco to yourself.

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author avatar stephaniemorris26
18th Jan 2012 (#)

I have tried this on my dog now, and it has worked wonderfully so far. He is now more energetic, and all the worms appear to be gone. It did not make him sick like the worm medicine did and has actually worked better since the worm medicine wasn't working. And due to your comment I did call the vet and he said as long as it was not cigarette tobacco he seen nothing that would harm the animal. Cigarettes have too many additives and he said he would not recommend using it.

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author avatar Otis
18th Feb 2012 (#)

I have used this treatment on my dogs for years. Glad to see others use it. I use a small amount of leaf chewing tobacco. I roll it up into a small ball and give it to them like a pill and it works with no adverse affect.

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author avatar Erica
21st Jan 2013 (#)

I have a 11mon old pitbull. And I just found out yesterday she has worms. My mother and a vet told me chew works so I thought I would try it out, I couldn't make her eat the food with the chew/water the vet suggested. My mom said to roll it up and feed it to her. I've done it twice. Little pinches because I don't want to make her up chuck.)

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author avatar Erica
21st Jan 2013 (#)

.... how can I tell if this treatment is working?

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author avatar Denise O
22nd Jan 2012 (#)

Well good for you. I am glad you have taken the time to call your veterinarian. This is all the reader wants. I commend you for doing so. I did not mean to be harsh but, when you did state that you had not yet tried it, then what was I to think. All I want is for us to be is fully credible on any thing we recommend for others and the ones they love. Once again, thank you for taking the extra steps.:)

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author avatar stephaniemorris26
22nd Jan 2012 (#)

Your welcome Denise O. Anything to make the readers happy :)

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author avatar Saffy
14th Oct 2012 (#)

Good article but the population isnt a aware that scandinavian snus is steamed instead of cured...Please note that snus tobacco from snus made in northern eueope is steamed, not cured, and therefore has almost no nitrosamides in it, in other words, its the least toxic tobacco there is, and has all the ingredients on the label. (very few ingredients). extra stark, such as Thunder Brand, has more nicotine.

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author avatar Jenna
1st May 2013 (#)

YES ! IT WORKS !! In 2000, my BF got me a boy Black Lab puppy. In a week, I noticed his belly was REALLY FULL. I just thought he was well fed. As it turned-out, he had worms because I saw a few 'spaghetti-like' things pop out of his pooter-hole one day - I FREAKED !!! So, my BF told me to buy UNFLAVORED LEAF shred Chewing tobacco and mix a ratio of 1:4 (1part to 4part) in his canned puppy chow. I did this 3 times a day (each time I fed him) for about 4 days and the on the 4th day, my puppy ERIC was in the kitchen, he went poo. (I was watching him from the dinning room table) and when he sat up from pooing, behind him on the tile floor was a pile of 'spaghetti' !!! The worms ALL came out at ONCE! They ALL raised their heads towards the sky and DIED right there in that moment ! ((I was shocked, disgusted, horrified and happy all at once)) My puppy had no more worms after that. I thoroughly inspected his poo for the next few days and there were no worm fragments. THIS NATURAL REMIDY WORKED.

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author avatar Horse girl
3rd Jan 2014 (#)

Yes it works. Our nearly 13 year old dog came back from death's doorway - probably heartworm - and is playful as a puppy. We give him (expensive) pure additive tobacco once daily. About 1/8 teaspoon. He is better than he has been in years.

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author avatar Kathy
16th Sep 2014 (#)

We have a 13 year old 70 lb. border collie mix with heartworms. Where did you get your tobacco and do you think the same amount would apply with our dog?

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author avatar Coree
29th Mar 2014 (#)

I have used this for my dogs and cats for years. I give it to them once a month. I fill a shot glass full of water and put one round chewing tobacco bite in the water. I also mix in 6 to 7 drops of grapefruit seed extract. I give my large animals 1/2 a teaspoon and my small animals 1/4 of a teaspoon with a medicine dropper. Works like a charm. I just recently had a puppy come home with parasites and it got rid of them in one day! Farmers use this for their animals because it's cheap and readily available and works better than the meds you get from the vet!

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