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    Anonymous
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    Has anyone heard of a dog having an alergic reaction to panacur at all? Been speaking to someone who has given her dogs a routine treatment & she said that one of the dogs was being sick so much afterwards that she had to call the vet again, they were going to give him something to stop the vomitting if he’s no better today.

    It’s a Jack Russell X & she is now quite understandably put off from using vet wormers again. Isn’t there a natural one you can make with Pumpkin seeds i read on here somewhere, or was that for something else?

    #85290
    *Nat*
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    I don’t touch vet wormers anymore  :nono: Not nice!!!

    Yes Mark pumkin seeds and stilton cheese is a natural wormer  🙂

    #85291
    Anonymous
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    Thanks Nat, i knew i’d seen it somewhere. Ok, so is there a particular way it should be done to get the best result? Cheese first i assume?

    #85292
    Anonymous
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    Hmmm, i looked in the stickies but i can’t find it now?  :-\

    #85293
    kizkiznobite
    Member

    the chemical does carry side effects the most common reason for reaction is an incorrect dose

    have a read of this link

    http://www.chelonia.org/Articles/Medical_misinformation.htm

    natural worming:

    scour the gut…the seeds do this
    then put back the good bacteria and re adjust the gut flora…the cheese does this…i use stilton cos i am a loyal county lass…but any real blue cheese or pro biotic will do

    i add the seeds to dinner instead of mixer or pasta etc…wait for a bowle movement then give the cheese…my lot get aboyt 4 – 6 oz of very ripe room temp smelly stilton

    #85294
    Anonymous
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    OK Thanks Bev, i shall pass that on. I think it might be better for her to try that instead because he really was so poorly that she was up all night with worry, he was sick about 20 times so none of the wormer would have got into his intestine to work anyway.

    How many seeds should it take?

    #85295
    kizkiznobite
    Member

    as they a food it really doesnt matter but for a jrt about a cupfull should do it  🙂

    #85296
    Anonymous
    Guest

    Ok thanks Bev. 😉

    #85297
    parsonsmum
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    One of my Parson terriers had a similar reaction with Pancur and with Drontal, and although my other Parson was fine, I don’t bother with vet wormers any more. Sunflower seeds then cheese……goes down a treat with my two!

    #85298
    deebee
    Member

    i have a vets bill for when max went to vet for first visit with previous owners.

    given panacur and circled on bill as having an allergic reaction and not to give.

    #85299
    kizkiznobite
    Member

    then all wormers using that chemical to be avoided…panacur…it a brand name

    #85300
    Diesel73
    Member

    Why use medical wormers regularly anyway? They don’t work preventive. If you don’t really suspect dog has worms, it no use stuffing chemical down his throat.

    #85301

    Wormed Honey once = her being sick – we not done since……………….

    #85302
    wags
    Member

    i once swollowed a LOT of horse panacur wormer

    :vomit: did that a lot

    #85303

    not even going to ask HOW you managed that wags!!

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