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how often should i do deworming of the puppy?

hi all i have labrador puppy which is 50 days old which weighs around 3 kgs i would like to ask everyone how often should i do deworming of the puppy? whether every 2 weeks ? 4 weeks?i did his deworming 10 days before but worms are still coming out any recommended deworming tablets or syrup? please reply

By vaibhav · 28 Feb 2012 9:22 am

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By ezhil · 29 Feb 2012 8:03 am
deworm your lab puppy once a month upto six months !!! its better to use syrup
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By Sadhish M · 29 Feb 2012 5:17 pm
All puppies are born with intestinal parasites (worms), so it is important that they begin a deworming regimen fairly early in their lives. This process usually begins at 2 weeks of age and continues until the puppy is 6 months old. After that, it is a matter of observation and maintenance.

Visit your local vet to get a prescription deworming medication since its lot to do with your pups age and weight.

Administer the first dose of medication when the puppy is 2 weeks old. Give it the same medication again at 4, 6 and 8 weeks of age.

Administer the medication once per month between the ages of 3 months and 6 months.

Get a heartworm-preventive medication that is also effective against roundworms and hookworms from your vet.
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By Sudheer · 01 Mar 2012 1:03 pm
For a puppy it is for every 15 days up to 3months, 3-6 months once monthly, 6-12 months every 45 days, after 1year its 3months
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By James · 04 Mar 2012 4:21 pm
WOREX DE WORMING TONIC, FOLLOW THE INSTRUCTIONS ON THE BOTTLE, WHEN YOU PUP IS 5 TO 6 MONTHS OF AGE SHIFT TO WOREX TABLETS. 1 TAB PER EVERY 10 KILOS OF BODY WEIGHT. IF YOU UR DOG IS 20 KILOS THEN 2 TABS. YOU SHOULD DO THIS ONCE IN EVERY MONTH.
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