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i have fed my Lab Deworming Tablet, is it normal?

i have a Lab and she is 2 and a half years old and her name is Abbey. Today i have fed her Deworming Tablet 'Drontal plus', but i'm little concern as she didn't do her potty today at all,where as she goes for her potty aft her Lunch/dinner normally , i just want to know if this is normal when we give deworming tablets? Also What i did was i gave her 3 and a half Tablet as she is 35 KG and to add i gave her in empty stomach and gave her Lunch after an hour , is dis how i should do?
By Nimmiesha · 23 Jan 2012 10:52 pm

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By D.chakrabarty · 24 Jan 2012 5:53 pm
it is recommended that you give the deworm tablets in the morning and at bedtime you should give milk of magnesia about 20 to 30 ml. if she is constipated, you can use some natural laxative. i use dates. i usually take 3 to 5 dates and soak then in a cup hot water for 30 mins. then i mash it well, take out the seeds and cool it and give it to my dog at bedtime.
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By Nimmiesha · 24 Jan 2012 7:12 pm
Thank you so much for your answer, will follow the same procedure for the next time, however she has done it in the morning today but its just a very normal one like she does everytime, i was assuming after giving the deworming tablets i would see some worms along with it , Is this normal?
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Please tell me puppies deworming Schedule and De worming tablet or syrup for my 10 days pug puppies
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