Protecting Your Dog From Heartworm

The natural deworming 
Diatomaceous Earth (often referred to as "DE") is an off white talc-like powder that is the fossilized remains of marine phytoplankton. When sprinkled on a bug that has an exoskeleton (such as bed bugs, ants or fleas) it compromises their waxy coating so that their innards turn into teeny tiny bug jerky. But it doesn't hurt mammals. We can eat it. We do eat it! It's in lots of grain based foods because lots of grains are stored with diatomaceous earth to keep the bugs from eating the grain!
 
Dosage
Food grade Diatomaceous Earth one teaspoon per day for small dogs and 1/2 teaspoon for puppies. For external parasite control, simply rub the powder at full strength into the coat for fleas and sprinkle on bedding.

 

Learn how to apply the D.E. and learn the benefits of it!

Diatomaceous Earth
Other benefits include:
replenishing cells with depleted silica (essential for bones, tendons, skin, cartilage and blood vessels)
regulating bowel movements
cleansing the colon
improving urinary health (diuretic and cures infections of the urinary tract)
improving joint mobility
reducing arthritis pain
improving the respiratory tract
strengthening teeth, gums, hair and nails
reducing blood pressure and cholesterol levels
increasing energy levels
helps keep the immune system stronger and healthier
 
 
5 Amazing Ways Diatomaceous Earth Can Help Your Dog


Pumpkin Seeds: A Natural Solution For Worms
Pumpkin seeds can be fed whole as a treat for your dog. Don’t feed him the salted seeds from the grocery store; find some raw, organic green seeds instead. If your dog doesn’t enjoy them as a treat, you can grind them in a coffee grinder or Magic Bullet and add them to his meals. Give him a teaspoon per ten pounds of body weight once or twice a day until he’s rid of the parasites.
 

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