If I get the Safeguard dog dewormer and follow the instructions will it take care of everything I need to worry about?
Is there something better?
I heard about using cattle/swine dewormer because it's cheaper but to be honest I'd be just as happy spending a few extra bucks and dumping pre-measured packets into food rather than messing with measuring out liquid swine dewormer.
My dogs are flea and ticked monthly and I give them a monthly heart work tablet also.
Last year at this same time my 6 year old beagle got 'sick' on me. Took her to the vet, it was just worms.
Now she is showing the same symptoms. -_-'
The last vet appointment I took two dogs in at the same time for a year check and shots and the vet charged me $60 a dog just to see the dogs/office visit. I don't mind paying for their care, the yearly peace of mind heartworm/limes check, the shots, emergencies, and that stuff but I know if I take them in for dewormer it's going to cost me $180 just for the vet to see them!
Plus I have to lug all three in and wait 3 hours in the waiting room even though I made an appointment
I am a horse person and I deworm my horse routinely...
No one ever told me my dogs would also benefit from this?
How often should I be deworming?