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Beardawg61
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I'm looking for something to treat roundworms specifically, or a broad-spectrum wormer for adult cats.

1/20/2011 9:45:37 PM

merbig
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IBTShotgun

1/20/2011 9:48:15 PM

wolfpackgrrr
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http://www.southernagriculture.com/southag/product.asp?dept_id=3026&pf_id=PAAAAAGNFHEGLJAP&ad_id=froogle&key_id=9668_DWormLiquidWormerForKittensCatsPuppiesDogsbyFarnam

1/20/2011 9:53:50 PM

wwwebsurfer
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Tractor Supply should have what you want in stock

http://www.tractorsupply.com/pet-care/pet-health/cat-health/cat-wormers/

1/20/2011 10:20:16 PM

Supplanter
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The clinic I used to work at sold drontal basically over the counter. It was technically a prescription product, but anyone who called up the vet and said I've seen worms, got it with no exam or visit required.

1/21/2011 1:32:42 AM

toemoss
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shouldn't it be dewormer? or are you trying to put the cat on one of those new-age diets?

1/21/2011 7:45:23 AM

se7entythree
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^tapeworm diets have been around for centuries.

both petsmart & petco sell dewormers. i don't know if one brand is better than the other.

1/21/2011 8:05:14 AM

wolfpackgrrr
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^^ hahaha

1/21/2011 9:36:28 AM

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[Edited on January 21, 2011 at 10:48 AM. Reason : [old]]

1/21/2011 10:47:07 AM

se7entythree
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ewwww

no baths??? & i'd say having a 30' tapeworm in your intestine could probably have some ill effects...

1/21/2011 11:11:23 AM

wolfpackgrrr
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^ hahaha it's referring to special "diet baths" that snake oil salesmen would tout back in those days. Definitely sounds gross without that context though

1/21/2011 11:22:09 AM

BlackSheep
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Oh oh i know the answer in 2021

IVERMECTIN!!!!!!

10/31/2021 9:03:13 AM

The Coz
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No one is saying ivermectin is a bad drug. It's a great drug for its intended purpose as an anti-parasitic. It's not an anti-viral drug, so what is actually the point of using it for that against all advice? Also, what's the point of paying $300 for a version of it formulated and dosed for much larger animals while resisting a vaccine fit for purpose which is effectively free to you? Many of the people making these decisions are not in a financial position to be doing this, to say nothing of the medical aspects.

11/1/2021 8:09:43 PM

BlackSheep
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^are you aware that Ivermectin won the Nobel Peace Prize for humans?

do you even science?

11/2/2021 12:41:30 PM

The Coz
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Yes, I'm aware, and yes, I do.

Did you know Alfred Nobel invented Dynamite for humans to use? You should try using that to cure COVID. Insert into any bodily orifice and light the fuse. COVID will stand no chance of killing you.

11/2/2021 10:15:34 PM

CaelNCSU
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Been giving my cats IVs for like 3 months. Anyone dealing with kidney infection pussy?

11/6/2021 12:44:01 AM

Walter
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I'm dealing with a pussy infection

11/9/2021 7:57:40 PM

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