Vetisse Rhizo D-Wormer for Cat Worms
A Powerful and All-Natural Way to Eliminate Worms in Cats
- Helps reduce the negative effects of worms including pinworms, tapeworms, hookworms, and other intestinal parasites
- Helps promote digestion and reduce negative effects of worms
- Helps maintain your cat’s stomach health
- Contains only safe, natural ingredients
- Rigorously tested for effective worm support
Vetisse Rhizo D-Wormer is a popular herbal remedy for worms in cats. If you prefer natural alternatives for your cat’s health concerns, Vetisse Rhizo D-Wormer is an excellent choice when it comes to reducing the effects of pin worms, tape worms, and other parasites in your cat’s body. Representing a synergistic blend of herbs and extracts that target worms and parasites, Vetisse Rhizo D-Wormer is safe and effective for cats of all ages. In addition to its affects against parasites, Vetisse Rhizo D-Wormer also contains herbs that support and protect your cat’s stomach while naturally supporting better digestion. Furthermore, as a powerful vermifuge, Vetisse Rhizo D-Wormer also helps with fleas and ticks.
Dr. Gordon's Advice
As with any herbal or non-herbal medical treatment, it is always advisable to consult with a veterinarian before giving Vetisse Rhizo D-Wormer to your cat. Nevertheless, the all-natural formula of Vetisse Rhizo D-Wormer ensures safe and effective treatment for worms in cats. If you have detected worms in your cat, usually visible in your cat’s feces, you should begin giving your cat this remedy immediately. Vetisse Rhizo D-Wormer helps cats with worms and should be given to your cat twice daily. Smaller animals should be given the dose twice daily by adding 1ml of Vetisse Rhizo D-Wormer directly to your cat’s food. Alternatively, you can squirt the formula directly into your cat’s mouth using an eye dropper or syringe. Ultimately, the appropriate dose will depend on your cat’s weight, so be sure to read the dosing instructions carefully. This remedy should be continued for at least 1 week after signs of worms have gone. If you decide to add Vetisse Rhizo D-Wormer to your cat’s food, you may notice your cat instinctively refuse to eat treated food once the worms are gone. The product is not to be used for extended periods. For kittens and young cats, use 1/4 of the recommended dose . If your cat is pregnant, it is best to refrain from administering Rhizo D-wormer and wait until the litter is delivered as she will most likely be reinfected from the litter.
- Wormwood herb
- Male Fern rhizome
- Black seed
- Sage leaf
- Fennel seed
- Papava leaf