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NaturPet D Wormer Pet Supplement

NaturPet D Wormer Pet Supplement

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  • 1 out of 5 stars

    Didn’t work

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    I’ve done 4 treatments and it simply doesn’t work. After spending $30 on a worthless product, I’ll still need to go to the vet. Don’t waste your money.

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  • 1 out of 5 stars

    Terrible Wormer

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    I got this wormer after looking into several different kinds. I live in the country and have multiple indoor/outdoor cats that I periodically worm. My cats are very hard to give a pill to so I usually get liquid dewormer. I have used the topical from the vet before as well. But, I thought I would try this since it looked like a good economical choice. The instructions say to put this in the cats' food TWICE a day for a whole week. It also says the the pet will "instinctively know when treatment is complete and may not take the wormer." Well, I guess all of mine didn't need to be dewormed because none would take it. I even put it in smelly wet food which they normally love and they still wouldn't I got this wormer after looking into several different kinds. I live in the country and have multiple indoor/outdoor cats that I periodically worm. My cats are very hard to give a pill to so I usually get liquid dewormer. I have used the topical from the vet before as well. But, I thought I would try this since it looked like a good economical choice. The instructions say to put this in the cats' food TWICE a day for a whole week. It also says the the pet will "instinctively know when treatment is complete and may not take the wormer." Well, I guess all of mine didn't need to be dewormed because none would take it. I even put it in smelly wet food which they normally love and they still wouldn't have it. They got all excited and started to eat only to be like "yuck!" and quit. (I had the same problems a long time ago when the vet only gave pills. They would smell it and not even eat their food.) So, I feel like I wasted $30 and will probably just have to go buy the expensive topical stuff from the vet now. My cats instinctively knew this stuff was terrible and didn't want it is what it is. … more

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  • 1 out of 5 stars

    Smells terrible

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    I was really hoping the cats would take to this due to the good reviews. They won’t touch it. I honestly can’t blame them because it has this really weird smell to it.

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