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Re: Re: Re: wormer
Originally posted by pigsit
OK, Ivomec won't get whips and it won't get rounds, I don't care how much you give them, volume in wormers isn't the answer. Every wormer is specific for certain worms; take a fresh stool sample to your vet, have them "float" it and buy the wormer specific for the worms he has. Unless you have a serious round worm infestation or tapes you won't see any worms in the stool and when you do the infestation is severe. It sometimes amazes me that hunters will have a dog worth a thousand dollars, a twenty thousand dollar pu to hunt out of, a three hundred dollar light, hundred and fifty dollar boots, etc and won't spend thirty dollars at the vet to keep their hound worm free. Just my opinion. Tom
Hang on a second I never said I wouldnt spend the money for the dogs but like most people on here if I can find something that works Ill do it myself. I was just giving heads up about my experance with Valbazen.
Why would anyone spend 50$ to take 1 dog to the vet when he can spend 5-7$ to do it there self COME ON THIS AINT ROCKET SCIENCE!!!!!
I like to feed my dogs good food too but if I can get it for 15$ a bag why would I spend 20-30$ for a difrent brand just because of the name on the bag.
Theres a big difrence between a Chevy and a CADILAC but they both give the same results they both get you from point A to point B with a 20,000$ difrence thats why I drive a CHEVY not a Cadilac if I had money to spend on a CADILAC I would but I dont
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Last edited by JeremyBayless on 10-23-2009 at 04:36 PM
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