Vetisse Rhizo D-Wormer for Cats
A Natural Dewormer That's Safe for Cats
It's only natural for cats to get into things they aren't supposed to. That's how they pick up parasites.
In the wild, a cat might treat itself by ingesting naturally occurring herbs. It's an instinct that keeps wild animals healthier. But, a housecat doesn't have the same access to these naturally occurring herbs. Unless, of course, you grow them yourself and your cat hops up to munch.
For an easier way, try this unique blend of herbs to help kill and expel parasites. Pin worms, tape worms, and hook worms won't even know what hit them. Also helps to get rid of fleas and lice by affecting your cat's body chemistry.
As an added bonus, digestion is stimulated to help your cat regain the nutrients stolen by the parasites.
This natural herbal remedy is best used in conjunction with a vet-recommended treatment plan. As always, consult your vet to ensure there are no drug conflicts.
- Male fern rhizome
- Black seed
- Sage leaf
- Fennel seed
- Papaya leaf
For cats, the dosage is 1ml, as marked on the dropper supplied. If your cat happens to be over 25lbs (like the rare Savannah cat breed), use 2ml. Give twice a day. Continue for one week after signs of infestation are gone.
For most cats, one bottle gets you 100 individual doses, which is plenty.
This product is safe for kittens. However, if the kittens are still with their mother, be sure to treat the mother as well.
Multiple cat homes should plan for treating all cats.
Refrigerate after opening.