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My dog keeps biting his back end


My dog keeps biting his back end and when I try to pet his back end, it just sticks out at me, does not want me to touch him, I'm worried because his rectum is really inflamed. Can you please recommend a good dog de-wormer for him?

Deworming is a necessary thing. I use a different formula than Vetmedin and that was my first choice because I feel it's better for dogs than the other. I'll give you the name to go to. I know there are some vets that will do this because the big dogs use it and it's the one I'd use.

My dog keeps biting his back end and when I try to pet his back end, it just sticks out at me, does not want me to touch him, I'm worried because his rectum is really inflamed. Can you please recommend a good dog de-wormer for him?

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My dog keeps biting his back end and when I try to pet his back end, it just sticks out at me, does not want me to touch him, I'm worried because his rectum is really inflamed. Can you please recommend a good dog de-wormer for him?

Please don't worry. I had a dog with a huge infection in her anus. The rectal area is super sensitive because the nerve endings are so high. It was pretty painful for me to watch it, but my vets (a different one) said that it wouldn't be as painful as her colon. I never thought I would do any deworming, but the vet recommended the "liquid" stuff, and it is so great! You just have to make sure to do the whole poo and rinse with it.

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I would recommend the liquid one, but it is a bit expensive for a monthly dose. If you buy a monthly dose, I would use the regular deworming dose and just go ahead and add a month of that. You don't have to start the new dewormer till your next period.

As for the rectal area, I didn't realize it was that sensitive. It's a good idea to make sure the dog has had his stool checked by a vet for parasites because it can be hard to detect if there is an infection going on. Also, make sure he has plenty of exercise and that he gets plenty of fresh water, if possible.

I would recommend the liquid one, but it is a bit expensive for a monthly dose. If you buy a monthly dose, I would use the regular deworming dose and just go ahead and add a month of that. You don't have to start the new dewormer till your next period.

As for the rectal area, I didn't realize it was that sensitive. It's a good idea to make sure the dog has had his stool checked by a vet for parasites because it can be hard to detect if there is an infection going on. Also, make sure he has plenty of exercise and that he gets plenty of fresh water, if possible.

Well, it is a pretty sensitive area, but I've heard of dogs who's rectum's just will not de-worm. And for some it is very painful and takes a while to heal. I've got a friend who has had his back end de-wormed once a year with wormer because of an issue with that. But, he's a huge dog. I would recommend wormer for a month at a time. You're probably not going to find a liquid product that will work that way for the monthly dose though.

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I would recommend the liquid one, but it is a bit expensive for a monthly dose. If you buy a monthly dose, I would use the regular deworming dose and just go ahead and add a month of that. You don't have to start the new dewormer till your next period.

As for the rectal area, I didn't realize it was that sensitive. It's a good idea to make sure the dog has had his stool checked by a vet for parasites because it can be hard to detect if there is an infection going on. Also, make sure he has plenty of exercise and that he gets plenty of fresh water, if possible.

I would recommend the liquid one, but it is a bit expensive for a monthly dose. If you buy a monthly dose, I would use the regular deworming dose and just go ahead and add a month of that. You don't have to start the new dewormer till your next period.

As for the rectal area, I didn't realize it was that sensitive. It's a good idea to make sure the dog has had his stool checked by a vet for parasites because it can be hard to detect if there is an infection going on. Also, make sure he has plenty of exercise and that he gets plenty of fresh water, if possible.

I would recommend the liquid one, but it is a bit expensive for a monthly dose. If you buy a monthly dose, I would use the regular deworming dose and just go ahead and add a month of that. You don't have to start the new dewormer till your next period.

As for the rectal area, I didn't realize it was that sensitive. It's a good idea to make sure the dog has had his stool checked by a vet for parasites because it can be hard to detect if there is an infection going on. Also, make sure he has plenty of exercise and that he gets plenty of fresh water, if possible.

I would recommend the liquid one, but it is a bit expensive for a monthly dose. If you buy a monthly dose, I would use the regular deworming dose and just go ahead and add a month of that. You don't have to start the new dewormer till your next period.


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