YOUR PET'S SYMPTOMs
- Worms at the animal's anus
- Shedding worms
- Weight loss
- Mouth Soures
Equiopathics® WRM Clear
INDICATIONS: Treatment of worm infestations where a drug free approach is favored. The ingredients have drug monographs covering tape, round and hookworms. Debilitation caused by severe worm infestation where concurrent use with conventional wormers is indicated. To aid recovery from worm infestation. To reduce environmental contamination by suppressing worm egg production and thus reducing reinfestation.
ADMINISTRATION: Optimally the liquid preparation should be dropped directly onto the mucous membrane of the mouth including the lips, ideally in horses and donkeys by pulling out the labial pouch. Where an animal finds this distressful or an owner is unable to comply, the medication can be put on the food e.g. half an apple or in water. Where an animal is sensitive to the odor of the alcohol preservative a 10-20 minute period should be allowed for the alcohol to evaporate before the dose is presented to the animal. Occasionally an animal will shake its head in response to receiving the dose.
ADVERSE EFFECTS AND CONTRAINDICATIONS: Although there is no evidence that there are any safety issues, extra care should be taken when dealing with pregnant animals. Should a suspected adverse reaction be seen or you would like advice please contact HomeoPet, LLC. Contact your veterinarian if problems persist.
DRUG INTERACTIONS: None known for animal use; keep out of reach of children.
PHARMACEUTICAL PRECAUTIONS: Store at room temperature, out of direct sunlight, away from powerful magnetic fields and strong odors.
USER SAFETY: No adverse effects have been recorded. There have been reports to the company of beneficial rather than adverse effects. As homeopathics are active in humans, care is advised when handling product, although a long history of homeopathics used in humans shows a very high safety margin.
ENVIRONMENTAL IMPACT: To date none found.
Animals with tapeworms should be treated to remove all fleas to prevent immediate reinfestation. Fleas are part of one tapeworm species life cycle. Raw food contaminated with tapeworm cysts should also be considered another source of infestation in recurrent tapeworm infections. Every effort should be made to prevent pets from eating their own feces until this treatment has successfully cleared the infection where tapeworm is present. It is important to keep runs where your pet may be confined, dry and free of any feces.
Authorization# NDC#: 61571 455 01