A natural worming remedy for your cat & dog furkids. Wiggles is a homeopathic and herbal blend designed specifically to support the normal immune response of an animal suffering from internal parasite complaints.
Worms, internal parasites and other organisms will always be something that our pet's digestive system will have to deal with. A healthy animal with the right diet, exercise and lifestyle will be in a better position to keep the resident population of parasites at a level that won't compromise their health. We look to support the whole body and digestive system with our Wiggles remedy.
Worming is best done over the full moon, ( scientifically proven)
All our remedies have been developed by a fully qualified Animal Homeopath and Herbalist.
Handmade in NZ.
Abrotan, Chelone al, Chenopod, Cina, Felix mas, Grantum, Kousso and santoninum
Black walnut and Wormwood
Our herbal remedies are made with fluid extracts, these are concentrated herbal solutions that use high alcohol content to pull the chemical constituents out of the herb. Fluid extracts are the strongest herbal preparations you can get, therefore you don't have to use much, so for most pets you give fewer drops. Because of the herbal content they don't have a nice taste, so adding to food is best. If you are worried about the alcohol content, you can put the remedy in warm to hot water to start with, this will burn off the alcohol content.
N.B. The wormwood component has been contraindicated in pregnancy and lactation. Ask us about our alternative.
Dosage: 4 drops per 10kgs, daily for 4 - 7 days.
How long will a bottle last: (based on 4 days as one course)
Cat : 46 x 4 day courses per bottle
Dog upto 10kg : 23 x 4 day courses per bottle
Dog upto 20kg : 12 x 4 day courses per bottle
Dog upto 30kg+ : 8 x 4 day courses per bottle
General Disclaimer: Our remedies are designed to support the natural immune system of your pet and animal. We do not claim to treat, medicate or cure any health conditions. If you are worried about your pet or feel they are in pain or suffering please contact your veterinarian.