Worms In Dogs CEN Dog Nutrition

Worms are a significant problem in pets, and they are present in even healthy-looking dogs. That’s why it’s important to keep them healthy through good nutrition and supplements at all stages of life.

In this article, we will discuss the symptoms of worms in dogs, their treatment, and prevention.
Symptoms of Dog Worms
How to Treat Worms in Dogs
Preventing Worms in Dogs


If you own a dog, you should always look for the symptoms of worms in dogs. The reason is that the moment your dog shows the sign of worms, it means that he was suffering from worms for a long time.

Symptoms of Leaky Gut Condition in Dogs (1)

The most common sign of worms in dogs are:

  • Loss in weight with decreased or increased appetite,
  • Lethargy,
  • Potbelly abdomen,
  • Vomiting,
  • Chronic coughing,
  • Diarrhoea,
  • Hair loss, dull coat, and skin irritation,
  • Dragging and rubbing hind quarter on the ground,
  • Worms attached to the skin and fur around the anus,
  • Presence of worms (like grains of rice) in the stool.


Dog worms can cause serious illness, but they are treatable if diagnosed at the right time and treated before the start of a serious infestation. Treatment of worms largely depends on the type of worms present in the body and the method of administration of the drug. There are different anti-parasitic drugs available on the market that can kill worms, but there are some side effects of these worming products. The most commonly used anti-parasitic medications are fenbendazole, praziquantel, pyrantel, and different combinations of medications.

However, there are some natural products that can prevent these parasites in your furry companion. The most commonly used foods for deworming are carrots, pumpkin seeds, apple cider vinegar, coconut, rabbit ears, and chamomile. However, it is highly recommended to consult your veterinarian or nutritionist before using any medicine, herb, or natural product because each dog has a different condition and health status. A veterinarian can help determine the cause and status of the infestation.


 If your dog has a healthy immune system, it will be easy to prevent and treat worms in dogs. Similarly, with a healthy immune system, it will be difficult for worms to attack your dog.

If your dog accidentally gets the worms but has a healthy immune system, chances are he won’t get sick. Even sometimes, you may not even know that your dog suffers from parasites because he has shed worms due to a healthy immune system.

However, some important things you can do to prevent worms in dogs are:

  • Feed your dog the best diet because almost 80% of the immune system is present in the gut, and a healthy diet can help prevent worms.
  • Use anthelmintic or natural products from time to time to treat roundworms in dogs.
  • Keep your house and lawn free of faeces because it can help prevent your dog from getting worms.


Diagnosing and treating worms in your dog is the best way to keep your puppy happy and healthy. Similarly, giving good supplement support to your dog will help the immune system function properly. See our range of natural supplements.



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