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Turkey Worky: The Worm Defence Dog Treat | BETTY & BUTCH®

My Dog Has Worms! What Should I Feed Them?

An uncomfortable problem for dogs, worms are unfortunately a relatively common problem for our four-legged friends which can cause coughing, vomiting, diarrhea, itchy skin, loss of appetite and abdominal bloating.

Pharmaceuticals and prescription drugs are typically a last resort for us dog owners to get rid of those nasty, wriggly parasites, as we try to find the most natural remedies to keep our canines healthy and worm-free.

Turkey Worky

Fortunately, at Betty & Butch we produce a wholesome, tasty dog treat that acts as a natural worm defence so you can finally stop digging and searching for a solution to get rid of those unwanted worms in your dog.

How Turkey Worky Gets Rid of Worms in Dogs

Our Turkey Worky strips are made from pure turkey meat and a fantastic herb mixture that helps to strengthen the digestive tract and support a healthy atmosphere in your dog’s stomach.

The secret on how our Turkey Worky dog treats provide an unsuitable environment for worms to grow, is the spicy and bitter substances of the herbs which optimises the intestinal environment and helps to maintain the delicate ecosystem in your dog’s gut. Therefore, it makes it uninhabitable for worms to live so it acts like a natural dewormer!

The Worm Defence Ingredients In Turkey Worky

If you have been doing your own research, you will find several healthy, safe foods and herbs that help to fight and kill worms in your dog and most of these ingredients is what we compose in our Turkey Worky dog treats to eliminate the many different types of worms dogs can get exposed to.

Natural remedies to help get rid of worms in dogs

Pumpkin Seeds – Orange vegetables like pumpkins are high in Vitamin A which is known to help to eliminate roundworms. Pumpkin seeds also contain the amino acid, cucurbitin, which is a very effective component that paralyses and eliminates the worms from the digestive tract.

Coconut – Did you know that dried coconut is a vermifuge? A vermifuge serves to expel worms and other animal parasites from the intestines which means it is great for eliminating worms from your dog’s body.

Chamomile - Renowned for its soothing properties, chamomile not only provides effective anti-inflammatory properties to help with bloating or inflammation caused by internal parasites, the herb can also prevent and expel both roundworms and whipworms in dogs.

Rosehip Peels – Compared to lemons and red peppers, rosehip peels contain twenty times more vitamin C than these veggies. Due to their rich Vitamin C content, rosehip peels are known to strengthen the whole immune system, expelling intestinal worms from dogs and help to prevent reinfestation in the future.

Thyme – Especially useful for hookworms, thyme helps to flush out worms from your dog’s stomach and prevents reinfestation.

Fennel – Fennel makes your dog’s intestinal tract less attractive to worms and also helps to prevent parasites coming back in the future.

Turkey Worky Has Other Benefits Too!

Besides being a natural deWormer, our Turkey Worky strips contain a whopping 96% turkey meat and 4% added herbs to help get rid of worms. This means that like all of our Meat Strips we provide, they are tasty, high in protein, gluten-free and contain no added colours or preservatives!

So if you are looking for a natural remedy to get rid of those unwanted worms in your pooch, why not try our Worm Defence Turkey Herb-Strips?

Orbee-Tuff Lil Scoop

You can either give a strip straight to your dog or because they can easily be broken up into pieces, they are great to offer as a training reward or they can be used in food filled toys like our Orbee-Tuff Lil Snoop or our wide collection of Kong Toys.

Turkey Worky meat strips are suitable for puppies from 16 weeks old, so head over to one of our stores or online to get a bag of yours.

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