The orange kitten takes care of lost puppies

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Hello everyone, I live in a small village in North Africa, the weather is warm here most of the year, so street cats breed a lot and often cannot protect their kittens, some are abandoned, some are lost from their mother, some are abandoned by their mother, there is no veterinarian here and no stores For animals and no shelters for animals, I just try to help with what I find in front of me, the goal of the channel is to show this suffering and motivate people to do what they can to help animals, there are also many complications regarding animal sterilization.
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The orange kitten takes care of lost puppies

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  1. Lots of love & some cool tackles in this family. Thank you for providing them with a home and a playground. XXX

  2. I love❤️to see them playing. The cat as the mother of two adorable puppies, how lovely to watch and thank you very much for sharing.You made them a beautiful and happy family. God give you more blessing for helping them the way they are now.😍🙏🏻❤️💕

  3. Hi Angel person lol! I found an article on garlic and this could work as a dewormer once every 3 months. At least it is a cheap remedy that does work. I talk of experience using it on cats, dogs and sheep lol! Gorgeous puppies by the way. Orange is looking amazingly well and healthy now lol. Testimony to much love and care. Where is my black and white kitten lol?

    Using Garlic to Deworm Cats and Dogs

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    By Josie F. Turner, Journalist specialized in Animal Welfare. September 26, 2016

    Using Garlic to Deworm Cats and Dogs

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    The world of animal companions has diversified greatly over the years. However, cats and dogs still remain the quintessential pets. While the nature of both animals is completely different, they need similar basic care: Adequate food, companionship and affection, following the appropriate vaccination guides and regular veterinary checks.

    Both dogs and cats are at risk of infestation by parasites – internal and external – which must be spotted as soon as possible and treated properly as it can lead to various complications. Increasingly, owners are seeking natural remedies that can help these situations. For this reason, in this AnimalWised article we will talk about using garlic to deworm dogs and cats.

    You may also be interested in: Deworming Dogs: Preventing and Treating Parasites

    Contents

    Is garlic toxic?

    Properties of garlic to deworm your pets

    How to use garlic to deworm dogs or cats

    Deworming as a precaution

    Is garlic toxic?

    Garlic is generally considered as a forbidden food for dogs, and in fact it's also a forbidden food for cats. However, if you've done a bit of research, you'll find that it is one of the most recommended foods to treat a variety of illnesses in our pets.

    Which information is correct?

    The truth is that garlic contains a toxic component called n-propyl disulphide, which in high concentrations can damage your pet's body cells and end up causing a severe type of anemia.

    In 2006, the Institute of Veterinary Pharmacology and Toxicology, at the University of Zurich, found that the toxic dose of garlic is 5 grams per kilo of body weight. Given that a garlic clove can weigh 2 to 3 grams, a Pekingese dog breed shouldn't ingest more than 5 cloves of garlic a day as the anemia, caused by the substance mentioned above, could occur.

    We can conclude that moderate and rational consumption of garlic is not toxic to your pets.

    Using Garlic to Deworm Cats and Dogs – Is garlic toxic?

    Properties of garlic to deworm your pets

    Garlic is is an excellent medicinal food: Not only does it have many beneficial properties for ourselves, but also for our pets. Garlic is an antibiotic and a platelet aggregation inhibitor, and it protects the cardiovascular system and stimulates the body's defenses.

    This article will highlight the use of garlic as an anthelmintic, that is, it acts against intestinal parasites. This is because it provides antibacterial qualities in the gastrointestinal tract. Garlic acts as a digestive tonic, purifies the blood and helps the body to get rid of waste substances. It also helps immune system response and prevents new occurrences of intestinal parasites.

    Using Garlic to Deworm Cats and Dogs – Properties of garlic to deworm your pets

    How to use garlic to deworm dogs or cats

    The best way is to administer garlic naturally through ingestion, simply by finely chopping the garlic and mixing it with your pet's usual food.

    Take into account the recommendation from the Institute of Veterinary Pharmacology and Toxicology at the University of Zurich: The recommended dose of garlic is 4 grams per day, however, the weight of each animal must always be taken into consideration.

    To treat intestinal parasites naturally, mix 1 to 2 garlic cloves with food and continue this treatment for a minimum period of one week.

  4. Le chat rouquin est extraordinaire, c' est le grand frère qui s' occupe très bien de ses amis chiots.

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