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Vondi’s Diatomaceous Earth is certified to be 100% organic and works as a dewormer and parasite cleanser for your pet.
R80,00 – Diatomaceous Earth Dog Dewormer 200g
Vondi’s Diatomaceous Earth is 100% organic, food-grade certified diatomaceous earth. As with the ingredients in all our products, we take great care in sourcing our diatomaceous earth, only using renewable and reputable sources.
It’s a great ingredient with an awful name; let’s start by breaking down its pronunciation. The best way to wrap one’s mouth around this chunky word is to say ‘diet – oh – may – shus.’
But what is this fancy Diatomaceous Earth anyway? Well, for one, it is an incredible dewormer. That Diatomaceous Earth is a great digestive aid should come as no surprise.
From what is it made? Diatomaceous Earth gets made of fine microscopic skeletons of algae fossilised over millions of years. That may sound weird, but it’s such a fine grain that it is closer to flour than sand in its unprepared form.
Note that Diatomaceous Earth comes in two forms. And we only use the best food-grade amorphous silica as approved by trusted global agencies like the EPA, USDA, and the American FDA.
When our pups get exposed to parasites, the little nasties take up residence in their intestinal tracts. It is as unsettling as it sounds because these invaders are not content to just make a home in our best friend’s tummy.
Instead, parasites do as their name says and parasitically vacuum up the nutrients we lovingly feed our pets. Naturally, that can lead to serious health problems and also a general state of malnutrition.
Some medications take care of these parasite problems, but you can’t use them too frequently. They are still chemical medications that can have side effects.
That’s where our Vondis Diatomaceous Earth Dewormer offers a healthy and effective alternative. Diatomaceous earth dewormer is a natural, sure-fire way to combat these gastrointestinal invaders.