- What parasites are most common in dogs?
- What dewormers are safe for pregnant and nursing dogs?
- What are symptoms of dog worms?
- Why does my dog keep getting parasites?
- When is the best time to deworm a pregnant dog?
- What is the best flea, tick and heartworm prevention for dogs?
Revival’s Director of Veterinary Services, Dr. Marty Greer has put together this dog deworming handout to help answer common questions when it comes to fleas, ticks, mites, tapeworms, roundworms, giardia, coccidia and other canine parasites. This handout was created to go along with Dr. Greer’s Dog Parasite Webinar series:
Need help developing a feline or canine parasite prevention plan? Call a Revival Pet Care Pro at 800.786.4751.
Intestinal Parasites in Dogs Webinar
What are signs of worms in dogs? What are the most common dog parasites? What dewormers are safe for pregnant and nursing dogs? This dog parasite webinar answers common questions when it comes to parasites in dogs.
Deworming Pregnant Dogs: Dr. Greer’s Canine Deworming Protocol
Can you deworm a pregnant dog? What do breeders use to deworm puppies? Deworming pregnant dogs is essential to protect newborn pups. Learn which dewormers are safe for pregnancy, and the best dewormers for puppies and stud dogs.
Deworming Feral Cat Colonies
Deworming feral cat colonies can be nearly impossible. Learn tips for deworming feral cat colonies through their diet.
Deworming Cats and Kittens
What dewormers are best for cats and how do you deworm a cat at home? Cats will inevitably pick up parasites, so it's important to deworm before the parasites cause medical issues. Learn how and when to deworm queens, kittens and adult cats.
Written by: Marty Greer, DVM
Director of Veterinary Services
Marty Greer, Doctor of Veterinary Medicine, has 40+ years’ experience in veterinary medicine, with special interests in canine reproduction and pediatrics. She received her Doctor of Veterinary Medicine from Iowa State University in 1981. She’s served as Revival’s Director of Veterinary Services since 2019. In 2023, Dr. Greer was named the Westminster Kennel Club Veterinarian of the Year.