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    I worm using Proheart large dog breed every month and dorontal chews for large breed dogs. This is following the advise of our breeder. Is there an all-in-one wormer that does both at the same time???

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    I use the dorontal chews every three months.

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    Interceptor Spectrum

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    Thanks That sounds so much easier. She doesn't like taking tablets and it is a battle of wills. I won tonight - round 4!

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    take a spoonful of mince and hide it in it?

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    Tried hiding it in many things but she eats around it. Now I just open, stick it down deep, hold her mouth closed then give her a treat to make her swallow.

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    Interceptor can come as chewables, so can be given as a treat and you do it every month

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    Quote Originally Posted by lscot136 View Post
    Tried hiding it in many things but she eats around it. Now I just open, stick it down deep, hold her mouth closed then give her a treat to make her swallow.

    clever dog lol

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    Quote Originally Posted by lscot136 View Post
    Tried hiding it in many things but she eats around it. Now I just open, stick it down deep, hold her mouth closed then give her a treat to make her swallow.
    or you can gentle blow on her nose and it will make her swallow

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    good tip clea

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