Adoptee’s in-house schedule

What we give our doggies in-house, while they are in our care:

Strongid-T dewormed every 14 days, to care for Hookworms, Pinworms & Roundworms the dogs may carry from their previous environments or in case of puppies from their mother’s milk.

Panacur given the day they arrive for 3 consecutive days and bi-monthly afterwards, to care for Giardia, Roundworms, Hookworms, Whipworms, the taenia species of Tapeworms, Pinworms

Winter:  Advantage or Revolution monthly, to care for fleas, ticks plus other external parasites, also takes care of different worms

Summer:   Multi-Advantage monthly, to care for fleas, ticks plus other external parasites, heartworm and also takes care of different worms

We recommend you bringing your new adoptee to the veterinarians for a fecal matter, some of the dogs we take in may carry specific worms that our dewormers do not cover!

Your adoptive companion should always be on Advantage/Multi-advantage or Revolution for the summer months and receive a good dewormer as regular maintenance. 

NARC always includes a Strongid-T dewormer 2 weeks after the dog is adopted, if needed.  This is important especially if the dog has not received a second doze from NARC, specifically for puppies.  If you do see worms in your doggies feces shortly after adoption, please contact us and we can offer another doze of Strongid-T for your NARC adoptee.