Protecting the health of pets and people is critical to keeping the food safe, so here are some of the most common deworming products available.
Read more about this topic:Foods for dogsFoods and treats for dogsDewormers that contain certain ingredients are considered safe for use by dogs.
Dewormers should not be used in dogs with anemia or other nutritional deficiencies.
For more information, see the American Veterinary Medical Association (AVMA) website.
The following is a list of products that are currently listed on the AVMA website, but are not currently available in the United States:Bacon-Wrapped Beef, American Red and White Beef, Big Red Beef, Blue-Stuffed Pork, Blueberry Poultry, Blueberries, Beef and Cabbage, Cabbage Poultry with Bacon, Chicken McNuggets, Chicken Nuggets, Chicken Wings, Corn on the Cob, Cranberry Cheddar Cheese, Dairy-Free Ranch Chicken McNugget, Dog Belly, Eggy Corn Puffs, Faux White Meat, Flax Meal, Frosted Flakes, Frozen Fruit, Frozen Yogurt, Granola, Grandma’s Chocolate Chip Cookie, Grandpa’s Chocolate Chips, Honey-Free Chocolate Peanut Butter, Honey Snacks, Hot Dogs, Hot Wings, Ice Cream, Icebox, Juicy Fruit, Kettle Corn, Kibble, Lamb Jerky, Maple Syrup, Mascarpone, Muesli, New York Stripes, Noodle Soup, Oatmeal, Pasta Sauce, Peanut Sauce, Pepperoni, Peppers, Pumpkin Spice, Ranch Dressing, Rice Pudding, Sour Cream, Sugar Free Yogurt.
For more information on the products on the list, visit the AVSA website.