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deworm

(dē-wûrm′)
tr.v. de·wormed, de·worming, de·worms
To cure (an animal) of worms; worm.

de·worm′er n.
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Kimani said the sick sheep had arrived on the farm a month before but they had not been dewormed because the seller said he had done it.
59 million children were dewormed during the biannual deworming program of the DOH.
Subsequently, all falcons were dewormed subcutaneously with ivermectin (2 mg/ kg).
Hutchins recommends that goats be dewormed with FAMACHA[c] scores of 4 and 5.
Results of several other studies showed that the rise of serum retinol occurred when the children were dewormed, along with other food-based interventions (19-21).
Similarly, children up to 5 years will be dewormed while and health sessions will be arranged for mothers.
By Philip Thon Aleu March 2, 2009 (BOR TOWN) -- United Nations Mission in Sudan (UNMIS) says 1,720 cattle received special treatment and 4,200 animals are either dewormed or sprayed in a six-day campaigns ending today Monday in Bor County.
Most llamas should be dewormed at least twice a year, more often in wetter locations.
Don't leave pet waste in the yard, especially if pets haven't been dewormed.
Baton said that in July 2017 DOH dewormed 925,543 of the over 1.
Billy is litter-trained, vaccinated, dewormed, and microchipped.