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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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He encouraged the public and private schools to have their children dewormed this year, adding that deworming tablets are free.
He said birds had also been dewormed against ectoparasitism.
I want puppies to be dewormed at two, three and four weeks of age with pyrantel liquid.
In decades past, dogs were routinely dewormed only as puppies, or if they developed obvious signs of an infestation and their owners sought veterinary attention.
The frequency with which a cat should be dewormed will be determined by a veterinarian and will depend largely on an animals age, the apparent severity of worm infection and the animals general health.
Hutchins recommends that goats be dewormed with FAMACHA[c] scores of 4 and 5.
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.
My question was, why the infestation while the farm dewormed the animals every three months.
Only 39.76 percent of the 4.01-million schoolchildren were dewormed by the Department of Health (DOH), data from the agency disclosed.