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Diatomaceous Earth to Worm Pets


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Haven't heard that is interesting though.

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I usually sprinkle it around the garden to get rid of pests that eat my fruit trees and vines. It's also supposed to keep the sand flea population at bay and seems to work (but not 100%). I didn't know you could feed it.

John Popp

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I'd prefer to do this and take a stool sample to my vet to make sure it was effective. Great information!


Loyal Servant
Heard of it many times as a home remedy, effective, but have no personal stories or use beyond beetle spider flea control.


Staff member
I have heard people swear by DE both for deworming and pest control around the house. I haven't used it for deworming but was not terribly impressed with its effectiveness as a pest control agent - guess the little buggers in AZ are just too tough for it!