Safe-Guard Canine Dewormer - Testimonials
We love to hear from dog owners, kennel owners, professional trainers and animal health practitioners about their experiences with Safe-Guard® (fenbendazole) Canine Dewormer.
Particularly heartwarming are the letters we receive from the dedicated staff and volunteers of some of the animal rescue shelters, like the ones below. This page is about them. And about you.
Please feel free to share with us your opinions, anecdotes and success stories through our contact form. We look forward to featuring your comments on this site!
“Furry Kids Refuge is a no-kill animal rescue located in Kansas City, Missouri. We have rescued close to 400 animals so far in 2007, and have had 300 adoptions as of September 1, 2007.
“Most of the animals we rescue come from the Independence, Missouri, Animal Control Shelter. This is a high-kill shelter that always needs our help. We have rescued more animals from there than any other rescue for the past two years. As you can imagine, many of these animals are in pretty bad shape, and many have worms.
“One of many successful Safe-Guard treatments we did was for Haddie, who was infested with worms when we got her. She was just skin and bones at the time but, within a couple of months of the dog deworming treatment, she filled out into the beautiful Boxer you see in the pictures.
“We automatically deworm every dog that comes into our program, because fecal tests are not 100% accurate, and we do not want to adopt out a dog which could potentially have worms. After deworming, we start dogs on heartworm preventative medication, if they test negative for heartworms.
“Safe-Guard has enabled us to save more animals than we would have been able to if we had to spend money to purchase dewormers. We are so grateful for Safe-Guard’s donation program – it is so generous, and it is obvious that this is a company that truly believes in rescuing and helping homeless animals!”
Kim Accurso, Furry Kids Refuge
Kansas city, Misouri
“The first experience I had with fenbendazole (FBZ) was when I was growing up in Ohio. Anytime our dog had an intestinal parasite problem, our local veterinarian would dispense small packets of granules that we would administer for three consecutive days. After three days, the parasite problems were resolved.
“Later, while attending Ohio State University College of Veterinary Medicine, I learned that those little packets of FBZ contained a highly effective, safe medication that would eliminate many of the most common intestinal parasites seen in dogs.
“Since that time, FBZ has become my treatment of choice – both in my hospital and for my personal pets – to control canine intestinal parasites, and allow my patients and my dogs to thrive.”
Dr. Kyle Kerstetter, DVM
“We have been using Safe-Guard for three years on both our personal and client dogs, with great success. It works fast and efficiently, with easy to follow directions.
“In the 15 years that I have been a professional trainer, I haven't found anything that can match Safe-Guard."
Michael Johnson, Professional Trainer
Johnson Kennels, Texas
“Most of our dogs have had little to no veterinary care and are loaded with intestinal parasites, which if not treated, can make them very ill.
“It is so nice to have a dog dewormer that treats so many canine intestinal parasites, and yet is as safe as Safe-Guard. Having been a veterinary technician for 25 years, I am very familiar with this product, and it is a great help to the pet population to have it available without a prescription.
“Thanks again for this great product!”
Kim Engst Veterinary Technician,
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