Could parasites be sucking the life out of your pet without you even knowing it?

Many pet owners only think about parasites when they see them in their pets' feces.

But did you know that only 2 out of 9 parasites are visible to the naked eye? 

So how do you know if your pet has parasites? Better yet, can you prevent them?

Cats and dogs instinctively hide illness. In the wild this instinct helped them to survive by avoiding looking weak. Sadly, this means your pet could be suffering in silence for a long time before their symptoms get bad enough for you to notice. By the time most pet owners take notice, the damage to their pets health can be severe including brain, liver, lung damage and severe malnutrition. This can lead to large vet bills and sometimes even cause long term damage to your pets health. 

Oh and want to know something gross? Your pet can transfer parasites to you! 

That's right,  If your pet has parasites and they poop on your lawn the parasites can survive for up to 30 days. That gives them time to get stepped on, transferred into the house and make their way back into your pet or even into you! I told you it was gross. So now you might be wondering what you can do to avoid this! We’ve thought of just the thing. 

Intesti Care is a daily supplement for your pet that creates an inhospitable environment to parasites so they can’t take up residence inside your pet's gut.  Its main ingredient, diatomaceous earth works by removing the waxy outer coating from the parasite's exoskeleton. Without this coating, they cannot retain water and die of dehydration. It's very safe for your pet and actually contains many health benefits.

Intesti Care Benefits

Creates an inhospitable environment to parasites

So parasites can't take up residence inside your pet's digestive tract.


Mineral-rich ingredients support the healthy development of nail, skin, bones, tendons, teeth, and blood vessels.

Digestive Support

Improves constipation, diarrhea, gas, bloating and improves the absorption of nutrients. 

Reduces inflammation

Ginger, Slippery Elm and Thyme contain anti-inflammatory properties to soothe the digestive tract and promote healing. 

100 % Safe & Non-Toxic (for your pet)

Intesti Care is all-natural, safe, and non-toxic containing only beneficial ingredients for your pet.

Lower Vet Bills Through Prevention

The cost of parasites can be huge if you have to go to the vet for testing, medication and other treatments.

Prevents parasites from being passed on to family members

If your pet has parasites, they can pass them onto you. Prevent parasites from taking up residence in your pet's gut and yours!


Diatomaceous earth

Food-grade Diatomaceous Earth contains microscopic particles that pierce the protective coating
of parasites in the digestive tract, dehydrating and killing them. Studies show that it is also useful in
targeting larvae and eggs of parasites.

Pumpkin Seed

Pumpkin Seed adds to the antiparasitic effects of the diatomaceous earth. Active compounds
paralyze worms and prevent them from holding on to the intestinal walls, helping to excrete them
during a bowel movement.


Ginger supports digestive function and helps kill parasites in the stomach before they reach the intestines. Ginger also has antiprotozoal effects, making it useful against Giardia, Coccidia,
and other protozoa.

Slippery Elm 

Slippery Elm has a bulking and softening effect on stool which helps in cleansing the bowels.
Its mucilage not only provides lots of nutrients, it also draws parasitic toxins from the digestive tract.


Thyme has antibacterial activity against bacteria like E. Coli and antifungal effects against Candida.
It targets and expels all life-cycles of parasites from the gut. Thyme is also a carminative, improving
digestion and aiding in breaking down gas and bloating.

Diatomaceous earth

A non-toxic natural substance made from crushed fossils of freshwater organisms and marine life. Diatomaceous earth is deadly to  any insect, yet completely harmless to animals.

Pumpkin Seed

An excellent source of antioxidants, omega 3, protein, iron, calcium, magnesium, phosphorus, potassium, zinc, folic acid, and Vitamin A. Immune system support. An anti-parasite treatment (natural dewormer) for intestinal parasites like tapeworm.


Ginger contains many antioxidants that can support dogs with motion sickness, blood circulation, nausea, gastrointestinal problems, and bloat.

Slippery Elm 

Slippery elm is one of the safest herbs commonly given to dogs, and one of the most beneficial. Slippery elm's mucilage content coats, soothes, and lubricates the mucus membranes lining the digestive tract.


Thyme has anti-oxidants as well as antiseptic, anti-spasmodic and anti-bacterial properties. It is good for the skin, supports brain function and gastrointestinal health.  It also helps the body digest and process fatty acids and can aid digestion.

Parasites and bacteria that may affect your pet


Roundworms are parasites that live freely in the intestine, feeding off of partially digested intestinal contents. Their name is derived from their tubular or 'round' shape.


Tapeworms are flat, segmented intestinal parasites of the cat and dog. Tapeworms belong to the cestode family of intestinal worms. There are several types of tapeworms, most common tapeworm species observed in dogs is Dipylidium caninum.


Whipworms are one of the most common intestinal parasites in dogs, along with tapeworms, hookworms, and roundworms. These one-quarter-inch-long organisms live in the cecum and colon (large intestine), where they attach to the mucosal lining.


Hookworms are intestinal parasites that live in the digestive system of your dog (or cat). The hookworm attaches to the lining of the intestinal wall and feeds on your dog's blood. Its eggs are ejected into the digestive tract and pass into the environment through your dog's feces.


Coccidia in dogs is an intestinal disease caused by single-cell parasite. These organisms infect the intestinal tract of their host and can cause mild to moderate symptoms, such as diarrhea.


Giardia is a tiny parasite that lives in the intestines of various animals. Giardia is passed in the feces of animals in the form of a cyst that is resistant to many environmental extremes. These cysts are scattered through the environment in feces or fecal-contaminated water.


Toxoplasmosis is a disease that results from infection with the Toxoplasma gondii parasite, one of the world's most common parasites. Infection usually occurs by exposure from infected cat feces, or mother-to-child transmission during pregnancy.


Flukes are parasitic organisms called trematodes. The most common lung fluke to affect dogs in North America is called the American lung fluke. Other species of lung flukes can infect dogs in other areas of the world, but are rarely found in North America.

E. coli

E. coli is naturally found in the intestinal tracts of many farm animals, including healthy cattle, sheep, and goats. Animals can carry E. coli and shed the germs in their stool but still appear healthy and clean.

What to expect 

Sometimes when starting a course of Intesti Care some pets may see a flare-up of symptoms. ⁠

However, this isn't cause for concern. During the course of treatment as parasites die off they release gases and toxins and as treatment progresses you will see these symptoms gradually go away. ⁠

⁠We recommend that you continue to give your pet Intesti care on a daily ⁠basis, even after your pet starts to feel better to catch any straggler eggs.  By continuing on a daily basis you will create an environment that is no longer hospitable to parasites.

How your pet can get parasites

You may not think you need to worry about parasites, but did you know your pet can get a parasite from drinking a puddle, walking on grass that's been pooped on by an infested animal in the last 30 days, chews a dead animal or even plays in the dirt?

If your cat or dog spends anytime outside they have a high likelihood of catching a parasite at some point. 

Try our One & Done method!

Just add NaturPet Intesti Care to your bag of food, mix and you’re done! The food absorbs the Intesti Care after only a few hours! Just remember to order another one before the next bag of food!

1 & Done

What Clients Say?

My cat showed sign of parasites in his digestive system. He was whining. Lethargic. I didn’t want the vet to give him more meds. Within a week he was back to normal. However I heard that too much could be hard on the kidney. So I make sure he eatS wet food while on it.

My dogs absolutely love this product. All of them and they are finicky eaters. A natural deworming product. Love the idea I certainly hope this work no harsh chemical for my furbabys.

So far it’s working great we have multiple cats and only two who hunt and have started eating what they catch now they have worms and we need to take care of them before the rest get them. So far we notice they seem to be dying off, the worms that is

Frequently Asked Questions

Is this good for preventing heartworm?

NaturPet Intesti Care is for intestinal parasites only, it will not help with heartworm. 

I have 2 dogs and 4 cats, how many tubs do I need?

Start off with 2 tubs. If you feed your pets dry kibble, simply count the number of servings as you place food into a bin, add the same number of NaturPet Intesti Care doses, mix and you are done!

The dosage for cats and small dogs is 1tsp daily. For medium to large dogs (55lbs and up) 1 tbsp per daily. 

Ideally you want to add this to food on a daily basis to prevent and treat parasites and bacteria, aid in digestion, and support healthy skin and fur. An acute infestation should clear up in a week but we recommend continuing for at least a full month in case they come back into contact with the source of the infestation, and to catch new larvae as they hatch.