Quest ADE is a way to control external and internal parasites in your dog.

Quest ADE is a non-toxic, safe substance made up from crushed fossils of freshwater organisms and marine life, crushed to a fine powder. Quest ADE is deadly to any insect yet completely harmless to animals.

Quest ADE’s mode of action for insect and parasite control is strictly mechanical. The microscopically sharp edges contact the insect or parasite, and pierce their protective coating, so they soon dehydrate and die.

The larvae is affected in the same way.

The Benefits Of Quest ADE For Dogs.

Internal parasites can be controlled by giving Quest ADE internally. It is very important to note that it must be food grade (Which Quest ADE is).

Quest ADE can eliminate roundworms, whipworms, pinworms, and hookworms within seven days of being fed daily. To be most effective, Quest ADE should be fed for at least 30 days, to catch all newly hatching eggs or the cycling of the worms through the lungs and back to the stomach.

Another use for Quest ADE is the control of external parasites and fleas. This is achieved by dusting your dog, along with his bedding area and surrounding carpeted areas.
Other Uses
Diatomaceous Earth has also been reported in scientific literature to absorb methyl mercury, e-coli, endotoxins, viruses, organophosphate pesticide residues, drug residues, and protein, perhaps even the proteinaceous toxins produced by some intestinal infections.

Dosage
For dogs, use two teaspoon per day in his food for dogs over 55 lbs. and one teaspoon per day for small dogs and puppies. For external parasite control, simply rub the powder at full strength into the coat for fleas and sprinkle on bedding.