Proactive protection against worms in dogs
None of us like to think that our pets are carrying worms. However they’re widespread and infection rates are high. Almost all dogs (and cats) will be infected with worms at some point during their lives. Symptoms of worms in dogs include diarrhea, weight loss and vomiting. Worms can also cause ill health in humans, and the only way to keep them at bay long-term is with regular protection.
Vets recommend regular worming treatment for all dogs every three months, alongside a regular dog flea treatment. Puppies younger than six months old, pregnant or lactating bitches, as well as hunters and those on a raw meat diet are higher risk and may therefore need more regular treatments.
For worms in dogs, we use Drontal which kills every type of intestinal worm commonly found in the UK. And our regular delivery service means you’ll never forget to protect your pet.
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