Worms are one of the most common health problems in pets, and all pets are at risk if not wormed regularly. If untreated worms can lead to loss of appetite, a lack of energy, vomiting and diarrhoea, and can be particularly debilitating for the very young or elderly pets. Regular worming not only helps keep pets healthy, but it reduces the risk of worms being passed on to humans, especially young children.
Keeping the family & pets protected
- Worm pets regularly, especially where there are children in the family.
- Treat hunters and scavengers more frequently, particularly against tapeworms.
- Keep pets free from fleas to reduce the risk of tapeworm that can be caught from fleas.
Speak to one of our vets or vet nurses who will suggest a parasite prevention programme to keep your pet protected.