Worming a pet should form a regular part of their routine healthcare; worming not only protects a pet from carrying and suffering the effects of parasites, but also helps to protect farm animals and people too.
Cats and dogs contract worms commonly through scavenging, catching wildlife and from fleas. An ever present concern is that of lungworm in dogs, which is transmitted through molluscs and their slime trails. A dog doesn’t have to actually eat a slug or snail, because worm larvae can be found within infected slime, all over a pet’s outdoor environment.
We recommend that dogs and cats are wormed regularly, depending on their age and life style; kittens and puppies need extra worming against roundworms which are passed on from their mother.
We stock a range of worming products so that there is something to suit all pets and lifestyles. Why not learn more about discounted worming treatment as well as spreading the costs by seeing our Pet Health Club page?