Keeping your dog flea treated and wormed is vital for your dog's ongoing health and protection.

Our flea treatments also give protection from ticks.

You can order just one month’s cover at our shop, or you can put on auto-repeat, arriving through your letterbox monthly, this way you will never forget.

Full instructions on when to treat and how to use are available at our website SHOP under each product. Each product arrives with full instructions inside the box.

Want to dewormer naturally? See below for our natural dewormer chews.

What types of worms do dogs and cats get?

Dogs have three types of worms they should be treated for; tapeworms, roundworms and lungworms.

Lungworm isn’t common and you don’t get it all over the UK but it can be very dangerous if your pet is infected. Therefore it is crucial that ALL dogs are treated. Lungworm can cause dogs to cough, and prevent blood from clotting properly. This can be fatal.

Cats should be treated for tapeworm and roundworm. Tapeworm is really common in cats and some types are infectious to humans too.

Roundworm is really common in cats and dogs.

Worms in puppies and kittens can cause them to have pot bellies, upset stomachs, blocked bowels and rapid weight loss.

Prevention is better than cure

Cats and dogs preventative worming treatment is easy to administer, but you must routinely do this to ensure your pet doesn’t get worms.

Pets should be wormed every month up to 6 months of age, then 4 times a year after that for Roundworm and Tapeworm. Lungworm treatment for dogs needs to be done monthly.

Worming treatments can either be done at home or by a vet in the practice.

Treatment is either via a tablet or a spot on. Spot on is a liquid dropped onto the skin on the back of the neck.

To administer it, pick an area that your pet can’t lick (back of the neck or between the shoulders is best), part their hair and drop the treatment directly onto the skin.

When it comes to worming, the key things to remember are:

  • Worming needs to be done
  • It needs to be done regularly – at least 4 times a year
  • It is not as hard as you think, an auto-repeat delivery means it just arrives and you never forget.

Symptoms of Dogs With Worms

  • Loose Toilet
  • Abdominal pain.
  • Weight loss.
  • Poor coat appearance.
  • Pot-bellied appearance.

 

How can I naturally worm my dog?

Rabbit Ears - Healthy natural chews.

Key benefits

Helps cleanse your dog’s intestinal tract and may even aid in deworming. – Longer lasting chew – Helps keep teeth clean – Fur is a great source of Maganese needed for strong tendons and ligaments

Our Rabbit Ears for dogs with hair consist of 100% low-fat cartilage with “skin and hair” and are a great long-lasting, chewing snack for your dog. 

Why are they are great for your dog?

  • The soluble fibres in the hair may aid in cleansing your dog’s intestinal tract and may even aid in de-worming. 
  • This treat is long-lasting (unless you have a Labrador!) and soothing to chew. Great to calm a dog down. 
  • Rabbit ears are a fantastic way for your dog to clean its teeth naturally as well as acting as a natural dewormer.

 

 

 

 

 

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