Many dogs and cats will harbour worm infections that are not at all obvious, but may reduce their vitality. Many puppiesaround 70% have roundworms, and these can be dangerous to children so its good practice to worm puppies every 2 weeks , from 2 to 10 weeks of age. In adult dogs roundworms are not such a problem, but tapeworms are common and most infestations arise from dogs eating fleas, so regular flea treatment will also help control worms. Most dogs will benefit from worming every three months. treatment and prevention is simple and effective so why not keep worms and fleas under control with our ranges of easy to use products you will find in the medication department.
Mon, 25 Apr 2016 Archie, Black Labrador