Eliminating worms and other parasites reduces the risk of preventable diseases in pets.

The well-being of your pet is our top priority, and our experienced veterinary team is here to guide you through effective deworming solutions tailored to your companion. Protect the vitality of your cat or dog with our quality deworming services, ensuring a healthy and happy life.

Why is deworming important for my pet's health?

Deworming is crucial for the health of your pet as it plays an essential role in preventing and controlling intestinal parasitic infestations. Intestinal parasites, such as roundworms, tapeworms, and other gastrointestinal parasites, can cause serious health problems in pets. The consequences of a parasitic infestation may include digestive disorders, weight loss, nutritional deficiencies, and, in severe cases, potentially fatal complications.

How often should my pet be dewormed?

The frequency of deworming depends on various factors such as lifestyle, age, and environmental risks to which the animal is exposed. Generally, most adult pets benefit from deworming every three to six months to maintain effective protection against intestinal parasites. However, the frequency may vary based on individual needs. Puppies and kittens may require more frequent deworming during their first few months. Active outdoor animals or those exposed to parasitic environments may also require more regular deworming.

Do monthly parasite treatments also cover protection against worms?

Some monthly parasite treatments may include protection against worms, but this varies depending on the specific product. Some oral tablets or spot-ons provide protection against intestinal parasites, complementing their action against fleas, ticks, lice, and sometimes heartworms. However, not all parasite products cover all types of worms; some focus on roundworms or flatworms, while others offer broader protection. To ensure comprehensive protection tailored to your pet's needs, it is recommended to consult with our veterinary team.

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