Intestinal Dog Worming Tablets | Aussie Vet Products
Dogs can pick up worms by eating worm eggs or larvae in contaminated soil, faeces or infected small animals. This can easily lead to worm larvae making their way into the dog's system, where unchecked they can cause malnourishment and other conditions. However, with regular dog worming, you can prevent this from becoming a serious health issue for your dog.
In most cases, you may not be able to tell if your dog has worms. Adult dogs tend not to become unwell from a small numbers of worms, however it is common for puppies to experience problems such as diarrhoea, anaemia and intestinal blockage. If your dog has worms, they can pass them onto humans as well as other dogs, so it is important to worm your dog regularly even if they don't have symptoms.
Intestinal worms such as Roundworms, Hookworms, Whipworms and Tapeworm are common parasites that are easily contracted by dogs through contaminated faeces, soil and dead wildlife. Treating your dog with a broad spectrum intestinal dog worming tablets every 3 months is essential.
We recommend Drontal Allwormer, Paragard or Endogard dog worming tablets. Puppies should be wormed every 2 weeks until 12 weeks old and then once a month until 6 months. From 6 months old a regular 3 monthly deworming program should remain. These quality dog wormers are highly effective in controlling various worms including roundworm, whipworm, hookworm, and tapeworm.
Our online pet supplies store provides a wide range of deworming products for dogs and puppies along with flea and tick treatments and heartworm prevention. We supply stock top brand dog worming tablets and treatments to help pet parents give the best health care to their fur babies.