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Many different types of gastrointestinal worms can infect your dog. In Australia, the most common are hookworms, roundworms, whipworms, flea tapeworms, hydatid tapeworms and heartworms. Not every dog wormer treats all of them, with heartworms in particular often requiring a specialised dog worming tablet or treatment. These gastrointestinal worms are the most deadly (and preventable) of them all, so make sure you invest in a heartwarming product from us today.
The best time to give your dogs worming tablets depends on a variety of factors, including their age, health, and lifestyle. It is important to ensure a regular and consistent worming schedule in order to effectively manage and prevent various types of worms that can affect your dogs. The following are the recommended worming intervals for various dog ages:
Your veterinarian can help you determine exactly what worming schedule would be most appropriate for your pet. You can also connect with us if you got any inquiries about worm tablets and our staff will definitely accommodate you. Call us (1300 838 746) or send us an email at [email protected] with your questions.
When shopping for dog wormers, the best one for your pooch is one that treats any potential infestations and offers complete protection against the most common worm types. Another consideration is to choose a product that is right for your pet’s age, weight and life stage. Brands like Drontal, HeartGard Plus and NexGard Spectra have a great selection, including puppy worming tablets and, worming tablets for adult dogs. They also offer a variety of application types, including chewable worming tablets and topical dewormer products for dogs..
At VetShopAustralia, we have dog supplies for pets at every life stage, from puppies to pregnant dogs and senior pooches. You’ll find all the products you need to support your pregnant pet on our website, including dog wormers. Most of our range is approved for use with pregnant and lactating dogs — simply check the label of the dog wormer you are interested in purchasing for confirmation.
It is highly recommended that you consult a veterinarian before starting any dog worming tablets or other treatments. That is because there are a variety of possible worms your dog might be affected with, and a medical diagnosis is the only way to know you are actually treating the problem. Furthermore, a vet can determine the severity of the worm infestations and advise whether any other measures need to be taken to preserve your dog’s health.
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