Wormers

Wormers

Petwell supplies various types of wormers including DrontalPanacur, Veloxa, Edongard, Dolpac in tablet (some of them in beef flavour), granules, pastes and liquid suspension. These products are for the treatment of dogs with mixed infections of nematodes and cestodes, including Ascarids, Hookworms, Whipworms and Tapeworms.

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Worms are one of the most common health problems that affect our pups. Dog worms can cause a variety of health problems in dogs. There are 5 types of worms that generally affect our four-legged companions such as heartworms, roundworm in dogs, hookworms, tapeworms in dogs, and whipworms. Almost all dogs become infected with them at some time in their lives, especially if no action is taken to prevent this issue. No pet parent likes the idea of their dog to be carrying worms, therefore, it’s essential to learn more about how to minimize the impact of worms on your dog.

How does your dog get worms?

Our pets can be the victims of several intestinal parasites which are often referred to as worms. Some of the most common ways to contract worms in dogs include drinking contaminated water, rolling in, sniffing, eating or licking contaminated soil, consuming infected prey like rodents or birds, and mosquito, flea or tick bites. It is very important to understand that worms in dogs can cause severe medical issues and health conditions if they are not treated accordingly.

Symptoms of worms in dogs

Identifying worms in dogs may sometimes be difficult as the symptoms may not always be visible. However, it is important to pay attention to any symptom your four-legged friend might display to help them be at their best health. Also, preventing the presence and spread of worms in and around your home and family is essential. Dog worms can also be dangerous to humans. Toxocara Canis, a common type of dog worm can be passed on to humans. Some of the most common signs of worm infestation in dogs may include weight loss, diarrhea, anemia, vomiting, and scratching particularly around the base of the tail.

Dog worms treatment and how to prevent

Although it is a common medical issue that dogs get, dog worms are generally treatable and it’s recommended to treat regularly to prevent the onset of advanced stages of worm infestation. Dog worming tablets such as Drontal for dogs is the most popular and effective worming treatment, it is highly recommended by numerous veterinarians as it is effective to kill almost all types of worm your dog is ever likely to get.

The best way to protect your dog from worms is to prevent it. There are various preventive measures which can be taken to ensure your dog remains at lower risk for contacting and spreading dog worms. Some of the preventive measures include the initial treatment administrated of worming puppies at 3 weeks of age to prevent puppy worms such as Drontal Suspension for Puppies, then every 1-3months using the best dog worming tablets, prompt detection and stool examinations performed between 2 to 4 times per year.

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