Dog Wormers

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  1. Drontal Plus

    Drontal Plus flavour bone shaped tablets are an oral worming treatment for dogs. 

  2. Drontal Plus XL

    Drontal Plus XL flavour tablets are an oral worming treatment for dogs. 

  3. Droncit Worming Tablets

    Droncit Worming Tablets are for the treatment of tapeworm in cats and dogs. 

  4. Drontal Puppy Suspension - 50ml
    £10.98

    Drontal Puppy Suspension 50ml is an oral worming treatment indicated for use in puppies. 

  5. Drontal Puppy Suspension - 100ml
    £18.76

    Drontal Puppy Suspension 100ml is an oral worming treatment indicated for use in puppies. 

  6. Cestem Flavour Tablets for Dogs
    £2.06

    Cestem is a liver flavoured broad spectrum wormer, which kills every type of intestinal worm commonly found in UK dogs.

  7. Cestem Flavour XL Tablets for Dogs
    £4.72

    Cestem XL is a liver flavoured broad spectrum wormer, which kills every type of intestinal worm commonly found in UK dogs.

  8. Veloxa Chewable Tablets for Dogs

    Veloxa Chewable Tablets are a newly formulated multiwormer for dogs.

  9. Veloxa XL Chewable Tablets for Dogs

    Veloxa XL Chewable Tablets are a newly formulated multiwormer for dogs.

  10. Prazitel Plus Worming Tablets for Dogs

    Prazitel Plus tablets control tapeworm, roundworms, hookworms and whipworms in dogs and puppies.

  11. Cazitel Plus Worming Tablets for Dogs

    Cazitel Plus is a pork flavoured tablet for the treatment of intestinal worms in dogs.

  12. Cazitel Plus Worming Tablets for XL Dogs

    Cazitel Plus XL is a pork flavoured tablet for the treatment of intestinal worms in dogs.

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It is recommended that you use a worming medication for your dog every three months in order to target any eggs, larvae or actual worms that are living inside your dog's body. Tapeworms and roundworms are the two worms that are most commonly found in dogs, and for the sake of the health of your pet and your family, it is advisable to eliminate them as soon as possible. It is easy for a dog to pick up worms while exploring outside and unfortunately while there is no medication to prevent an infestation, regular treatments can nip them in the bud quickly. Indications that your dog has been infected with worms include vomiting and diarrhoea, a swollen stomach, tiredness and digestive problems. You can only be sure however by examining the faeces of your dog. Regular treatment removes the need to take part in this rather unpleasant task.