Worms

Puppies and kittens can be infected with worms through their mother’s milk and should be wormed at the breeders or rescue centre before you bring them home. They should then be treated once a month until they are six months old after which time worming can be carried out a minimum of four times a year. The frequency of worming depends on your pet's lifestyle and product used and your vet will advise you on the best regime for your adult pet. Remember that there may not be any visible signs to indicate that your pet is harbouring worms.

The worms we routinely treat for are:

Roundworms
Tapeworms

Rabbits and other small mammals can be wormed with appropriate products if necessary.

We can provide additional protection against Heartworm for dogs travelling abroad.