Vitapet Worming Treatment

All puppies and kittens are born with intestinal (gut) worms, and it is important to treat them regularly to prevent poor health and even fatal intestinal blockage. A puppy or kitten with a lot of worms may have a fat round belly, thin coat and be less playful.

Worm treatments should be given at two, four, six, eight, 10 and 12 weeks of age. Roundworms are the most important worm in puppies and kittens, although a broad-spectrum treatment (that also treats hookworms, whipworms and tapeworms) is often given.

Older puppies and kittens and adult dogs and cats  should be given broad-spectrum worm treatment every three months, or monthly, depending on the product.

Speak to your vet about ongoing treatment for the prevention of parasites.

Vitapet All Wormer

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For control of:

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VitaIconTapeworm

VitaIconHookworm

VitaIconWhipworm*

Vitapet Worming Paste

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For control of:

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VitaIconTapeworm

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Vitapet Worming Tablets

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For control of:

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VitaIconHookworm*

*Dogs Only