The best way to treat your cat for worms

Remember – just because you don’t see any worms doesn’t necessarily mean your pet is worm free!

ADULT CATS

All adult cats need to be treated against roundworms and tapeworms regularly. The frequency of worming and drug used will depend on the lifestyle of your cat. We have available the very latest products which have been developed. They work well, are safe and are easy to use. We can tailor your worming program to suit you and your pets.

Our vets and nurses are always happy to give all the advice you need.

Recommended Treatments available

Drontal Cat tablets contain a very effective combination of drugs to kill both round and tapeworms with just a single dose.

Profender: The only available spot on which kills both roundworms and tapeworms. Very easy to use.

Milbemax: nice small tablets. Easy for kittens. Kills both round and tapeworm.

Panacur is also available as liquid or granules and may be used for cats which are difficult to give tablets and are fussy eaters.

Stronghold: A flea treatment which also kills roundworms.

KITTENS

Kittens need to be treated for roundworms. They become infested with these worms from their mothers, which excrete them in their milk.

Recommended Treatment Regime:

Use milbemax, every 2-3 weeks up to 12 weeks old. Start worming as for adults from 4-6 months old.