Flea Tick And Worm
Regular flea, tick and worm treatment is a must for the long-term health and wellbeing of your dog. Parasite protection not only keeps your dog safe but also your family members too, sometimes if your dog is infested these nasties can transfer to humans and other pets too.
Treatments can come in topical spot on’s, chews and tablets.
Spot on’s are a liquid that goes on topically to the back of your dogs neck
Chews are often meat flavoured and dogs may eat them like a treat
Tablets can be given orally or hidden in your dogs’ food
Flea and Tick Treatment for Dogs
Fleas can be a very annoying pest for your pup, causing itchy and irritated skin. They can also be quite hard to find as they’re small and quick-moving, so, prevention is the best method. You can try flea medications, sprays, collars and more, use what will suit you and your dog the best.
It is very important to actively protect your dog against paralysis ticks. These ticks live along the East Coast of Australia and generally come out in warmer weather, however, they have been found all over Australia and during the colder months also. Tick paralysis is a very serious and potentially fatal condition so it’s best to keep your pet protected all year round.
Customer favourite treatments
NexGard Spectra - covers fleas, ticks, heartworm, intestinal worms and mites
Bravecto - covers fleas, ticks and mites
Milbemax - covers intestinal worms
Simparica Trio - covers fleas, ticks, heartworm and intestinal worms
Do flea collars really work?
Yes, flea collars are an easy way to protect against your dog. However, they must be used correctly to be effective, always check the label directions.
Do all dogs need worming tablets?
Yes, all dogs are at risk of getting infested with worms at some stage of their life. Dogs can get worms in a lot of different ways, dogs like to lick almost everything, which can lead to swallowing worm eggs and larvae. Puppies can also be given worms from their mother if unprotected.
Can I give my dog more than one type of treatment?
Yes! In order to give your dog complete protection, you may need to combine a few different treatments.