You already know that it’s important to have your companion vaccinated to prevent them from catching harmful conditions. But unfortunately, parasites pose a risk to your pet’s health and happiness too. It’s therefore extremely important you provide regular parasite treatment for your four-legged friend.
Both flea and worm infestations are relatively common in cats, dogs, rabbits and other domestic animals if they are not prevented. However, by providing your companion with routine treatment, these pesky parasites can be stopped in their tracks.
As well as being potentially fatal to animals, fleas and worms can be passed from animal to animal, and to you and your family too. With fleas living in warm environments, and worms bedding down INSIDE their host, parasites are not only a nuisance, but harmful to your health too.
Finally, parasite treatment doesn’t come in the form of ‘one size fits all’. You should therefore speak with a member of our friendly team before you administer any medication to your companion. They will advise you about the treatment best suited to your pet, show you how to apply it, and answer any questions you may have.
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