Intestinal Worms In Cats & Dogs
Regular worming is an essential part of good pet ownership. Intestinal worms live in the gastrointestinal system of cats and dogs and include hookworm, roundworm, whipworm and tapeworm. They can cause severe diarrhoea and disease, especially in puppies and kittens.
Usually worming is done with a simple tablet. Call Eastside Veterinary Clinic to find out what products we recommend.
Heartworm Prevention in Dogs
Heartworm is the disease that nightmares are made of!
Prevention of heartworm is one of the most important things you must do for your dog – curing heartworm is rarely successful. Note that intestinal “all wormer” tablets do NOT protect against heartworm.
At Eastside Veterinary Clinic, we recommend an annual injection for your dog to protect against heartworm.
Fleas are the most common external parasite we find on dogs and cats. They cause intense itching and hair loss, and may also trigger skin allergies or transmit other parasites to your dog.
Flea prevention involves a monthly spot on treatment or oral tablet – call us to make sure you use the right product. BEWARE as pyrethrin-based flea treatments are toxic to cats.
Call our friendly vet staff today to ensure your pet is protected against parasites – we can recommend products to suit your pet’s individual needs.
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