Intestinal worms affect thousands of Australian pets every year and, if left untreated,
can lead to the development of cysts or hydatids in the lung, liver or heart.
The most common types of worms are Roundworm, Hookworm, Whipworm, Tapeworm and Hydatid Tapeworm.
Dogs and cats pick up intestinal worms in many ways, some by transmission from the mother during pregnancy or following birth, others by ingestion, skin penetration, contact with other animals or even by eating offal.
The good news is that keeping your pets free from these parasites is easy. EXELPET® offers a great range of effective but simple to use treatment and prevention products that last for up to 3 months.
NOTE: Intestinal worming products do not treat heartworm in dogs. Click here for heartworm prevention