From Tuesday 24th March our Cadham practice will be closed until further notice

 

To book an appointment or to access one of our services, please contact us. To reduce the spread of COVID-19 and maintain social distancing, the practice team will take your pet inside and provide you with updates via phone. Please click here to find out more.

All dogs are susceptible to worms and some types such as heartworm and lungworm, can be very serious.

Regular worming helps to minimise the amount of egg contamination in the environment. So regular treatment against worms will ensure they are less likely to suffer from worms.  Our vets are nurses are able to tailor a preventative worming regime to your family and your pet's needs.

With so many worming products to choose from, it can be difficult to decide on an appropriate course of treatment for your dog. But as a general rule, you should choose the treatment your vet recommends.

They'll know your dog's medical history, so they'll be able to advise on a solution that's as safe, as it is effective.

The good news is that worms are relatively easy to eliminate, and your vet will be able to provide suitable treatment. If you suspect that your dog is suffering from a worm infestation, or if you'd like to know more about the various worming treatments available, get in touch today.