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Most loved dog wormers
Worms are one of the most common issues our furry friends have to deal with, so keep on top of their regular de-worming routine with OnBuy's range of dog worming tablets and various forms of worming treatment for dogs - a simple way to prevent those pesky parasites from making themselves at home!
With several different options on offer, you can find a solution that'll work best for your pup: dog worming liquids are ideal for pooches who don't mind taking medicine while dog worming granules and worming tablets for dogs are easy to sneak into their food if they do!
Whichever dog wormer you opt for, our selection features offerings from trusted pet brands - so you can rest assured knowing you're getting only the best for your loyal companion. And since fleas are known to carry tapeworm eggs, make sure to also stock up on flea treatment to be extra safe!
Dog wormers FAQs
Do dog wormers from the supermarket work?
Unless you know what kind of parasite your dog's dealing with, you can't accurately medicate for it. There are many types of dewormers that can be found in the supermarket - each formulated for different types of worms - so it's important to know exactly what you're treating before buying any medication. If your dog is experiencing gastrointestinal issues, chances are it's not because of worms. Ultimately, it's always best to get a diagnosis from your vet and ask for recommendations before buying.
What's the best wormer for dogs?
Deworming your dog on a regular basis is vital for their overall health. The best dog wormers usually have a few different active ingredients, and it's important to know these before you purchase any dewormer. The most efficient wormers for dog contain Pyrantel Pamoate, Piperazine, Fenbendazole, Praziquantel, and Ivermectin. These ingredients are safe and effective in treating many types of worms in dogs.
What are some natural dog wormers?
As every dog and situation is different, we recommend always visiting your vet if you suspect your pet is suffering from worms. However, if you do want to treat them naturally, there are a few small changes you can make to their diet to do this. Feeding your dog pumpkin seeds (whole or ground and added to food) can be an extremely effective way to treat worms. Pumpkin seeds contain an amino acid called cucurbitacin which paralyses the worms, making for easy removal through stools. One teaspoon of raw pumpkin seeds per 10lbs of body weight twice a day should work well. Other natural remedies include carrots, coconut, turmeric, chamomile and apple cider vinegar. Always check to see how much you should be feeding your dog before including these in their diet.
Are dog wormers safe?
Yes, dog wormers are made with safe ingredients and are certified before being released on the market. As with all medication, always follow the manufacturer's instructions.
Is it bad to give a dog wormers if they don't have worms?
If you're giving your dog wormers, albeit with or without worms, you should always do this in accordance with advice provided by your vet. Generally, puppies should be administered wormers every two weeks until they are 12 weeks old. The treatment should continue monthly until they are six months old, and then every three months to keep them safe.