Dog Worming

You normally need to worm your dog every three months, but it does vary between worming products. You should also regularly use a flea treatment to prevent tapeworms (fleas carry tapeworm eggs).

If your dog catches worms despite regular worming, you’ll need to talk to your vet about changing the routine.

Puppies also need to be wormed more regularly. According to PDSA, they should start being wormed at approximately two weeks old, every two weeks, until they’re 16 weeks old. If you’re buying a puppy, find out what worming routine the breeder has been following, but also consult your vet.

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