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Your pet can pick up worms from everyday activities
From walkies to grooming your pet can easily pick up worms.

Only regular worming really gets rid of worms
Repeat and Defeat Easy to remember: Treat at start of season

The impact of worms on you and your family (including your fur kids)

Many pets can transmit parasites to humans, known as zoonotic transmission. Children and the elderly are particularly vulnerable to zoonotic disease. Regular worming protects families and communities, as well as pets.

The threat endoparasites (parasites that live inside the host) pose to your pet is often invisible. But there are things you can watch out for:

    • Diarrhoea and vomiting
    • Malnutrition and poor growth
    • A distended, swollen abdomen
    • Anaemia (the loss of healthy red blood cells)
    • ‘Scooting’ along the floor (this may indicate tapeworms in dogs)
    • Death, in severe cases.

Effective, vet-strength formula

The active ingredients in Drontal® break the life cycle of roundworms, hookworms, whipworms and tapeworms to keep your pet safe.

Combining a Drontal® treatment with your flea and tick and heartworm prevention provides your pet with the ultimate defence against parasites.

Fewer treatments, same incredible protection

Forget trying to remember to treat your pet for intestinal worms monthly.  It’s important to regularly worm your pet to break the life cycle of worms.  Switch to Drontal® and you’ll only be treating your pet every three months. Remember, Repeat and Defeat!

Our best tip? Dose them at the start of each season so you’ll never skip a treatment!

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Easy to dose for puppies

It can be challenging giving a wriggly puppy any kind of treatment. Drontal® Puppy Suspension’s liquid formula makes it easy to dose from two weeks of age for puppies and small dogs.

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Finding it tricky to give your cat a tablet?

Drontal® Cat Allwormers are designed to make treatment a little easier with a round shape and smooth coating to help your cat swallow them down. For use with kittens from 3 months of age.

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We design our treatments to be as easy to swallow as possible.

For bigger dogs, we offer tablets and palatable chews, which you can halve to match your dog’s size.

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