But before we shed light on this debated topic, let’s walk through some of the basics of deworming pets.
Deworming Treatments for Cats and Dogs
If you have a pet, you may have heard about the threats of gastrointestinal worms from other pet owners or from your vet about the importance of deworming treatments. The common gastrointestinal worms that affect our pets include roundworms, hookworms, tapeworms, and whipworms. Anthelmintics (deworming treatments) are used to get rid of these worms. These deworming treatments come in the form of tablets, capsules, granules, chewables, topical and oral suspensions.
Now that you know about worms and dewormer treatments, let’s reveal the answers to this debated question without any further delays.
How often should you deworm your cat or dog?
The frequency at which you should deworm your pet depends on a lot of factors. In fact, different sizes, breeds, and ages of dogs will need different approaches, as discussed further below.
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