Flea, tick and worming treatment for dogs
Fleas, ticks and worms will drive your dog crazy. They itch, irritate and are generally uncomfortable. As if that’s not worse enough – these little freeloaders may also infect you. The only way to protect your dog and your family is to regularly treat your dog for fleas, ticks and worms.
The best way to do this is to give them a proper dog flea and worm treatment. We have all the trusted brands of dog flea and worm treatment at discount prices.
Flea treatment for dogs
The best flea treatment for dogs includes oral flea treatment like dog flea tablets and topical treatments like spot-ons.
Topical medication for fleas involves applying the product directly to your dog’s skin. Oral flea treatment for dogs is ingested by your dog. The choice of dog flea treatment is yours based on what you feel is easier to treat your dog with.
We stock popular dog flea treatments from brands such as Frontline, Advantage and Advocate for dogs.
Dealing with ticks on dogs
You should regularly check your dog for ticks especially if they spend a lot of time outside. If any ticks come into contact with your dog they must be removed immediately. It is dangerous to squeeze ticks therefore they must be removed carefully.
We stock a tick hook in our online store, which can be used to effectively remove the entire head of the parasite. Where ticks on dogs are concerned the best way to prevent them is by using a designated tick spray or dog tick tablets.
The most brutal of the tick family is the Paralysis tick. Exclusive to Australia, this tick is small but can inject a poison into your dog’s bloodstream that can paralyse them entirely. Paralysis ticks can be fatal to dogs, so at first sign of a paralysis tick, treat your dog with a flea treatment that is effective in killing paralysis ticks. Advantix and Nexgard are a popular choice with dog owners, they are easy to administer and a pack is available for dogs of all ages and breeds. It is important that you take your dog to a vet clinic as soon as possible once detecting a paralysis tick.
Dog worming treatments
Adult dogs should be treated for worms every three months with a dog worming treatment. The best wormers for dogs include oral wormers like dog worming tablets and topical treatments like spot-ons.