How Often Do You Have to Worm Dogs?


Adult dogs are ideally wormed every three months. However, you should consult your veterinary for more information as to how frequently you need to give your dog worming medication as this may vary with each dog.
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You should worm your dog every 3 months, or 4 times a year. Check the instructions on your chosen brand and follow their guidelines.
All dogs should be wormed on a regular basis, as it is not healthy for them to live with a free-loading population of parasites in their body such as roundworms, hookworms, whipworms and heartworms. Most oral worming products are effective at the time of use, but they do not have a prolonged action. It is therefore recommended to use a worming treatment every 3 months.
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