What are intestinal worms?
A type of parasite, intestinal worms live off of a pet in their intestines. They are usually ingested as eggs or larvae and then fully mature in the intestines. There are many different types of worms that each survive in slightly different ways, but being parasites, they generally live off of the host through taking their blood and nutrition. As a result, they can cause many issues for our beloved pets. What’s more, they can spread and reproduce quickly, making them very easy for pets to get. Whilst there are many treatments out there for dealing with worms in cats and dogs, the best method to choose is to take preventative action. Some of the most common worms in cats and dogs to prevent against include:
Dewormer for Cats & Dogs
Worms can be a horrible experience for both you and your pet so to help you in the fight to prevent these pesky parasites, Animigo’s Dewormer can be your perfect ally. Made with the best natural formulation, each ingredient in this liquid supplement has been carefully chosen for their benefits to help your pet’s intestinal health, strengthen their natural immunity and ward off unwanted worms. By offering a natural choice with Animigo’s Dewormer, you can avoid harsh chemicals and trust nature when caring for your favourite furry friends.
Have you experienced the trouble of giving your pet a regular capsule or tablet? We know how difficult it can be at times, which is why our natural Dewormer comes in the form of easy to manage drops. With a handy pipette as part of the bottle, you can quickly and easily measure out the required number of drops dependant on your pet’s weight. Simply add the drops to a teaspoon of water (that has been boiled to remove any bacteria and then cooled) and then add to either their regular food or water as preferred (just make sure they eat or drink all of it).
(up to 10kg)
How often should you use this?
Adult cats and dogs should use this natural dewormer every 3 months as a way to help keep their digestive system healthy and prevent intestinal worms. Kittens and puppies should be wormed at 4,6,8 and 12 weeks of age and then every 3 months. As puppies are most susceptible to worms, you can begin using the product at 2 weeks if required. Do not give to your pet if they are pregnant or lactating.
Wormwood Complex, Garlic, Jugulars, Eugenia, Thymus Vulgaris, Cinnamomum, Picrasma.