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Beaphar Worming Syrup 45ml



Beaphar Worming Syrup 45ml

Beaphar Worming Syrup is a chocolate flavoured syrup for the safe and effective treatment of roundworms in puppies and kittens from 2 weeks old. Multi-use pack, suitable for treating whole litters and their mothers. Also suitable for older pets that do not like to take tablets. Supplied in easy-to-use pump dispenser. Can be given directly into the mouth, or mixed with milk or a little food. UK authorised veterinary medicinal product. FAQs
Q My cat has been sick after worming – what should I do?
A Sometimes cats are sick after taking tablets or medication. Like humans, some animals have sensitivities to medications which are not evident until they take them for the first time. If your cat is sick immediately after taking a worming treatment, it is probable that the worming treatment will not have been absorbed into its system, and will need to be repeated in a couple of days when its tummy has settled done. If this happens, provide fresh water and keep and eye on the animal in cvase its condition deteriorates. If vomiting persists or your pet seems to be in distress, we advise contacting your vet. Take the product packaging with you, so that your vet can see what you have been using. If you find one type of treatment is unsuitable for you own pet, Beaphar have a range of worming solutions which can offer an alternative.

Q How do dogs get roundworms?
A There are several species of roundworm that affect dogs. The most common type is Toxocara canis. These worms can be several inches in length, and have round bodies (very similar to a tiny earthworm, but without the segments). They are a whitish or pinkish brown colour due to ingested material. These worms are spread from dog to grass to dog. The eggs are microscopic in size and are passed in the faeces. They stick to muzzles and feet, and are ingested again by licking. Subsequently, the larvae hatch in the intestines of the dog, travel to the liver, into the bloodstream, and so enter the lungs. They are coughed up from the lungs, and are swallowed again, so reaching the intestines, where they mature into adults and start producing eggs, thus completing the cycle. The adult worms are usually noticed in puppies when they are vomited or passed in the faeces. In the adult dog, many larvae remain as harmless

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Weight:  20.0000
Beaphar Worming Syrup

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