Our deworming services are designed to keep your cat or dog protected from pesky parasites, allowing them to live their best life by your side. With our tailored deworming solutions, we aim to eliminate the threats and ensure your pet leads a vibrant and active life. To get started, call us at 902-468-7387.
How do pets get infected with parasites?
Pets can get infected with parasites through various routes, such as ingesting contaminated food, water, or soil. Fleas and ticks can also transmit certain parasites to your pet when they are outside, such as dog parks or taller bushes. Additionally, some parasites can be transmitted from mother to offspring during pregnancy or through nursing. Our deworming services target a wide range of parasites, ensuring your pet stays protected and healthy.
What are the signs that my dog or cat might have parasites?
Watch out for signs like diarrhea, vomiting, weight loss, a dull coat, and changes in appetite, as these could be indicators of a parasite infestation. Some parasites, like heartworms, may not show obvious symptoms in the early stages. Regular check-ups and deworming are essential to detect and address any potential parasite issues before they become severe.
How often should my pet be dewormed?
The frequency of deworming depends on various factors, including your pet's age, lifestyle, and risk of exposure to parasites. Puppies and kittens are usually dewormed more frequently to ensure they start life parasite-free. Adult pets, on the other hand, may require regular deworming based on their activities and exposure to parasites. Our veterinarians will assess your pet's individual needs and recommend a personalized deworming schedule to keep them protected.