PURINA TOTAL CARE Tasty Allwormer for Dogs makes it easy to deworm your dog. These tasty, liver-flavoured dog worming tablets kill and control roundworms, hookworms, whipworms, and tapeworms in all dog breeds, helping to rid your pet of the most common intestinal worms.
Intestinal worms are a common problem in both dogs and puppies. They can cause your dog pain in their intestines and can also lead to more severe symptoms such as diarrhea, vomiting, and weight loss. In addition to this, some of these parasites can even infect humans and other pets, making an effective dog worm treatment important for the health and well-being of your entire household.
PURINA TOTAL CARE Tasty Allwormer Tablets for Dogs contain powerful antiparasitic active ingredients that paralyze and kill worms living in your dog. It is not only a tapeworm treatment for dogs but also targets the other most common worms, including roundworms, hookworms, and whipworms. After use, you may notice your dog passing bits of the dead worms in their stool, as these dead parasites are passed out of your pet’s body.
This dog wormer comes in small tablets with a tasty coating that makes administering the treatment to your dog an easy task. These tablets can even be crushed up and mixed into your dog’s regular meal to help your dog consume the allwormer. But be sure to take note of the date you deworm your dog, as you may need to readminister after a three-month period has elapsed.
Our allwormer for dogs is suitable for use in adult dogs of all breeds and sizes. If you have a small dog or a young puppy, you may consider using PURINA TOTAL CARE Tasty Allwormer for Small Dogs and Puppies instead.
While PURINA Allwormer Tablets are an effective worm treatment for dogs, it’s also important to consult a qualified veterinarian on the health needs of your pet, especially if you spot anything out of the ordinary. If you’re using our tablets as a tapeworm treatment for dogs, be sure to address any flea problems they may have as well, as this is the most common way tapeworms are transmitted.