Our Allpets Fleas and Worming Protocol
Cat flea and worming protocol:
Cats should be treated every 4 weeks for fleas and other external parasites such as mites. The product we use to cover your cat against these external parasites is a spot-on treatment called Stronghold plus which also kills ticks.
A worming tablet should be given to kittens once every two weeks until 12 weeks old and then monthly until they reach 6 months of age.
From 6 months cats only require a worming tablet every 6 months that covers for tapeworm and roundworm as long as they are being treated with Stronghold plus.
The product we use to cover your pet against these internal parasites is called Milpro. Milpro can be given more frequently (the most being once monthly) to high risk animals; these include cats that hunt and eat their prey and an animal with a flea infestation.
Dog flea and worming protocol:
Dogs should be treated once a month for fleas and other external parasites, but also for a dangerous internal parasite called lungworm. The product we use to cover your dog against these parasites is a tablet called Simparica.
This must be combined with a monthly tablet called Milpro which will ensure that your dog is protected against lungworm, tapeworm and roundworms as well as fleas, mites and ticks.
Its simple: 2 tablets each and every month!
Puppies should be given a worming tablet (Milpro) once every two weeks until 12 weeks old and then monthly until they reach 6 months of age.
From 6 months all dogs can be on the combined Simparica/Milpro regime for the complete protection it gives.