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Milbemax Dog Flea and Worming products have an average rating of 4.8 / 5.0 from 20 reviews
Allwormer protection for your dog
Milbemax is a once-monthly chew that prevents for heartworm, as well as hookworm, roundworm, whipworm, and tapeworm - in other words, all intestinal worms common in Australia. This comprehensive cover makes it an all-round comprehensive all-wormer for your dog.
How often do I give Milbemax?
Milbemax can either be given every three months if only intestinal (tummy) worms need to be covered for, or it can be given every month to ensure heartworm coverage. Milbemax is a good option if you need a wormer to supplement a yearly heartworm injection.
Vets recommend Milbemax
Veterinarians around Australia recommend Milbemax for those dog owners who wish to treat heartworm orally, or for those who need a three-monthly tummy wormer to team with a heartworm injection. It is an established safe, reliable wormer for Australian dogs.
How can my dog catch worms?
Dogs can catch worms from the soil, contact with other animal's faeces, from eating fleas (when your dog bites at their own flea-infested skin), and from exposure to lizard poo. Dogs catch heartworm from mosquitoes. This means that all dogs need worming protection, even if kept inside.
How do I tell if my dog has worms?
Signs of intestinal worm infestation can include unexplained weight loss or an inability to gain weight, vomiting, diarrhoea, or reduced appetite. Occasionally dogs will bite at their bottom or scrape their bottom on the ground, but worms are rarely the cause of this scooting behaviour. However, to find out for sure whether your dog has worms, your vet will need to run tests on your dog's faeces.
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Author info: Dr Teagan Lever BVSc (Hons) - Pet Circle In House Veterinarian