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PetCircle offers Australia wide shipping on all products. Goods are dispatched within 24 hours of an order being placed. Delivery times will vary by region.
Major cities: 1-2 business days
Perth: 5-7 business days
Regional Hubs (Wollongong, Gold Coast): 2-4 business days
Vetafarm Wormout Gel is a water soluble bird wormer for use in water or given directly via crop needle. Effectively kills all intestinal worms including roundworm, hookworm, caecal worm, thread worm and tapeworm. Expiry: 1 year from date of manufacture.
Water soluble bird wormer
For treatment of intestinal worms
Completely safe and suitable for all birds
Drinking water dose: Dilute Wormout Gel with water recommended dose rate and provide this as the sole source of water for 2 days. All aviary birds- Add 2mL of Wormout Gel to 160mL of drinking water. Pigeons - Add 2mL of Wormout Gel to 320mL of drinking water. Repeat once every 3 months. Crop Needle Dose: Use a small syringe for accurate dosing. Carefully dilute 1mL of Wormout Gel in 9mLs of water to make 10mL of ‘stock solution’. Give 0.5mL of stock solution per 100g body weight. Give treatment once only. Repeat once every 3 months.
ACTIVE CONSTITUENTS: 20g/L Praziquantel, 20g/L Oxfendazole
Pet Circle Feeding Guidelines
Most dogs can't wait to get their paws on a tasty morsel, but remember: just like humans, it's important that your dog eats a balanced diet to maintain an overall positive wellbeing.
When it comes to how often to feed your dog, the rule is ideally twice a day unless specified by your vet.
Our feeding guidelines are simple to follow and provide an insight into how much your pooch should be eating based on their weight, age and activity level.
Keep in mind that these are guidelines rather than rules - always check the feeding charts on your dog's food packaging to make sure that they're being fed the optimal amount possible.
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