Deworming Your Puppy
Most puppies are born with worms. Your puppy could get infected with worms in the mother’s womb while some puppies get worms from their mother’s milk. Even the cleanest breeders’ dogs can get worms so there is nothing wrong with your prized pooch!
The most typical worms found in puppies are:
- Tapeworms (puppies can get them from fleas)
- Ringworm (technically not a worm but a fungus of the skin).
These worms can cause serious health problems if they go unchecked!
If you don’t deworm your pup, the danger exists that they can suffer from:
- Anal itching
- Anaemia (blood loss)
- Bloody diarrhoea
- Death (in severe cases)
- Excessive flatulence
- Intestinal bleeding
- Lack of energy
- Weight loss.
Deworm your puppy regularly
Deworm your puppy with Bob Martin Dewormer for Puppies from 2 to 8 weeks old.
Brought a puppy home?
Even if the breeder says deworming has already been done you still need to deworm! Breeders might have used a powder mixture with the puppies’ food and you aren’t guaranteed your pup got the right dosage. When your puppy is an adult continue deworming with Bob Martin Adult Range.