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Milbemax Allwormer for Dogs and Cats

The prevention and control of gastrointestinal worms is essential for your pet’s health and wellbeing. Gastrointestinal worms are not just something unpleasant you try not to talk about, they can be harmful to your dog or cat’s health and, they can lead to the death of your pet.

What does Milbemax treat?

The most common forms of gastrointestinal worms in Australia are hookworm, roundworm, whipworm and tapeworm. Dogs and cats contract worms from their environment and it is possible for puppies and kittens to contract worms from their mothers while nursing,

Milbemax tablets, when given in accordance to the instructions on the packaging, treat and control the following:

·         Roundworm

·         Whipworm

·         Hookworm

·         Tapeworm

And, if administered MONTHLY, Milbemax can prevent heartworm too.

How is Heartworm spread?

Heartworm is spread via mosquitos that themselves have been infected by the heartworm larvae. Mosquitos then pass these larvae to your pet through the mosquitos feeding activity and as the larvae grow, they migrate through the tissues to settle in the heart, lungs and surrounding tissues. It is important that your vet

How is Milbemax administered?

Milbemax is a tablet and is to be administered orally. The Milbemax for Cats tablet is a tasty beef tablet which should make administering the tablet easier, for those cats or dogs that will just not take a tablet, you can use a pill popper which is designed to pop the pill down your pet’s throat with little fuss.

When should I start using Milbemax?

Milbemax for dogs and cats can be started at any time of the year and, if treating gastrointestinal worms only, can be administered every 3 months. For Heartworm prevention. Milbemax for Dogs is suitable for use with puppies over 2 weeks of age and pregnant and lactating mother dogs while Milbemax for cats is safe for kittens from 6 weeks of age and is safe to be used on pregnant and lactating mother cats.

Is Milbemax water fast?

Milbemax dog is water fast as it is an orally administered treatment which means it will not wash off with swimming or bathing.

Can I give my cat Milbemax for Dogs?

No. The formulas in the Milbemax for Dogs and Milbemax for cats are different and that is why there is a separate product available for each species.