It’s easy for pets to get worms. Now it’s easy for you to help get rid of them.
An inside look at intestinal worms
Tapeworms shed segments visible to the naked eye in your pet’s stool, fur or bedding, resembling dried rice or sesame seeds. Roundworms may be visible in your pet’s vomit or stool, resembling cooked spaghetti: pale, smooth and tubular. Hookworms may be present in your pet’s stool, but are difficult to see with the naked eye, resembling short, thin strands of hair. Whipworms (found in dogs) are difficult to detect in stool, resembling thin, translucent threads.
Fleas, which can carry tapeworms, are found in the grass your pet loves to roll around in. Bayer’s Tapeworm Dewormer for Dogs and Cats is a simple and effective over-the-counter option for removing tapeworms from your dogs and cats at home.
Parasitic worms can impact both humans and pets. Left untreated, parasitic worms can cause your dog to have health issues like vomiting, severe blood loss or diarrhea.
Our over-the-counter Quad Dewormer for Dogs can help. It’s an easy-to-use, broad-spectrum dewormer that can deworm dogs and puppies at home.
Visit with your vet about our prescription dewormers.