Maximum Worming

As a caring pet owner, you’ll know that it’s important to worm your pet. Even if your cat or dog looks healthy, worms can be living inside them without you knowing.

Cats and dogs can pick up worm eggs in the garden or park, by scavenging or hunting, or eating raw meat or animal faeces. If left untreated, these worms can pose a health risk, not just to the pet in question, but to other animals and humans too.

Maximum worming is here to help raise the awareness of Pet owners to the need for worming your pet on a regular basis (min 4 times a year) with a vet strength wormer. When you visit your vet practice’s worming clinic your vet will provide a tailored worming plan for your pet and you.

Three steps

Find out how often you should be worming.

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Check your pets risk

Worm Risk Checker

If you're not sure how often you should worm your pet, you can easily check their worm risk by using our tool.

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Once you know your pets worm risk, you can also sign up online for free worming reminders. It’s the simplest way of ensuring you never miss another worming treatment.

What type of wormer?

When you visit your vet practice’s worming clinic your vet will provide a tailored worming plan for your pet. Many vets now recommend maximum worming – regularly worming your pet with a vet-strength wormer. A broad-spectrum, tasty tablet that’s easy to give and mess-free is ideal for many cats and dogs. Once you know how often to worm your cat and are worming regularly with a vet-strength wormer you can relax, safe in the knowledge that your family and your pet are protected by maximum worming.