Pet Wormers

Tape Worm Tabs for Cats 3-PACK (9 tablets)

Price: 27.99

Eqvalan Paste (1.87% Ivermectin) Equine Dewormer Single Oral Syringe

Price: 7.99

Zimecterin Gold Ivermectin / Praziquantel De-wormer for Horses

Price: 12.99

Anthelcide EQ Equine Wormer Paste

Price: 11.99

Safe-Guard Beef and Dairy Cattle Dewormer

Price: 42.99

Evict Liquid Wormer, Regular Strength (2 oz)

Price: 13.99

Lambert Kay Evict Double Strength Liquid Wormer (60 mL)

Price: 10.99

Panacur C Canine Dewormer (2 Gram)

Price: 5.99

Panacur C Canine Dewormer (4 Gram)

Price: 8.99

Pig Swig Piperazine Water Wormer (4 fl oz)

Price: 8.50

Pig Swig Piperazine Water Wormer (8 fl oz)

Price: 9.99

Tape Worm Tabs for Cats (3 tablets)

Price: 9.99

Worm Protector 2X Double Strength (2 fl oz)

Price: 9.99

Worm Protector 2x Double Strength (8 fl oz)

Price: 20.99

Tape Worm Tabs for Dogs 3-PACK (15 tablets)

Price: 42.99

Tape Worm Tabs for Dogs (5 tablets)

Price: 15.99

NEW! TetraFauna ReptoTreat Delica Bloodworms (1.69 oz)

Price: 5.79

NEW! Safe-Guard (Fenbendazole) Equine Dewormer - 57 grams

Price: 73.99

NEW! Equimectrin Tube Wormer

Price: 5.99

Nemex-2 Wormer by Pfizer: 2 oz (60 mL)

Price: 12.99

Worm Medication For Pets And Livestock

Parasitic worms can be a very serious health problem for our pets and horses. Nearly all species of animals, including humans, are susceptible to certain worm infestations. Since these worms can and are often transmitted to people that have pets, it is very important to get deworming medicine for your pets. These days, we have a number of high quality brands to select from, including Sentinel, Lambert Kay, Panacur C, Equimectrin and Nemex. The first step, however, is to determine which product will work best for your pet. Each product is intended for a specific species of animal: dogs, cats, horses, cattle or pigs. You will then need to determine the correct size dosage for the animal you will be treating. This is why it is a good idea to speak your veterinarian prior to working any animal you own.

The most commonly encountered worms are heartworms, hookworms, roundworms, tapeworms and whipworms. Nearly all of these have the potential to cross over and infect people. In all the species that these parasites cause they can create many internal problems in their host, including doing significant damage to organs. In some species, most notably dogs and cats, these parasites can do so much damage that the result can actually kill the animal they are infesting. This is why worming your pets on a regular basis, most often this will be monthly, is so important. Once you establish a schedule, it is important to keep the monthly doses up all year around because even during the cold winter months, these parasites are able to survive and be passed from one animal to the next. Due to the fact that many of these worms are found in wild animals, treatment needs to be consistent to help protect your pets from being infected, especially if they spend any time at all outdoors. Even when they do not, parasites can be brought into a home on the treads of shoes or by other means.