Worm & Flea Treatment

Fleas are a year-round source of dogs and cats, particularly prevalent in summer. They feed on the blood of cats and dogs and then lay their eggs on the animals' coat, which drop off everywhere your pet goes, and hatch and develop into new young adult fleas in carpets, furniture and bedding. One flea can lay up to 500 eggs in one month! Due to the sophisticated lifestyle, solving your problem may involve you treating your pet and home as well.

The most effective products for flea control come under the legal category of 'Prescription Only Medicines' (POM). This means we can only dispense them to clients who are registered with our practice. Furthermore, animals to be treated must have been seen by our vets during the previous 6 months.

If you are not registered with us, please make an appointment with one of our veterinary surgeons and we will examine your pet for fleas whilst charging only for the treatments dispensed.