If you see worms in your kitten's stool, have your kitten assessed and dewormed as soon as possible. Some kinds of worms can pass from kittens to humans, so you could become infected if your kitten's worms are left untreated. Only use the specific dewormer recommended by your vet and only give the recommended dose. Dewormers can be poisonous if given inappropriately. After you have begun a deworming regimen for your kitten, clean the areas of your home where she spends time in order to destroy any lingering worms or eggs so she won't get reinfected. Continue to have your kitten tested for worms every 6 to 12 months into adulthood so that you can catch any future infestations before they become difficult to manage.
Worming Syrup for Kittens and Puppies by Sherley's is specifically formulated for the treatment of roundworm in your kitten or puppy.
One 45ml bottle contains sufficient syrup to treat a 5kg pet seven times.
Treatment for roundworm should start from 2 weeks of age, with treatment repeated at 4, 6, 8 and 12 weeks of age to ensure the continued removal of worms.
Worming Syrup for Kittens and Puppies includes:
A pump action bottle for no mess application;
A full list of administration instructions;
A tasty chocolate flavour your kitten or puppy will love.
Worming Syrup for Kittens and Puppies by Sherley's is the simple way to treat your kitten or puppy for roundworms.
Approximate Dimensions (Product): 14 x 5.2 x 5.2cm.