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  • It's not always a walk in the park

    It’s not always a walk in the park!

    Dog-to-dog contact in the park can lead to the transmission of roundworm (through soil contaminated with parasite eggs), fleas and subsequently tapeworm!

  • It's not always a walk in the park

    Long grass is where these bloodsuckers lie in wait

    Ticks attach themselves to dogs and cats to feed, causing irritation and discomfort.

  • This flying pest bites and can cause more than just an itch

    Dogs taken abroad are at risk of being bitten by mosquitoes, which can transmit the potentially deadly parasite heartworm.

  • Hunting cats could bite off more than they can chew!

    Hunting cats and scavenging dogs are at risk of being infected by tapeworm, which can use small rodents as intermediate hosts.

  • Secrets in your garden

    Soil, birds, mice and even slugs and snails in your garden could be harbouring parasites including lungworm, tapeworm and roundworm.

  • Is there something lurking in your home?

    If you find fleas on your pet, their eggs, larvae and pupae could also be found in your pet’s bedding and the carpets in your home.

  • You don’t want your dog to be outsmarted by a fox

    The hookworm Uncinaria stenocephala, which can be passed onto dogs, infects up to 68% of the fox population*.

    * Richards, D.T.,Harris S., Lewis, J.W., Parasitology (1995) 59(1) 39-51. Epidemiological studies on intestinal helminth parasites of rural and urban red foxes in the UK.

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Parasite control for cats, dogs, rabbits and ferrets

What is the jungle?

Welcome to the jungle! A jungle of parasites, pet lifestyles and risks. Did you know where you live and your local environment directly affects the types of parasites to which your pet is exposed? Are you aware of the different risks lurking in the park or in your garden? Make sure you know all you need to know about the jungle on your doorstep!

What are parasites?

When it comes to parasites it really is a jungle out there; worse still these parasites can set up camp on, or inside your precious pooch, feline companion or even your home! Learn all you need to know about these itchy, wriggly, squirmy, mini beasts, and make sure you keep your pets and your home parasite free.

What are the risks?

Did you know that your pet can be at risk of contracting a parasite every day, in everyday life? Make sure you understand the “jungle” you live in and which parasites your pets may cross paths with on their daily adventures.

How can I keep my pet parasite free?

Thankfully you can protect your family, your pet and your home, and prevent these pesky parasites from setting up camp.