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Puppy & Dog Dewormers

At Jeffers Pet, we offer a comprehensive selection of deworming products to safeguard the health of your puppies and dogs. Protect your beloved pets from the discomfort and health risks associated with internal parasites by choosing from our range of trusted dewormers and expert guidance.


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What is deworming for dogs?

Dewormer for dogs is a specialized medication designed to eliminate internal parasites like roundworms, hookworms, whipworms, and tapeworms from your dog's gastrointestinal tract. These parasites can lead to various health issues, including weight loss, diarrhea, and anemia. Our dewormers come in different forms such as tablets, chewables, and liquids, each containing active ingredients tailored to target specific parasites.

How often do puppies and dogs have to take dewormers?

Puppies typically start deworming at 2 weeks old, with treatments repeated every 2 to 3 weeks until about 12 weeks. Afterward, monthly deworming is common until they reach 6 months old. Adult dogs may require deworming every 3 to 6 months, depending on their lifestyle and risk factors. It's crucial to consult your veterinarian for personalized advice based on your dog's needs.

Can you buy dewormer for dogs over the counter?

While some dewormers may be available over the counter, others may require a prescription. Visit your local veterinary clinic or pet supply store to inquire about available options. For personalized recommendations and proper dosage, consulting a veterinarian is advisable to ensure the health and safety of your dog.

Where to buy dewormer for dogs?

Get your dewormer for puppies and dog dewormer supplies and accessories at Jeffers Pet to give your furry friends the healthiest life possible. Browse quality dog dewormer from top brands including Zoetis / Nemex 2 , Merck / Safeguard Dewormer , Durvet liquid wormer , and more.

Deworming is an essential aspect of pet care to keep your puppies and dogs protected from internal parasites. For assistance in the diagnosis, treatment, and control of parasitism, please consult your veterinarian.