Drontal Tasty Bone Wormer Tablets 150/144/50mg – 2 Tablets

£11.99

  • For treatment of roundworms and tapeworms
  • Febantel/Pyrantel Embonate/Praziquantel
  • For animal treatment only

Drontal Tasty Bone dog wormer works fast to kill every type of intestinal worm commonly found in UK dogs, giving you peace of mind that you are helping keep these unwanted visitors away from your dog and family.

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Drontal Tasty Bone Wormer Tablets

Drontal Tasty Bone dog wormer works fast to kill every type of intestinal worm commonly found in UK dogs, giving you peace of mind that you are helping keep these unwanted visitors away from your dog and family.

  • Kills all types of intestinal worms commonly found in UK dogs (Inc. Roundworms, Whipworms, Hookworms and Tapeworms)
  • Tasty bone, meat flavoured tablets – a treat to give with or without food
  • Vet strength formula, fast and effective worming treatment for dogs
  • Winner of ‘best worming product’ for dogs, as voted by readers of Your Dog magazine

Why use Drontal Tasty Bone to worm my dog?

  • Kills all types of intestinal worms commonly found in UK dogs
  • Highly effective and fast-acting treatment
  • Drontal Dog Tasty Bone is meat flavoured to make worming easy
  • Can be given any time – with food or on an empty stomach
  • Vet strength formula, conveniently available without a prescription
  • Winner of “best worming product” for dogs – as Voted for by readers of Your Dog

Dogs can pick up worms without you even realising it, as they often show few, if any, noticeable signs of infection and they can steal the valuable nutrients your dog needs to live a happy and healthy life. If left untreated, worms can lead to serious health complications for you and your family. Drontal Dog Tasty Bone Tablets are highly-effective and make worming easy.

How often should I worm my dog?

Most dogs in the UK should be wormed monthly*

Dogs can be exposed to intestinal worms whilst exploring off their lead during a walk or even in the back garden. Other risk factors can include fleas, scavenging and eating a raw diet. Recent research has shown that the majority of dogs in the UK should be wormed monthly*, however there may be situations where less frequent treatment is required.