Worm Risk Checker

Find out how often you should be worming your pet.

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Do you exercise your dog off the lead? Does your cat interact with children? Does your pet ever catch animals? All these things affect your pet's risk of getting worms.

Every situation is different and you may need to deworm your pet as regularly as monthly.

It takes as little as 30 days for eggs to develop into harmful worms!*

Take just 3 minutes to assess your pet's risk and receive a personalised report to take to your vet.

*ESCCAP Endoparasite Guidelines, 3rd Edition, July 2017

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What is your cat's first name?

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To assess 's risk, please check the appropriate answer below:

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icon-1 Is less than 6 months old?
icon-2 Is kept indoors all the time?
icon-3 Does ever catch prey such as mice and birds?
icon-4 Does interact with children or the elderly?
icon-5 Does travel/roam outside its local area or on holiday with you?
icon-6 Does eat raw meat?

Based on the answers you provided,

may be need to be dewormed as often as quarterly. This report is given as a guide.

Please download this report and speak to your vet who can provide expert advice and a worming plan personalised to your pet.

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Based on the answers you provided,

is at high risk of worms and may be need to be dewormed as often as monthly. This report is given as a guide.

Please download this report and speak to your vet who can provide expert advice and a worming plan personalised to your pet.

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dog

What is your dog's first name?

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To assess 's risk, please check the appropriate answer below:

YesNo

icon-1 Is less than 6 months old?
icon-2 Is exercised only in your garden?
icon-3 Does ever catch animals such as rabbits or mice?
icon-4 Does interact with children or the elderly?
icon-5 Does exercise off the lead?
icon-6 Does travel outside its local area or on holiday with you?
icon-7 Does eat any raw meat?
icon-8 Does eat slugs, snails, grass or dig in the garden?

Based on the answers you provided,

may be need to be dewormed as often as quarterly. This report is given as a guide.

Please download this report and speak to your vet who can provide expert advice and a worming plan personalised to your pet.

printdownload

Based on the answers you provided,

is at high risk of worms and may be need to be dewormed as often as monthly. This report is given as a guide.

Please download this report and speak to your vet who can provide expert advice and a worming plan personalised to your pet.

printdownload

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