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  • Can you worm a pregnant dog?

  • No, we do not recommend worming your dog during pregnancy. We strongly recommend speaking with your vet if you wish to worm your pregnant dog, as they can carry out a risk/benefit assessment.

    Once the mum has given birth, it is important to worm both her and her puppies. Most puppies are born with worms, as they can be passed from the mother to her puppies when they’re in the womb and during nursing.

    You should worm both the bitch and her puppies every 2 weeks from when the puppies are 2 weeks of age until they are 12 weeks of age. Thereafter, both the mum and her puppies can be wormed once every three months. As young dogs are still developing and growing, some vets recommend worming puppies once a month until they are 6 months old to avoid a worm infestation causing serious damage. Then, they can be wormed once every three months for continuous protection.

    Puppies can be wormed with Beaphar WORMclear® Tablets for Dogs, Beaphar Worming Syrup or Beaphar Worming Cream. Nursing bitches can also be wormed with Beaphar WORMclear® Tablets for Dogs.

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