The only way to protect our cats, dogs and other pets from parasites and parasitic diseases, internal parasites and external parasites is through the use of anti-parasitic applications. These applications are very important in killing existing parasites and preventing the formation of new parasites. Regardless of internal or external parasites, all parasites are very dangerous for our pets. Parasites, which can cause direct diseases as well as disease carriers, are dangerous for us as well as for our pets and cause many zoonotic (transmitted from animal to human) diseases and infections.
There are different forms of anti-parasitic medications such as tablets, injections, syrups and drops. It would be appropriate to administer internal parasite drugs to our pet(s) when they are one and a half months old, and for external parasite drugs, when they reach the appropriate weight. These anti-parasitic applications should be repeated every two months or so, throughout their lives.
Internal parasite drugs; This targets parasites such as hookworms, worms, and liver flukes. External parasite drugs are target external parasites such as fleas, ticks and lice.