Troy Puppy and Kitten Worm Syrup – 50ml

Troy Puppy and Kitten Worm Syrup protects against roundworms in puppies and kittens, adult dogs and cats, and guinea pigs.


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Troy Puppy and Kitten Worm Syrup - 50ml

Troy Puppy and Kitten Worm Syrup is formulated to protect cats, dogs and guinea pigs from the intestinal parasite, roundworm.

Due to the prevalence of roundworms, its likely your dog or cat will pick up this nasty parasite at some point in their lives, so early prevention is crucial. Features:

  • A palatable syrup for the removal of roundworm
  • Bottle includes dropped for easy application
  • Contains added beef flavouring

Be aware, this product does not protect against other species of intestinal worms, such as hookworm, whipworm or tapeworm. Ingredients: Piperazine Citrate 10g/100ml. Precautions: Do not administer worm remedies to sick or debilitated animals without veterinary advice. Storage: Store below 30ºC (room temperature). Roundworms in Dogs, Cats and Guinea Pigs Roundworm infestation in dogs and cats often occurs early in life and is especially problematic during this period of growth as roundworms compete for nutrients in your pet's food. Roundworm in Dogs and Puppies: There are two main species of roundworms that affect dogs; these are Toxocara canis and Toxascaris leonine. Toxocara canis causes more serious disease and can be also transmitted from pets to people. Roundworm in Cats and Kittens: There are two common species of roundworms that can infest cats, Toxascaris leonina and Toxocara cati. Similar to the canine variation above, Toxocara cati is zoonotic and therefore, problematic to people's health. Roundworm in Guinea Pigs: While roundworm is rarer in guinea pigs, they can become secondary hosts to roundworms. If you notice any of the following symptoms, you should speak with your veterinarian to determine if your guinea pig needs worming:

  • Bloated or enlarged abdomen
  • Sudden weight loss
  • Lethargy
  • Loss of appetite
  • Rough and unkempt coat
  • Unusual droppings (softer than normal)

Troy Puppy and Kitten Worm Syrup

Directions for Use

  • 1ml per kg bodyweight, given for two consecutive days
  • Cats: Treat at 6, 8 and 12 weeks, thereafter every three months
  • Dogs & Guinea Pigs: Treat at 2, 4, 8 and 12 weeks, thereafter every three months

Additional information

Weight 0.078 kg
Dimensions 11 × 5 × 5 cm