Posts tagged tapeworm
Parasiticide Guide
  • includes all UK authorised parasiticides for cats dogs, ferrets and rabbits

  • search by parasite/disease, active ingredient(s), brand, species, formulation

  • updated every 3 months

  • find the product you need

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Endoparasite control in cats and dogs – can it be achieved without drugs?

By doing this module, you will learn about:

  • the common parasites affecting cats and dogs in the UK, and what risks they pose to humans and animals

  • the non-drug measures to prevent disease and death associated with endoparasites, and how effective they are

  • the different approaches to drug use for endoparasite control

  • the practicalities, and pros and cons, of the ‘test and treat’ approach to endoparasitic infections.

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Parasiticides for cats and dogs: a rational approach. Module 6. Creating a practice policy

UK veterinary professionals have to deal with an increasing number of parasite threats to companion animals and a very large and growing range of parasiticide products with which to control them. A practice parasiticide policy will help ensure that there is a consistent message about parasite protection from every member of the practice team, that parasite risk is reliably assessed for each animal, and that the products best suited to the animal’s needs are chosen.  This module walks you through the steps to creating your own practice policy. Includes downloadable client questionnaire.

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Parasiticides for cats and dogs: a rational approach. Module 5. Adult cats

This module covers the five main parasites that affect cats in the UK : roundworm, fleas, ticks, tapeworm and lungworm. It outlines the different approaches to parasite control and discusses product choice. With the integrated Parasiticide Guide, it will help you choose products suited to your clients.

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Parasiticides for cats and dogs: a rational approach. Module 3. Adult dogs

This module covers the five main parasites that affect dogs in the UK: roundworm, fleas, ticks, tapeworm, lungworm. Discusses different parasite control strategies, focusing on a risk-based approach and product choice.  Together with the integrated Product Guide it will help you choose products suited to your clients.

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Horse Parasiticides

There is a large and confusing range of products on the market for the management of parasites in horses and donkeys. This unique product guide aims to help with the comparison and selection of products. It contains all equine endoparasiticide and ectoparasitide products authorised as veterinary medicines in the UK. Search by active ingredient, drug class, brand name, formulation and parasite/disease coverage. 

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