• 4 x Combined Intestinal and Lungworm Kits PLUS Intestinal Cleanse

4 x Combined Intestinal and Lungworm Kits PLUS Intestinal Cleanse

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4 x Combined Intestinal and Lungworm Kits PLUS Intestinal Cleanse

 

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1.  4 X TEST KITS WHICH SCREEN FOR WORMS WHICH LIVE IN THE GUT, LUNGS AND HEART

2.  FULL LABORATORY REPORT

3.  FREE VETERINARY ADVICE* BY EMAIL IF ANY OF THE RESULTS ARE POSITIVE - VALUE £48

4.  1 X 50ml BOTTLE OF INTESTINAL WORM FOR NATURAL WORM CONTROL 

 

BE AWARE:

Many worms infecting dogs and cats are invisible to the naked eye

It's important not to assume therefore, that your dog or cat hasn't got any worms, because none are seen in the stools.

And the longer these parasites are present, the more damage they can cause to DIGESTION, THE BOWELS, THE LUNGS, THE HEART and TO OVERALL HEALTH.  

 

THREE MONTHLY TESTING

There is only one way to be certain that a pet is free from worms, and that is to screen regularly every 3 months.

And this is the case even if worming preparation are being given or a natural worm control regime is in place, to make sure these are actually working.

 

INSTRUCTIONS:

 

WHY IT IS IMPORTANT TO SCREEN YOUR PET REGULARLY?

 

1. PARASITIC WORMS ARE A HEALTH THREAT TO PEOPLE AND PETS

Dog and cat worms can CAUSE SERIOUS DISEASES IN HUMANS, including: 

  • blindness
  • intestinal disturbances
  • seizures
  • skin rashes

CHILDREN ARE PARTICULARLY AT RISK of developing health problems as a result of swallowing worm egg or larvae found in soil and the environment (inside and outside the home).

Worms in pets can cause: 

  • diarrhoea
  • digestive disturbances, bloating and wind
  • coughing / severe lung disease
  • weight loss, poor condition, anaemia and IBD (Inflammatory Bowel Disease)

PUPPIES and KITTENS are commonly affected because many are infected with worms in the womb and shortly after being born.

 

2. TO AVOID UNNECESSARY TOXIC CHEMICALS

Most worming products contain nerve poisons which can cause serious (and sometimes fatal) adverse reactions in sensitive pets, and for this reason they are best avoided whenever possible.

Screening first means that treatment with drugs is only necessary if the presence of worms is confirmed, which is a much safer and healthier route to take. 

 

3. TO CHECK WORM CONTROL MEASURES ARE WORKING

Worming regularly is no guarantee that a dog or cat is clear because the worms present may be immune to the products used

The ONLY way to be sure that a pet is worm free is to SCREEN REGULARLY (adults every 3 months, kittens and puppies every 3 - 4 weeks).

 

4. TO HELP STOP THE SPREAD OF DISEASE

Some worms can produce 100,000 eggs per day! Each of these can potentially affect a child, adult or other pet.

Screening for worms, along with normal hygiene precautions and the responsible collection and disposal of stools, helps to prevent the spread of disease and keep our environment safe.

 

Worms detected

 

    

 

  • Toxocara canis (Ascarid)
  • Toxascaris leonina (Ascarid)
  • Uncinaria stenocephala (Hookworm)
  • Ancylostoma caninum (Hookworm)
  • Trichuris vulpis (Whipworm)
  • Spirocerca lupi (Oesophageal worm)
  • Dipylidium caninum (Tapeworm)
  • Taenia pisiformis (Tapeworm)
  • Echinococcus granulosus (Tapeworm)
  • Echinococcus multiocularis (Tapeworm)
  • Mesocestoides (Tapeworm)
  • Cystoisospora (Coccidia)
  • Angiostrongylus vasorum (lungworm / heartworm - dog)
  • Crenosoma vulpis (Fox lungworm)
  • Oslerus osleri (lungworm - dog)
  • Capillaria aerophila (lungworm - cat)
  • Aelurostrongylus abstrusus (lungworm - cat)
  • Eucoleus aerophilus (Hedgehog lungworm)
  • Filaroides hirthi
  • other artifacts

Also detects the presence of:

  • Undigested Lipids (Fat)
  • Undigested, non-specific food particles

 

 

How do pets pick up these worms?

Roundworms can be contracted by:

  • larvae crossing the placenta into unborn puppies and kittens
  • larvae in the mammary glands of the mother being passed to newborn puppies and kittens in the milk
  • licking or sniffing a stool passed by an infected dog or cat
  • swallowing rodents, earthworms or birds harbouring the larvae

Tapeworms can be contracted by:

  • swallowing an infected flea
  • eating infected rodents, birds, rabbits, hares and sheep

Whipworm can be contracted by:

  • swallowing infective eggs in the environment

Hookworm can be contracted by:

  • larvae crossing the placenta into unborn puppies and kittens
  • larvae in the mammary glands of the mother being passed to newborn puppies and kittens in the milk
  • licking or sniffing a stool passed by an infected dog or cat
  • licking / grooming paws which have picked up contaminated soil or stools 
  • larvae burrowing through the skin

Lungworm can be contracted by:

  • eating slugs, snails, rodents, frogs, birds and other intermediate hosts / carriers)
  • drinking water, eating grass, chewing on toys etc. contaminated with slug and snail slime
  • sniffing, licking or eating another dog's or cat's stool
  • coming into contact with fox poo

 

What does our Intestinal Worm and Lungworm Kit Combined include?

  • full instructions
  • stool sample pots
  • postage paid mailing box to the laboratory 
  • examination for INTESTINAL WORMS, UNDIGESTED FOOD and LIVE LUNGWORM LARVAE
  • the emailing of results 
  • FREE veterinary advice by email if any of the results are positive

 

*Email advice on the options available and the best way forward.

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