Common Parasite Control

Internal and external parasites contribute to a state of general ill health. Their presence can increase susceptibility to infectious conditions. Internal and external parasites may be directly infectious to humans or may serve as vectors of disease. Parasite control increases the animal’s comfort, adaptability and protects human health.

The Ontario SPCA’s protocols include treatment for most commonly treated internal and external parasites, as per the cat health data sheet and the dog health data sheet.

Internal parasites include: Roundworm, hookworm, whipworm, giardia and coccidia. 
External parasites include: Fleas, ear mites, scabies, ticks.

For more information on Parasite Control products, see Intake Protocol.

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