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  • Writer's pictureRobert Totok

Preventing future spread of lungworm

Lungworm is the principal endoparasite in the UK that could potentially result in fatal consequences for our dogs.

Prevention is always better than cure, so it is hugely important that great emphasis is put on adequate protection from lungworm.

Lungworm can be carried by snails and slugs which can be found in many parks, woods and other leafy areas as well as back gardens and grassy areas.

For more information and to get the preventative treatment, come to our practice today.


Bayer (2017). Black Country vet says industry must act now to prevent further spread of lungworm (advert), Journal of the British Veterinary Association Vol 181, no. 3.

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