Veloxa Chewable Worming Tablets for Dogs
A tasty and easy to administer treatment, Veloxa is a simple de-worming tablet that is suitable for treating intestinal worms in dogs and puppies.
How it works
Veloxa tablets are small and chewable. Each tablet is flavoured with beef and used PEC technology – drastically reducing the bitter taste of the tablet even once it has been chewed. It is effective against common intestinal worms such as tapeworms, hookworms, whipworms and roundworms.
- made for easy administration
- suitable for immediate treatment and routine de-worming
- can be given with or without food
When to use
It's fairly easy for dogs to pick up parasitical infections – tapeworms can happen after your dog swallows an infected flea, usually while grooming themselves. Common signs of worms might include vomiting, diarrhoea, or anaemia. As a general guide, adult dogs should be de-wormed every 3 months. Puppies, however, should be wormed every couple of weeks when they're small, and monthly from then on until they reach three months old as they are much more vulnerable than older dogs.
Please be aware that this medicine can only be supplied for a maximum of one year treatment per animal.
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|Body Weight (kg)||Number of Tablets|
|2.5 - 5||½|
|>5 - 10||1|
|>10 - 15||1½|
|>15 - 20||2|
|>20 - 25||2½|
|>25 - 30||3|
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Did not suit my puppyMy labradoodle pup is nearly 6mths and never been sick, 2 hours after having this she was sick and later had runny poo. Maybe just didn't suit her so can't recommend .
Excellent for senior dachshundsWorked so fast and my fur baby was fine taking it and didnâ€™t react poorly
All right for others dogs, just not mine.I bought this as I thought with it being flavoured my dogs would have eaten it but both refused , had to mask it to get it into them. Shame .
WormsSuspected worms - 4 month GSD. Reoccurring diarrhoea. Bowels as normal following treatment