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Buying the Best Dog Dewormers & Parasiticides & Antifungals 

No dog likes to be attacked by worms and parasites. These creatures are annoying, disrupting the peace of dogs and causing diseases and problems. Worms and parasites are tiny organisms that hide from your eyes but penetrate your dog’s body and feed on its blood. These creatures show no mercy to dogs of any breed or age. Veterinarians need examinations and tests to diagnose worms and parasites in your dog. The veterinarian prescribes medication once it’s determined that your furry friend hosts these organisms. For buying the best and cheapest dog Dewormers & Parasiticides and antifungals in Kenya and Nairobi, visit the Canine Dog Pharmacy online. Here, various types of tapeworm medicine, roundworm medicine, hookworm medicine, and heartworm medicine are available.(dog food)

Worms and their types

Worms are very tiny organisms that enter dogs’ bodies through various means and often attach to the walls of their intestines, feeding on their blood. Worms cause various problems and infections in dogs. They can even enter the bodies of unborn puppies in the mother’s womb and feed on them. Deworming begins from the moment puppies are born. Worms come in various types.

Hookworms: Hookworm larvae can enter your dog’s skin or be ingested from contaminated food. These worms attach to the intestinal wall and then feed on the dog’s blood. They live in the small intestine and deposit eggs that pass through the feces. These eggs become larvae, and the cycle continues.

Tapeworms: When dogs eat infected wild animals like rabbits or rodents or ingest contaminated fleas, these parasites enter their bodies. Tapeworms attach to the intestine or other parts of your dog’s body and reproduce, causing the infection to spread.

Roundworms: These intestinal parasites can infect puppies right after birth. When adult dogs eat feces, soil, or infected rodents, these worms enter their bodies. Roundworms attach to the intestine and reproduce there.

Whipworms: Whipworms also enter the body of dogs through contaminated items they eat. They attach to the intestines and live there.

The Best Medicines for Dogs Deworming and Parasiticides 

Advantage Multi: This is a topical deworming medicine containing moxidectin and imidacloprid. It is suitable for adult dogs or puppies and protects against heartworms, ticks, roundworms, hookworms, and whipworms.

Revolution: A topical deworming medicine containing selamectin to prevent ear mites, heartworms, ticks, mites, and fleas. Suitable for puppies and adult dogs.

Drontal Plus: A potent deworming tablet containing praziquantel, pyrantel pamoate, and febantel to eliminate tapeworms, hookworms, and roundworms.

Iverhart Max and Iverhart Plus: Chewable tablets combining pyrantel with ivermectin. These powerful dewormers protect dogs against heartworms, roundworms, and hookworms. Iverhart Max also contains praziquantel for tapeworm protection.

Sentinel Spectrum and Sentinel: Quality oral dewormers for puppies and adult dogs. Both contain lufenuron and milbemycin oxime for protection against whipworms, roundworms, hookworms, heartworms, and fleas. Additionally, Sentinel Spectrum includes praziquantel for tapeworm prevention.

SafeGuard: A powder-form oral dewormer available without a prescription. Suitable for adult dogs and puppies, it uses fenbendazole to control and treat whipworms, roundworms, hookworms, and tapeworms.

Tri-Heart Plus: A chewable deworming medicine combining pyrantel and ivermectin to protect puppies and adult dogs against hookworms, heartworms, and roundworms.

Interceptor: Available in tablet form and containing milbemycin oxime, this powerful dewormer is suitable for adult dogs and puppies. It is effective against hookworms, whipworms, roundworms, and heartworms.

Heartgard Plus: A chewable dewormer containing pyrantel pamoate. This safe deworming medicine prevents heartworms, roundworms, and hookworms in puppies and adult dogs.

Symptoms of worm infection in dogs

Worms are organisms that enter the bodies of dogs, establish a life there, and reproduce. However, this simple coexistence doesn’t conclude the story. Worms cause serious harm to dogs, with the most noticeable being the development of infections and gastrointestinal problems. Therefore, it’s crucial to quickly determine whether your dog has worms. Dogs hosting worms suffer from serious diseases and problems. These diseases manifest in symptoms such as bloody diarrhea, intestinal obstruction, vomiting, weight loss, dullness of coat, itching around the anus, signs of anemia, growth retardation, abdominal pain, stomach swelling, and lethargy. If you observe these symptoms, it’s advisable to ask the veterinarian to start deworming treatment for your dog.


Sometimes, our powerful and large dogs succumb to very tiny creatures—worms that lead parasitic lives. These organisms enter the bodies of puppies and feed on them. These parasites cause problems and diseases such as infections and gastrointestinal issues in dogs. If you observe signs of worms and parasites in your dog, take immediate action. Take your dog to the vet for a prescription. For buying the best and strongest deworming and parasite-killing medicine in Kenya and Nairobi at the most affordable prices, the Canine Pet Pharmacy online is at your service. This pharmacy also offers the best medicines for fleas and ticks, ear and eye care, skin and coat care, heart and blood pressure, heartworm, dental care, vitamins and electrolytes, joint care, pain relief and arthritis, antibiotics, allergy relief, anxiety and calming, gastrointestinal care and digestion, thyroid hormones, incontinence and bladder control, urinary tract and kidneys, bandages, all at the most affordable prices in Kenya, available online.

Frequently Asked Questions

What symptoms do worms and parasites create in dogs?

Worms and parasites cause infectious diseases and gastrointestinal discomfort, resulting in symptoms such as bloody diarrhea, intestinal obstruction, vomiting, weight loss, dullness of coat, itching around the anus, signs of anemia, growth retardation, abdominal pain, and stomach swelling in dogs.

Does giving dewormers and Parasiticide medicine to dogs have any side effects?

The side effects of dewormers and Parasiticide medicines for dogs include diarrhea. However, this usually lasts only one to two days, and everything returns to normal afterward.

What is dog deworming and parasite-killing medicine?

It is a medication available in various forms such as tablets, chewables, powders, and ampoules, prescribed by veterinarians to eliminate worms and parasites. Some deworming and parasite-killing medicines also do not require a veterinarian’s prescription.

How often should I deworm my dog?

Worms and parasites pose a constant threat to your dog’s health throughout all seasons. Therefore, deworming and parasite control should be part of your dog’s regular care routine. For adult dogs, it is recommended to use dewormers every three months, in various forms. For puppies, deworming should be repeated every two weeks from two weeks old to six months old. Afterward, like adult dogs, they should be dewormed every three months.

What happens to worms and parasites after using deworming medicine?

After administering deworming and Parasiticide medicine to your dog, the worms become paralyzed and are expelled along with the feces and vomit of the dog, or they dissolve in the dog’s intestines and are destroyed.

Should I give dewormers and Parasiticide medicine to my dog before or after meals?

Different medications have different instructions, and you should use them according to the veterinarian’s prescription or the instructions on the medicine. However, generally, deworming medications are given with food to dogs.