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Spring into parasite protection

from head to tail.

Spring has sprung and so have the parasites in your neighbourhood! If left untreated, fleas, ticks and worms can cause serious health issues in your pet and family.

Select your pet to find out how to protect them from parasites.

  • Dog

  • Cat

 

Parasites your dog is at risk of:

  • dental care dogs

    Fleas

    Jumping parasites
    that bite and cause
    skin irritations.

     
  • dental care dogs

    Ticks

    Blood-feeding parasites
    living in parks, bushlands
    and gardens.

     
  • dental care dogs

    Intestinal Worms

    Such as tapeworms,
    roundworms, hookworms and whipworms.

     
  • dental care dogs

    Heartworms

    Spread through
    mosquitoes and infest
    a dog’s heart.

     

A tasty combination chew with vet-grade protection

Simparica TRIO provides triple action protection from fleas, ticks, intestinal worms and deadly heartworm in a tasty liver flavoured monthly chew.

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  • Find the right prevention before parasites find your pet!

    Our flea, tick and worm quiz will recommend the best treatments for complete protection.

  • Concerned that your dog has a parasite?

    Ditch the itch with a Health Check at Greencross Vets.

Healthy habits to prevent parasites

  • Regularly protect your pet with a parasite treatment
  • Check your dog for parasites every day. Don’t forget paws, mouth and tail!
  • Dispose of your dog’s waste responsibly
  • Regularly wash bedding, linen, pet bedding and rugs
  • Don't let your dog drink from dirty water sources like puddles
  • Wash your dog with a dog-friendly shampoo
  • Vacuum indoor carpets and solid surfaces regularly
  • Always thoroughly wash your hands in hot soapy water
 

Parasites your cat is at risk of:

  • dental care dogs

    Fleas

    Jumping parasites
    that bite and cause
    skin irritations.

     
  • dental care dogs

    Ticks

    Blood-feeding parasites
    living in parks, bushlands
    and gardens.

     
  • dental care dogs

    Intestinal Worms

    Such as tapeworms,
    roundworms and hookworms.

     
  • dental care dogs

    Heartworms

    Spread through
    mosquitoes and infest
    a cat’s heart.

     
  • Find the right prevention before parasites find your pet!

    Our flea, tick and worm quiz will recommend the best treatments for complete protection.

  • Concerned that your cat has a parasite?

    Ditch the itch with a Health Check at Greencross Vets.

Healthy habits to prevent parasites

  • Regularly protect your cat with a parasite treatment
  • Check your cat for parasites every day. Don’t forget paws, mouth and tail!
  • Dispose of your cat’s waste responsibly
  • Regularly wash bedding, linen, pet bedding and rugs
  • Don’t let your cat drink from dirty water sources like puddles
  • Wash your cat with a cat-friendly shampoo
  • Vacuum indoor carpets and solid surfaces regularly
  • Always thoroughly wash your hands in hot soapy water