Animals with worms  may or may not show visible signs all the time, so it is up to you the owner to treat your pet regularly against worms. Some worms, particularly roundworms  from dog faeces present a real public health risk, especially for small children when infected soil is ingested. More information can be found in the  sections below.

Does my dog have worms?

Does my cat have worms?

If you are concerned about your pet or have any questions, feel free to phone our surgery on (0131) 667 2478.