- are eaten or penetrate the skin of paws and legs
- can also be transferred to pups through mother's milk
- can be fatal if the infection is severe
- can infect humans
Roughly 80% of Australian dogs carry one type of gastro-intestinal worm or another. Not only can they be dangerous and even fatal to puppies and adult dogs, some can also be transferred to humans, especially children.
By using a de-worming product such as Canex® * at two, four, six and 12 weeks of age, and then every 3 months for the rest of their life.