We are excited to introduce our Petsenserewards. For the first time our Petsense Direct customers can now earn points for every pound spent online. Not only will you have the opportunity to redeem your points for vouchers and freebies, you will also have the opportunity to exchange your points for horse, cat or dog food that our team will deliver direct to local shelters and rehoming services across the country.
Signing up is easy and you can earn points straight away just by joining or referring a friend. Find out more about our reward points by clicking the link.Our Loyalty Program
Play fetch with our simple Repeat Orders
Did you know cats and dogs should be wormed every three months? In fact, routine management of worms and fleas in your pet is highly recommended. Sadly, a recent Frontline survey showed that 1 in 3 people don't actually know how often or when their pet needed treatment.
Our simple repeat ordering service has been set up to make it easier for you and your pet. Not only will you receive DOUBLE loyalty points through Petsenserewards, we will deliver your preferred product to your door with a reminder of the date you next need to treat your pet. For more information on treatment frequency visit our product pages. Become a member and set up your repeat orders today.Go to your account or Register now
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Advice from the expert
How often should I worm my dog and cat?
Dogs and cats over the age of six months should be wormed every three months. Puppies and kittens are usually wormed from the age of two weeks. They are then wormed regularly every 2-3 weeks until they reach 12 weeks then every month until they reach six months. More information about wormers can be found on our product pages.
How can I tell if my dog has worms?
There are a number of symptoms that could be present in a dog that is suffering from an infestation of worms. Look out for appetite or weight loss, diarrhoea, general sickness, coughing, fatigue or a swollen stomach. If you think that your dog may be displaying any these symptoms we advise you visit your vet. Alternatively, visit our websites worming section to buy your pets next course of wormers and for handy tips and instructions.
My pet isn't showing any sign of worms. Does that mean I don't have to?
All pets should be wormed routinely. The problem with worms is that by the time the symptoms show your pet is already suffering and spreading it in your own environment. To protect your pet and your home we recommend worming at least every three months.