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Worming while pregnant

Species: cat | Category: medical-surgical | Submitted: 5 May 2009 07:07PM | viewed 11140 times
Q Amy asks about fudge (cat - tortoise shell, F) :

My cat is pregnant and I have been advised to worm her with Drontal is this OK or not?

Q Our vet says: It is best not to use anything in pregnancy unless really necessary. Drontal is best avoided during pregnancy if possible.

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