Four Seasons Wormer

£16.25 Sale Save
Four Seasons Wormer

Four Seasons Wormer

£16.25 Sale Save
1 review

Anti worm homeopathic and herbal tincture.

Its very easy to use, simply squeeze the eye dropper in the bottle and let it fill, squirt the contents into the dogs mouth on 2 consecutive days each month. (for example 1st & 2nd of every month).

Formulated to help maintain the bodies natural ability to expel worms and internal parasites.

The homoeopathic elements support the digestive organs allowing the natural expulsion of parasites to occur through the host animals natural defence system.

The astringent effects of the herbal ingredients creates a hostile environment for internal parasites.

Four Seasons has a gentle and long term effect and assists by reducing the opportunities for parasites to re-establish themselves leading to lower egg and worm counts

Four Seasons will not harm the protective gut flora and may be used with puppies and pregnant mothers

Four Seasons contains hibiscus, thyme, ginger root, clove, natural salts, bitter apple hom 12X


100ml 4 dogs for 12 months £16.25


Please allow approx 3-5 working days for delivery (subject to availability)

*For delivery to AB,HS,IV,KW,PA,PH,ZE,IOW,IOM, Northern Ireland & Channel Isles please email us with your post code for a delivery quote

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Denise H.
United Kingdom United Kingdom

I honestly don't know if it works!

I have my fingers crossed that it is working but I shall never really know because I feed and medicate the urban foxes that come to my garden. This area, until 70 years ago, was all fields and given over to farming. Much of that land exists today but the farms have long since gone. Houses were built after the second world war and slowly the foxes lost their habitat and along with it, their food. They are now starving and forced to scavenge from takeaways and people's gardens. I feed them, medicate them for mange and continue to put food out for them until they decide to move on. I then care for the next lot. I am only above to monitor them by a wildlife camera so I can pick out those who look emaciated or suffering from mange, limps etc. Obviously, I don't interfere with them otherwise.