Flea, tick and worm plan

Protect your happiness

At ManyPets, your pet’s health is our biggest priority. Our Flea, tick and worm plan for cats and dogs gives you safe and proven non-prescription parasite treatment from £7.49 per month.

  • 3 months free exclusive to ManyPets insurance customers*. Go to My account to redeem your offer.
  • First month free for all pet owners. Offer ends on 31/03/23. Terms Apply.
  • Free monthly delivery through your letter box.
  • Easy to make updates in Manage my plan

How it works

The ManyPets Flea, tick and worm plan saves you time, money and worry. Most importantly, it keeps your pet happy and healthy. Here's how the process works.

Tell us about your pet

Let us know your cat or dog's age, weight and gender

View your tailored plan

We build your ManyPets Flea, tick and worm plan tailored for your pet

Confirm your delivery details

Tell us where to send the box. You’re nearly done!

Set up your payment

Provide a card number for your payments. And you're all set!

All in from £7.49

When you buy the ManyPets Flea, tick and worm plan, there are no hidden extras or surprise costs.

Pay a fixed price for your plan to cover all treatments plus a treat, every month.

Prices are based on the size of your pet, starting at £7.49 a month and we won't charge you for extras.

Sign up for hassle-free healthcare

The ManyPets Flea, tick and worm plan is our latest commitment to pet parents. We want to help your furry friends stay well and make pet health convenient, accessible and affordable.

We’ve worked closely with the vet-backed team at VetBox to make sure the treatments are safe, effective and vet-approved. Sign up to get a tailored delivery every month containing flea and tick treatment, and a worming tablet when they need it, depending on your pet’s age.

As easy as 1, 2, 3

Application at home is easy and fast and requires no expertise. Just apply the spot-on formula to the skin at the back of your pet’s neck monthly for flea and tick prevention and give the worming tablet when required. That's it!

There's no need to worry about ordering your flea, tick and worm treatments. Once the plan is set up, we do it all for you. Your next box will arrive the following month, just like clockwork.

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VetBox and ManyPets

Your Flea, tick and worm plan is shipped by VetBox, a pet health brand that's part of ManyPets.

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Regular parasite prevention can help avoid diseases

Preventative care is one of the best steps we can take to be proactive about our pet’s health. Both vaccinations and regular parasite prevention can help avoid diseases with serious consequences. And it costs less too, decreasing potential pain and stress for both you and your pet!

What's in the box?

We tailor the contents of each ManyPets Flea, tick and worm plan to your pet’s specific needs. Plus your pet will get a free healthy treat!

Included in every box:

  • Flea and tick pipette

  • Free healthy treat

  • Plus worm treatment when they need it

Why choose our Flea, tick and worm plan?

Pets in the UK need to be treated consistently because of our moderate weather, meaning monthly treatment year-round is vital. ManyPets Flea, tick and worm plan helps you do this.

Keep them safe

The ManyPets Flea, tick and worm plan keeps your pet regularly protected against parasites, with free delivery every month.

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Effective against fleas

The spot-on flea treatment contains Fipronil, that kills active fleas and ticks, and S-Methoprene which stops flea eggs from hatching.

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Proven against worms

The worming tablet will protect your pet from roundworms, hookworms and tapeworms. It contains the active ingredients Pyrantel, Febantel (dog only) and Praziquantel.

Frequently asked questions

Ready to protect your pet from fleas, ticks and worms? You might have some questions about how to apply the treatments before you sign up. Here are some commonly asked questions about flea, tick and worming medications and application.

How long will the flea treatment take to work?

Products containing Fipronil will start to kick in within a few hours of application, but require time to spread over the skin's surface. This means fleas will be killed within 24 hours of coming in contact with a treated pet.

If you have an active flea outbreak it's vital you treat the whole flea lifecycle to eliminate the infestation. This includes washing pet bedding and any removable covers in the home on a hot wash and cleaning areas the pet visits in the home and the car thoroughly.

Treating the home (not your pet) with an environmental spray may be required if an active infestation is present.

You can learn more on how to get rid of fleas on dogs and cats in our article.

How long will the tick and worm treatment take to work?

For ticks it will take around 48 hours and for worms it’ll take around 24-48 hours, sometimes even up to 72 hours.

The wormer will start working within about 30 minutes of ingestion as it gets absorbed from the stomach and intestinal tract, but the active kill process can take a couple of days.

I’m a ManyPets insurance customer, can I claim for my plan?

As routine treatments are not covered under ManyPets insurance, you won’t be able to claim under your policy for your plan.

How often will I be sent flea, tick and worming treatment?

You will receive your flea and tick treatment monthly and your worming treatment depending on your pet's age. For pet's under six months this is every month and for pet's over six months this is every three months.

How long until I receive my Flea, tick and worm plan?

When you take out a new plan, we'll pack and dispatch the next working day. You'll receive a notification each month and it will typically take 2-3 days to arrive in the post.

My pet's weight has changed

We make sure your pet gets the right treatment dose based on their personal details. Make sure you check your pet's weight regularly and update it in Manage my plan if it has changed. That way we can ensure they are always getting the amount of medication.

How do I give my pet their treatment?

Simply apply the spot-on formula to the back of your pet's neck once per month for flea and worming protection. Remember to firstly part the fur and apply where your pet cannot groom or lick the application

The worming tablet can be wrapped up in your pet’s favourite food or hidden in your pet’s dinner. The worming tablet will be sent to you when needed, which is dependent on your pet's age.

What should I do if the treatment doesn’t work?

To ensure you get the best from your plan it's important you use the correct dosage, this is based on the weight of your pet.

If you’re buying the ManyPets Flea, tick and worm plan for the first time, you’ll get a chance to tell us your pet’s weight before you purchase.

If you're already a customer you can update your pet's weight by logging into Manage my plan and updating your pet's details.

It’s also important you follow the application instructions carefully so that your pet gets the most out of its treatment. You should also never share treatments between pets.

Can my pet have an allergic reaction to flea, tick and worm treatment?

If your pet has an adverse reaction to the flea and tick treatment you can use a wet cloth to wipe over the site of application to help dilute and remove some of it. You can also seek vet advice.

If after taking the wormer your pet is sick or has diarrhoea and you suspect it's caused by an adverse reaction you should discuss this with your vet. As a ManyPets insurance customer you have access to free vet video calls.

Adverse reactions to flea, tick and worming medications are uncommon, however they can occur. You should report the incident to the Veterinary Medicines Directorate at https://www.vmd.defra.gov.uk/adversereactionreporting/report-type

How does flea treatment work?

Treatments that are applied to the skin usually work by spreading across the body using the body’s natural oils, and also store themselves within glands throughout the skin called sebaceous glands.

Parasites that come in contact with a treated pet do not need to bite to be exposed to the drug. Products containing Fipronil affect the nervous system of the parasites they target without affecting your pet!

What happens if my cat or dog licks the flea treatment?

The most common side effect from licking a Fipronil based spot-on treatment that hasn’t dried yet is excessive salivation due to the bitter taste of the product.

Some pets may become nauseous or vomit. Offering water to rinse the solution out of the mouth or a treat to remove the taste can help in cases of salivation. Do not hesitate to contact your vet if you're concerned. If you’re a ManyPets insurance customer can you can use your free 24/7 access to FirstVet.

How can I manage my Flea, tick and worm plan?

You can log into Manage my plan to make any updates.