Flea, tick and worm subscription
Preventative care for your pet
Your pet’s health is our biggest priority. That’s why we offer a monthly flea, tick and worm subscription from just £7.48 per month.
Regular parasite prevention can help avoid diseases
What’s in our subscription box?
Let’s explore the contents of your tailored monthly flea, tick and worm subscription.
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
A worm treatment for use when your pet needs it
How long will the flea, tick, and worm 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 surface of your pet’s skin. 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 that you treat the entire flea life cycle to eliminate the infestation. This includes washing pet bedding and any removable covers in your home on a hot wash, and thoroughly cleaning any areas the pet visits in the home and car. You may also need to treat your home (not your pet) with an environmental spray to address an active infestation.
Read our guide to learn more about how to get rid of fleas on dogs and cats.
I’m a ManyPets customer, can I claim for my plan?
How often will I be sent flea, tick and worming treatment?
You’ll receive your flea, tick and worm treatment monthly, while the frequency of your worming treatment will depend on your pet's age. For pets under six months, the worming treatment is delivered every month, and every three months for pets over six months.
How long until I receive my flea, tick and worm plan?
We aim to prepare your box within 7 days of receiving payment, and you'll receive a dispatch email once it's ready to be sent. Please allow up to 14 days for delivery following the dispatch email.
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 tick protection. Remember to first part the fur and apply where your pet cannot groom or lick the application
You could wrap the worming tablet in your pet’s favourite food or hide it in their dinner. Your worming tablets will be sent when your pet needs them, which will depend on their age.
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 the site of application to dilute and remove some of it. If necessary, you can also seek advice from a vet. As a ManyPets insurance customer you have access to unlimited, 24/7 online vet advice.
If your pet is sick or has diarrhoea after taking the wormer, and you suspect they are having an adverse reaction, you should also contact your vet or use the virtual vet service.
Adverse reactions to flea, tick and worming medications are uncommon but can occur. You should report any adverse reactions to the Veterinary Medicines Directorate.
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 is excessive salivation due to the product’s bitter taste. Some pets may also become nauseous or vomit.
Offer your pet water to rinse the solution out of their mouth. Giving them a treat can also help remove the taste in cases of salivation.
Don’t hesitate to contact your vet if you're concerned about your pet. If you’re a ManyPets insurance customer you can use your unlimited, 24/7 online vet advice service.