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Dorwest Garlic Tablets

  • Pack of 100 £7.00
  • Pack of 200 £16.00
  • Pack of 500 £25.99

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Potent and delicious, Dorwest Garlic Tablets are a licensed herbal medicine (AVM-GSL) authorised by the VMD and a favourite with horses, cats and dogs alike. Highly palatable, this nutritious supplement contains pure garlic oil, known for its beneficial effects on equine immune systems. The easy, clean and simple tablets are absorbed superbly and can be used year round to encourage your horse's natural functions, particularly through the winter months. Ideal to give on a regular daily basis to all dogs and cats.


Garlic 30mg; Oil of Garlic 0.001ml

Feeding Guidelines

Cat/Small Dog
under 10kg
Medium Dogs
10 - 25 kg
Large Dogs
25 - 45kg
Giant Breeds
above 45 kg
Daily Maintenance Rate
1- 2
3 - 5
5 - 6
6 - 8

1 tablet per 5kgs bodyweight daily, can be given indefinitely for general health.

  • Use during pregnancy and lactation: Yes
  • Age from which can be used: 8 weeks of age
  • Interactions: Can be given in conjunction with any other medication
  • Long or short term use: May be given indefinitely to maintain general health
  • Sugar coated tablet: Yes

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Garlic tablets for flea prevention

8th Oct 2015

I've heard that you can give garlic tablets to prevent accurate is this?how many tablets and how often?many thanks.

  • Non-Executive Director

It is commonly believed that garlic does help to repel fleas and it might well be true. I am not aware of any scientific research or assessment of this, so we are just left with anecdotal reports. Nobody can say anything about this with any certainty because it is simply not known. Personally I think that garlic is likely to help a bit. The more you give (within reason) the more effective it is likely to be. However huge amounts of garlic would start to become toxic in itself so that would not be good. If fleas are a problem I would use a licensed flea product which has been tested for safety and efficacy at a known dose. If fleas are not a problem and you are just wanting to give something to try and help keep it that way, then I would still recommend a proper flea product but if you do not like the idea of that, a regular dose of garlic might indeed help.


18th Jul 2014
Pat McDermott

How much garlic is in each tablet (eg. mg)?

  • Web Developer

There is 30mg of garlic in each tablet.