1. Paragard Small Dogs and Puppies Over 5kg

Paragard Broad Spectrum wormer for dogs is an effective treatment against a variety of gastrointestinal worms, including roundworms, hookworms, whipworms, and all types of tapeworms, such as hydatid tapeworms. These liver-flavored tablets can be given directly as a treat or crushed and mixed with food. The formula contains Praziquantel, Pyrantel, and Oxantel as active ingredients. Praziquantel targets flatworms, including tapeworms, while Pyrantel and Oxantel Embonate effectively eliminate roundworms, hookworms, and whipworms, ensuring comprehensive worm control in dogs.

Usage Instructions:
To administer Paragard Broad Spectrum wormer to your pet, first weigh them and select the appropriate pack size. Dosage should be given at 2, 4, 6, 8, and 12 weeks of age, followed by a repeat dose every 3 months. You can give the tablet directly to your pet or, if they are resistant, crush it and mix it with their food. Fasting is not required prior to tablet ingestion. For additional guidance, consult a veterinarian.

Precautions:
Paragard Broad Spectrum wormer tablets should not be given to puppies under 2 weeks of age or pets with known allergies to its ingredients. Always keep the tablets away from children, other pets, and food items. It's crucial to follow the label instructions regarding administration, expiry date, and other precautions. Some pets may exhibit side effects due to hypersensitivity; in such cases, consult a veterinarian immediately. After administering the tablet, wash your hands thoroughly. Store the tablets in a cool, dry place. If a human ingests the tablet, contact the nearest poison control center promptly. Remember, these tablets are not suitable for puppies younger than 2 weeks.

Suitable for: Small dogs and puppies over 5kg

Praziquantel, Oxibendazole

Frequently bought together