Active Ingredients: Praziquantel 50mg
Effective for the treatment of tapeworm.
1 tablet treats 10kg (22lbs)
Expiry: November 2023
- Tapewormer tablets are easier to swallow due to the small size and half scored for ease of dosing according to weight.
- Safe, works well in combination with current all in one intestinal worm and flea prevention products.
- Cost effective: Provides an alternative to customers who may hesitate to worm their animal because of the high price of competitor products.
Side Effects: The side effects of Virbac Tapewormer are rare at the recommended dosage.
- Virbac Tapewormer has a wide margin of safety for all sizes and breeds of dogs and cats.
- It is approved for use in puppies and kittens as young as 12 weeks, old animals, greyhounds, working dogs, pregnant females, breeding bitches and queens.
- Virbac Tapewormer may be combined with other treatments, for example heartworm prevention, flea and tick treatments and vaccination.
Cautions: Do not use in puppies and kittens under 12 weeks of age. This medication should not be used in animals allergic to Praziquantel.
- Weigh dogs and cats before treatment.
- Dogs and cats are treated by weight with the appropriate number of tablets.
- All tablets are to be administered at the same time, by mouth, or crushed and sprinkled on food.
- A common regime for treatment is to worm dogs and cats every 3 months commencing at 3 months of age.
- In hydatid prone areas worm dogs and cats every 6 weeks.
- In cases of infection with Spirometra erinacei (zipper worm) the dose rate should be increased to 1 tablet/2.5 kg (5.5lbs)
For Hydatid Tapeworm Control in Dogs: Treat every 6 weeks.
Other Tapeworms: Treat every 3 months and treat your pet regularly for fleas.
Pregnant Bitches & Queens: Treat prior to mating, 10 days before and 4 weeks after birth and then every 3 month
|For||Dogs 10kg (22lbs)|
|Active Constituents||Praziquantel 50mg|