Fenpral Intestinal Worming tablets for Large Dogs is dosed at 1 tablet for each 40 kg of body weight, given once every three months. Fenpral Intestinal Worming tablets are used for the control of all gastrointestinal worms in dogs including: Roundworm, Hookworm, Whipworm, Tapeworm and Hydatid Tapeworm.
Fenpral Intestinal Worming tablets contain the active constituents: 200mg Praziquantel, 576mg Pyrantel Embonate, 1000mg Fenbendazole.
This bottle of Fenpral Intestinal Worming tablets contains 50 scored tablets.
Fenpral Intestinal Worming tablets are also available for Small Dogs, doesed at 10 kg per tablets in bottle containing 100 tablets.
EXPIRY – 05/2020
Jar of 50 tablets, 10 packs of 50 tablets
ADDITIONAL INFORMATION: ACTIVE CONSTITUENTS Each tablet contains 200mg Praziquantel 576mg Pyrantel Embonate 1000mg Fenbendazole DIRECTION FOR USE Administer a single dose by mouth Treatment is best given after a meal in the morning. Weigh dog to determine dosage, giving one (1) tablet per the table below:
|Dog Bodyweight||No of Tablets|
|50 kg||1 ½|
|60 kg||1 ½|
TREATMENT REGIMEN – Hydatid tapeworm: Dogs should not be fed, or allowed to feed on, offal from any species. Dogs in hydatid area should be treated every 6 weeks – Other tapeworms: Treat every 3 months – Roundworm and hookworm: Treat at 2,4,8 and 12 weeks – thereafter every 3 months – Whipworm: treat every 6 to 8 weeks after 3 months of age. – Pregnant bitches: treat at mating, before whelping and then every 3 months.
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