Fenpral 10kg 100s
Fenpral All Wormer for Dogs
Fenpral Allwormer for Small Dogs 10kg is dosed at 1 tablet per 10 kg of body weight, once every 3 months. Each tablet contains 50mg Praziquantel, 144mg Pyrantel Embonate, and 250mg Fenbendazole.
Fenpral is used for the control of all gastrointestinal worms in dogs including: Roundworm, Hookworm, Whipworm, Tapeworm and Hydatid Tapeworm.
Directions for Use
Administer a single dose by mouth
Weigh dog to determine dosage, giving one (1) tablet per 10kg bodyweight, rounding up to the nearest ¼ tablet.
Treatment is best given after a meal in the morning.
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.
|Dose Form||Tablet / Oral|
|Indication||Control of gastrointestinal worms in cats including roundworms ( Toxocara cati and Toxascaris leonina ), hookworms ( Ancylostoma tubaeforme, A. caninum, A. braziliense and Uncinaria stenocephala ), and tapeworms ( Dipylidium caninum and Taenia taeniaeformis ). Does not control lungworm.|
|Actions||Praziquantel destroys the tapeworm's ability to defend itself from the cat's digestive enzymes and immune system. It appears to interfere with the musculature of the worm's scolex, resulting in the parasite losing its ability to attach to the gut wall. Pyrantel (as embonate) interferes with the parasite's nervous system, resulting in the worms passing through the animal's digestive system.|
|Precautions||Disposal Dispose of used container by wrapping in paper and placing in garbage.|
|Dosage and Administration||Administer orally on an empty stomach. Grasp the cat, wrap in a towel for easy control, and insert the tablet between the cat's back teeth.Dose. Give one tablet/5 kg bodyweight. Cats 4 to 6 kg. 1 tablet. Cats > 6 kg. 1½ tablets.Treatment frequency. Treatment should be on a regular basis, as cats can be re-infected with worms from other pets or from their surroundings. Kittens. Treat at 6, 8 and 12 weeks of age. Cats > 3 months. Treat every three months. Pregnant and lactating cats. Treat at mating, before birth of kittens and thereafter at three monthly intervals.|
|Storage||Store below 30°C (room temperature).|
|Manufacturer||Riverside Veterinary Products|