Fido’s All Wormer Tablets

Fido’s All Wormer Tablets
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$3.55

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Does not control heartworm

Indications

  • Roundworms- Toxocara canis, Toxocara cati, Toxacaris leonia
  • Hookworms- Uncinaria stenocephala, Ancylostoma canininum
  • Whipworms- Trichuris vulpis
  • Tapeworms- Echinococcus granulosus, Echinococcus multilocularis (hydatid tapeworms), Dipylidium caninum (common flea tapeworm), Taenia spp.

Active Constituents per tablet:

Praziquantel 50mg/tablet and Fenbendazole 500mg/tablet

  • Treats all intestinal worms including roundworms, hookworms, whipworms and tapeworms
  • Suitable for dogs and cats, puppies and kittens.
  • Does not control heartworm (Dirofilaria immitis)
  • Great for multi animal households as the dog and cat can now take the same medication
  • Economical
  • Tablets divide easily to half or quarters
  • Can be given to puppies from 2 weeks
  • Can be given to kittens from 8 weeks
  • 1 tablet per 10kg bodyweight regardless if a dog or cat
  • Can be given orally directly or can be mixed with food

Dosage and administration 

  • These tablets are administered orally either directly or mixed with a treat or food
  • Dietary measures or fasting are not necessary
  • Absorption may be improved with food
  • If worm problem persists after treatment, consult a veterinarian

 Dose Rate

  • 1 tablet per 10kg bodyweight
  • The tablets are scored to easily divide into quarters

Dosage Guide For Dogs

Small dogs and puppies over 6 months of age

Medium sized dogs

Large dogs

0.5-2.5kg body weight

¼ tablet

11-15kg body weight

1 ½ tablets

31-35kg body weight

3 ½ tablets

2.5-5kg body weight

½ tablet

16-20kg body weight

2 tablets

36-40kg body weight

4 tablets

6-10kg body weight

1 tablet

21-25kg body weight

2 ½ tablets

  
  

26-30kg body weight

3 tablets

  

 Routine Treatment Schedule For Dogs

Hydatid tapeworms

Dogs should not be fed, or allowed to feed on, offal from any species. Dogs in hydatid areas should be treated every 6 weeks

Other tapeworms

Treat every 3 months. Dipylidium caninum tapeworms are transmitted by fleas. Control of this tapeworm should include flea control measures

Roundworms and hookworms

Treat at 2, 4, 6, 8 and 12 weeks- thereafter every 3 months

Whipworms

Treat every 6-8 weeks after 3 months of age 

 Dosage Guide For Cats

Adult Cat

0.5-2.5kg Body weight

¼ tablet

2.5-5kg Body weight

½ tablet

 Routine Treatment Schedule For Adult Cats

Tapeworms

Treat every 3 months

Roundworms and hookworms

Treat at 8 and 12 weeks – thereafter every 3 months

 Treatment For Weaned Puppies And Kittens Under 6 Months Of Age

  • Tablets should be administered at a dose rate of 5mg Praziquantel and 50mg Fenbendazole per kg bodyweight - equivalent to ½ tablets per 5kg bodyweight
  • Treatment should be administered for three consecutive days

Treatment For Unweaned Puppies And Nursing Bitches

  • For the control of roundworms, it is important to worm young puppies very regularly, at a dose rate of 5mg Praziquantel and 50mg Fenbendazole per kg bodyweight for 3 consecutive days - equivalent to ½ tablet per 5 kg daily for 3 days
  • This treatment regime should be repeated at 2 weekly intervals from the age of 2 weeks for puppies less than 12 weeks of age
  • It is then recommended that worming be administered at intervals of 3 months.
  • Nursing bitches should be treated at the same time and as frequently as puppies up to 12 weeks of age - thereafter the adult worming regime of once every 3 months is recommended

Increased Dosing For Specific Infections

Adult Dogs

For the treatment of clinical worm infestations administer at a dose rate of: 5mg Praziquantel and 50mg Fenbendazole per kg bodyweight daily for 2 consecutive days - equivalent to 1 tablet per 10 kg daily for 2 days  

Adult Cats

For the treatment of clinical worm infestations administer at a dose rate of: 5mg Praziquantel and 50mg Fenbendazole per kg bodyweight daily for 3 consecutive days - equivalent to ½ tablet per 5 kg daily for 3 days  

Further Advice

  • Most common tapeworms of the dog and cat (Dipylidium caninium) is transmitted by the flea - it is important to pay attention to flea control to reduce the incidence of tapeworm and the risk of re-infection

Compatibility

  • May be combined with other treatments, for example heartworm prevention, flea and tick treatment.

APVMA Approval # 59650/106173

Product CodeWRMF10
Stock Level76
ConditionNew
Weight0.001kg

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QuantityPrice per unit
1$3.55
10+$2.85
50+$2.15
100+$1.65

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