Drontal All-Wormer for Small Dogs & Puppies to 3kg - 4 Tablets
Now there's an easy way to protect your dog and family from worms with Drontal - a proven treatment that eradicates all gastro-intestinal worms in your best friend.
► Proven, unmatched efficacy against all major gastro-intestinal parasites like roundworm, hookworm, whipworm and tapeworm.
► Unique ingredients proven through research to be more effective than any other intestinal worming treatment on the market
► Australian innovation - developed and manufactured locally
Safeguard your family, too! Watch out! Worms can be bad news for humans. To help reduce the risk, ensure you keep up your pet's regular de-worming and always responsibly dispose of your pet’s poos.
Symptoms of worms can include: Excessive bottom cleaning, diarrhoea, scooting, vomiting and pot-belly.
Once they've found their way into the gut, parasitic worms will survive by feeding on the contents of your pet's gut or sucking on your pet's blood. Left untreated, they can be a serious health risk. That's why it's so important to treat your pet at least every three months.
Directions for use
Administer the dogs correct dose by hand. Where necessary for dosage the product may be cut with a knife to produce half chews. If necessary Drontal Chewable may be crushed and mixed in canned dog food.
Treat puppies at 2, 4, 8, 12 weeks; then 4, 5, 6 months of age.
Treat adult dogs every 3 months (6 weeks in Hydatid infested locations).
Treat pregnant/lactating dogs at mating, then 10 days before whelping and at 2 and 4 weeks after whelping, then every 3 months.
1 tablet per 3kg
These recommendations are of a general nature. In specific instances where infestation is particularly heavy or many dogs are housed together, a veterinary surgeon should be consulted.
Drontal Chewable may be given safely to all dogs including old animals, young pups, working dogs and greyhounds. It may be given to pregnant bitches but is only clinically indicated in the last 10 days prior to whelping.
Drontal Chewables may be combined with other treatments, for example heartworm prevention, flea or tick treatment.