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Item Code366 CategoryWormers BrandDrontal Unite Price$18.72 Quantity


Composition : Pyrantel embonate 143 mg, oxantel embonate 543 mg, praziquantel 50 mg; soft palatable base.

Indications : Control of roundworm (Toxocara canis, Toxascaris leonina), hookworm (Ancylostoma caninum, A. braziliense, Uncinaria stenocephala), whipworm (Trichuris vulpis), the hydatid tapeworm (Echinococcus granulosus), the common flea tapeworm (Dipylidium caninum), and Taenia sp. (T. ovis, T. Pisiformis, T. hydatigena) in dogs. May be given to all classes of dogs including old animals, young puppies, working dogs, greyhounds, and pregnant or lactating bitches.

Precautions : When worming, treat all dogs and cats in the household. Treat cats with a product registered for use in cats, e.g. Felex Plus All Wormer Paste.

Dosage and Administration : 1 cube/10 kg bodyweight. Weigh the dog prior to treatment and round the dose up to the nearest half or whole cube. As the ingedients of Canex Cube are evenly distributed within each cube, a cube may be cut to treat dogs lighter than 10 kg, e.g. two half cubes will treat two 5 kg dogs. Fasting prior to dosing is not necessary. Canex Cube may be offered before or after a meal, or mixed in food or dosed by hand. The cube may also be offered in pieces. Acceptance studies conducted in Australia on privately owned dogs showed a 90 to 95% spontaneous acceptance of Canex Cube. Canex Cube may be combined with other treatments such as heartworm prevention and flea or tick treatments. Up to 12 weeks of age. Canex Cube may be safely used in puppies. However, whipworms are not normally a problem in pups under 12 weeks, therefore treatment with Canex Puppy Suspension (pyrantel embonate) at 2, 4, 8 and 12 weeks may be adequate in this age group. Tapeworms (Dipylidium caninum) can be present as early as 4 weeks of age. Over 12 weeks of age. Treat every 3 months, or every 6 weeks in hydatid infested areas. Pregnant bitches. Treat at mating, before whelping and then every 3 months. High infestation risk. Under heavy parasitic pressure, worm control in dogs may require more frequent treatments