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    Drontal Allwormer For Cats 2 Tablets & Applicator

    Drontal Allwormer For Cats 2 Tablets & Applicator Two tablets per box. Each tablet treats 4 kg(8.8lbs) bodyweight.

    For the control of all gastrointestinal worms: roundworm, hookworm and tapeworm in cats including kittens and pregnant and lactating queens.

    Each tablets of Drontal contains 20mg Praziquantel and 80mg Pyrantel (20mg per tablet). Praziquantel is 100% effective against all species of tapeworm. Pyrantel is effective against roundworm and hookworm. In combination, they provide unparalleled effectiveness against internal parasites affecting cats.
    Expiry Date: 12 2015

    Price: USD $18.95



    Directions of Use

    The dose is 1 tablet per 4 kg(8.8 lbs) bodyweight. Drontal is given as a single dose by mouth. Weigh cats before treatment. Cats should be dosed on an empty stomach.

    Treat Recommendations

    Treat kittens at 6, 8 and 12 weeks and then 3 monthly.

    Treat adults every 3 months, or where several cats are housed together and environmental contamination may be high, on veterinary advice.

    Pregnant/lactating queens should be treated prior to mating, 10 days before kittening and 2 and 4 weeks after kittening.



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