Aristopet Puppy and Kitten Worm Syrup
Unique Features of Puppy and Kitten Worm Syrup
- Contains piperazine, a safe and effective dewormer
- For the removal of roundworms (Toxocara canis) in puppies, and (Toxascaris leonina and Toxocara cati) in kittens
- Available in a pleasant tasting liquid formulation
- Safe even for young puppies, kittens
- Contents of 50mL bottle will provide multiple treatments
- Keep Medication at room temperature; do not freeze
You pay $6.45
Product Detail: Aristopet Puppy and Kitten Worm Syrup
Information About Puppy and Kitten Worm Syrup
Everyone wants to keep their new pet safe from parasites, especially when it is just a baby! Now you can rid your puppy or kitten of roundworms with Puppy and Kitten Worm Syrup. Its piperazine-containing formula is highly effective against canine and feline roundworms, yet safe and gentle enough for puppies and kittens. Roundworms can make young animals very ill, damaging not only their intestines, but also their lungs, so treating them is very important to keep them happy and healthy.
Puppy and Kitten Worm Syrup is very easy to use - just a few drops of the palatable liquid into the mouth or mixed with food and you are done! The bottle contains 50 mL (1.7 fl oz), sufficient for multiple treatments, making Puppy and Kitten Worm Syrup a great choice to treat a litter of puppies or kittens. This medication may be safely used in dogs and cats of all ages.
Note: this medication is not effective against other intestinal parasites such as hookworms, whipworms or tapeworms.
Dosage and Administration
The correct dosage of Puppy and Kitten Worm Syrup is based on the animal's bodyweight: Dose 1mL (20 drops) per kg bodyweight (per 2.2lbs) on two consecutive days.
The recommended worming treatment schedule for Puppies is 2, 4, 8 and 12 weeks and thereafter every 3 months.
For kittens, the recommended worming treatment schedule is 6, 8, and 12 weeks, then every 3 months.
Warnings, Side Effects and Drug Interactions
This medication should not be used on sick or debilitated animals. If worm problems persist, consult a veterinarian.