Super Saver Generic Wormer for Dogs & Cats

Unique Features of Super Saver Generic Wormer for Dogs and Cats

  • A broad spectrum wormer
  • Formulated to be used on both dogs and cats
  • Controls roundworms, hookworms and tapeworms (excluding hydatid tapeworm)
  • Budget-friendly
  • Each tablet treats 22lbs (10kg) bodyweight
  • Available in packs of 10 or 100
  • Active ingredients: Levamisole and Niclosamide
 

From $9.45


 
 
 
Style Number: MAV146-CONFIG
 

Product Detail: Super Saver Generic Wormer for Dogs & Cats

Information About Super Saver Generic Wormer for Dogs and Cats

Super Saver Generic Wormer for Dogs and Cats is your most economical way of keeping those worms away from your pet?s system. It is a broad spectrum wormer that is made for both dogs and cats. Super Saver Generic Wormer for Dogs and Cats treats and controls roundworms, hookworms, and tapeworms inside your canine?s or feline?s bodies.

Roundworms, hookworms, and tapeworms damage your dog?s or cat?s health. They affect your pet?s vitality, appearance and performance. Super Saver Generic Wormer for Dogs and Cats controls and treats intestinal worms (Toxocara sp., Toxascaris sp., Uncinaria sp., Ancylostoma sp., Dipylidium sp. and Taenia sp.) to keep your pet happy and healthy. Super Saver Generic Wormer for Dogs and Cats is your budget-friendly wormer, which effectively solves your worm problems. Please note that this medication is not effective in treating whipworms in dogs, nor Hydatid tapeworms. It does not prevent Heartworm disease.

Dosage and Administration

Dogs

Puppies: Treat at 2, 4, 8 and 12 weeks of age and then every three months.
Adult dogs: Treat regularly every three months for the animal's lifetime. If whipworms are known to be present, treat every six to eight weeks after 3 months of age.
Pregnant and lactating females: Treat prior to mating and before whelping. Animals should be given two treatments (at an interval of 14 days) during the gestation and lactation periods, then every three months.
If worm problems persist, consult a veterinarian.

Cats
Kittens: Treat at 6, 8 and 12 weeks of age and then every three months.
Adult cats: Treat regularly every three months for the animal's lifetime. If whipworms are known to be present, treat every six to eight weeks after 3 months of age.
Pregnant and lactating females: Treat prior to mating and before kittening. Animals should be given two treatments (at an interval of 14 days) during the gestation and lactation periods, then every three months.
If worm problems persist, consult a veterinarian.

Dose one tablet per 22lbs (10kg). Tablets are double scored, so can be accurately broken into quarters for accurate dosing for smaller dogs and cats. Always weigh the pet before dosing to ensure that you do not underdose. Tablets may be given whole, directly into the mouth, or crushed and hidden in food. Ensure that you watch the pet after dosing to check that the entire dose has been swallowed.

Warnings, Side Effects and Drug Interactions

Side effects in a small number of animals can include vomiting, depressed appetite and unsteady gait. If the latter occurs, discontinue administration of the medication. To reduce the likelihood of vomiting, administer with food and divide the dose. Use with caution in debilitated animals and animals with reduced hepatic function. If problems persist, consult a veterinarian.


Ratings & Reviews

Based on 21 Review(s)

Most Recent Reviews

Thanks . . .
Oct 21, 2015

Thanks for the quick shipment of this dewormer. I live in the US and was surprised at how quickly this came. I was able to give it to all 3 dogs and all 5 cats, but it was something of a challenge to get it in a few of them. The two outside cats rarely ever get canned food, so I crushed it up and put it in some canned food for them--they loved the food regardless of the medicine in it. I was able to stuff it down the throats of the the three inside cats and one of my dogs--she put up a fight! One dog ate it crushed in her food, but my stubborn little mini pom wouldn't cooperate with anything I tried. I sometimes give the dogs chewy treats and this little girl swallows her whole, so I cut the pill in smaller pieces and hid it inside a few treats. All animals are now dewormed . . . woo hoo!

Broad Spectrum Dewormer
Oct 16, 2015

I rescue animals. I have 2 dogs and presently have 10 cats. My complaint was that drontal was so big I couldn't hide in food for suspicious cats. I received my dewormer yesterday. I was so excited. I opened the bottle and was so disappointed. They are huge. So sad....

Worked for all but one...and she didn't take enough
Sep 03, 2015

My wayward crew of dogs and kitties ended up with tapeworms, thanks to one rescued kitten's flea infestation overwhelming their Frontline Plus earlier this summer. Because of rescue work, I have more pets than average and needed a budget-friendly solution. This product worked beautifully for my dogs and all but one cat. After a month, no sign of tapeworms on any other pets than the one cat. My vet confirmed that there were no worms in several of the cats as they came in for checkups. :) None of my pets suffered any side effects from the medication, either. To be fair, the one cat who didn't have good results is impossible to pill, and refused to eat much of anything that I put the powdered pill in, no matter how much she normally loved it. She just may never have gotten a therapeutic dose of the medication. I probably just need to try again with her.

tape worms
Jul 23, 2015

We got lots of standing water this year, it never got in our home. But was bad out side. Although our cats do not go outside and we have never had a flea problem, this year we got them very bad. We are thinking the rain and standing water had to do with it. We got them down but can't them them gone. They all seem to have tape worms and since we have 5 cat the vet bill is too expensive. This works great. Thank you so much.

Working Great for years!
Jun 26, 2015

I used this wormer for my last dog (may he rest in peace) and with my present dog, with good results. No worms that I've seen, and no side effects. Simple and easy, every 3 months. And a bargain!