Troy All Wormer Tablets
Information About All Wormer Tablets for Cats and Kittens
Your cat needs continual protection from parasites such as intestinal worms. Worm infestation in cats can cause a lack of energy, loss of weight and diarrhea. A regular treatment program for worms is the best way to keep your cat healthy. Allwormer Tablets for Cats and Kittens are indicated for the treatment of roundworm (Toxocara cati, Toxascaris leonina), hookworm (Ancylostoma spp., Uncinaria stenocephala) and tapeworm (Taenia spp., Dipylidium caninum). The product does not control hydatid tapeworms. To ensure maximal effectiveness of treatment, all animals in the household, dogs and cats, should all be treated at the same time, using appropriate worming products. Animals infested with worms are a constant source of reinfestation to other animals, and may even be dangerous to your family.
All Wormer Tablets for Cats and Kittens tablets are scored, making it easy to dose your cat accurately. And, because the tablets are palatable, they can be dosed directly into the mouth, or crushed and sprinked onto food, so that dosing is no longer a chore. All Wormer Tablets for Cats and Kittens tablets are safe to use even in kittens from 6 weeks and pregnant cats. 4 tablets are provided, allowing you to even the largest feline, or treat several cats, or alternatively, treat one cat several times - the choice is yours!
Unique Features of All Wormer Tablets for Cats and Kittens
- All wormer for control of roundworms, hookworms and tapeworms
- Scored, palatable tablets for easy, accurate dosing
- Safe for use in kittens from 6 weeks, as well as pregnant females
- Tablets contain: pyrantel embonate & niclosamide
- Store at room temperature, below 30°C (86°F)
Dosage and Administration
Dose one tablet per 2.5kg (5.5lb) bodyweight. Ensure that you weigh your cat before dosing and round the dose up to the nearst half or whole tablet. The palatable tablets can be easily administered whole, or crushed and sprinkled into the cats food. The tablets are scored and may be broken in half for accurate dosing.
Kittens should be treated with this product at 6, 8 and 12 weeks of age, then every 3 months throughout life. Cats should be dosed at mating, before the kittens are born and then while nursing. For good worm control, a flea control program should also be in place. All animals in the household should be treated for worms.
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