8in1 Safe Guard Canine Dewormer
Safeguard 4 Canine De-Wormer provides safe and effective treatment and control of tapeworms, hookworms, roundworms and whipworms in easy to feed granules that can be mixed into the food. The manufacturer deems this product safe for young puppies over the age of 6 weeks, pregnant female dogs and heartworm infected dogs. However, they recommend not to use the product if the dog or puppy appears sick. Consult the veterinarian for diagnosis of the illness.
- Safe for young puppies over the age of 6 weeks, pregnant dogs, and heartworm infected dogs
- Safe Guard treats against Tapeworms, Roundworms, Hookworms, and Whipworms
- Easy to feed granules that mix into food
- Must be administered for 3 consecutive days and is effective for 6 months
- Each (large) package contains three 4-gram pouches, each pouch treats 40 lbs
- Convenient, tasty granules that can be mixed right into your pup’s food for a hassle-free de-worming treatment.
- Safe for any breed of young puppies over the age of 6 weeks and pregnant dogs.
- Each package comes with three easy to use 1 gram pouches which should be administered for 3 consecutive days and remain completely effective for up to 6 months.
- Highly effective formula contains fenbendazole which is the same active ingredient found in prescription canine dewormers.
A very popular product, available in small, medium and large sizes. These packs contain three pouches for the three day course. The small pack has three (1 gram) pouches to treat up-to a 10lb dog. The medium pack has three (2 gram) pouches to treat up-to a 20lb dog. The large pack has three (4 gram) pouches to treat up-to a 40lb dog. However, If you have a dog larger than 40lbs, the dosages will be higher than the large pack, and you may need to calculate the dosage as 1gram treatment / 10 lbs dog weight. (Example: 60 lb dog = 1 large pack + 1 medium pack.) ( 80 lb dog = 2 large packs). Recommended dosages are on the back of the packs, so confirm correct dosages prior to use.
Consult your veterinarian for advice on the diagnosis, treatment and control of parasitism. Dogs can become infected with several different types of tapeworms. This de-wormer kills the Taenia species, so if your dog continues to have a worm problem following the treatment, consult your veterinarian.
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