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Product InformationDrontal Plus Flavour bone shaped worming tablets kill every type of intestinal worm commonly found in UK dogs. A single dose every 3 months is generally sufficient for most dogs, although some dogs which scavenge may need to be treated more often.
Drontal is a simple single dose worming routine and doesn't have to be given with food, the choice is yours. The tablet is beef flavour.
Body weight: 5-10kg - 1 Tablets
Body weight: 10-15kg - 1½ Tablets
Body weight: 15-20kg - 2 Tablets
Suitable for puppies from 2 weeks of age. Not for use in dogs weighing less than 2 kg.
Why your pet needs Drontal regularly?
Parasitic worms infect most dogs at some time in their lives. They can damage your pet's health and worse still, your family's.
How often should we treat for worms?
It is difficult to prevent worm infection so it is a good idea to treat your cat or dog regularly for worms. If you worm at least every 3 months it will help keep your pet healthy and importantly vastly reduce the number of worm eggs shed into the environment.
50mg praziquantel, 144mg pyrantel embonate and 150mg febantel
This is a NFA-VPS product
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Drontal Plus Flavour Bone Shaped Dog Worming 1 tablet NFA-D
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Hello on 2 Jun 2015 said:
Excellent product will buy again and recommend!!!
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