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Intestinal All-Wormer For Cats

Intestinal All Wormer for Cats 2 Tablets

Available in 2 Tablets

EXEPLET INTESTINAL ALL-WORMER FOR CATS isrecommended for the control of gastrointestinal worms in cats and kittens.  The tablets, when administered as directed, will control:

Roundworm
Hookworm
Tapeworm

EACH TABLET CONTAINS: 25mg PRAZIQUANTEL, 100mg PYRANTEL EMBONATE

Dosage and Administration

EXEPLET INTESTINAL ALL-WORMER FOR CATS is given as a single dose by mouth. Cats should be dosed on an empty stomach, see dosing tips below.

IT IS ESSENTIAL TO WEIGH YOUR CAT BEFORE TREATMENT.

BodyweightTablets
2.5kg AND UNDER 1/2
2.6 - 5.0kg 1
Over 5kg 1 tablet for every 5kg

Worms are usually found in the faeces after treatment, however worms may not appear for up to 48 hours after treatment.  If worm problems persist consult a veterinarian.

Dosing Tips

  • Grip the cat’s muzzle from behind the head with the thumb and index fingers in corners of the mouth behind the eye teeth.
  • Push the jaws open by squeezing your thumb and index fingers together tilting the head back.  Alternatively, grip the cat tightly by the lose skin at the back of the neck.  Arch the head back this helps open your cat’s mouth without hurting it.
  • Place the tablet on the back of the tongue, pushing the tablet right over the back of the tongue with the tip of your little finger (all of this should be done as quickly as possible).
  • Close the mouth and stroke the throat until the tablet is swallowed.

Treatment Frequency

Cats can be re-infested with worms from other pets or from their surroundings, therefore treatment should be repeated regularly.  Follow the treatment frequency recommendations in the table below and worm all your pets at the same time to maximise protection: 

Kittens to 12 Weeks of Age Kittens & Cats From 12 Weeks of AgePregnant Cats 

Treat at 6,8 and 12 weeks for:

  • Roundworm
  • Hookworm

Treat every 3 months for:

  • Roundworm
  • Hookworm
  • Tapeworm
Treat at mating, before birth of kittens and then every 3 months

If worm problems persist, consult a veterinarian.

EXEPLET INTESTINAL ALL-WORMER FOR CATS may be combined with other treatments such as flea treatments.

FIRST AID:

If poisoning occurs, contact a doctor or the Poisons Information Centre. Phone Australia 131126.

APVMA Approval No.: 54286/1[2]/0507 

MADE IN AUSTRALIA