Each chew contains: Ivermectin 60µg, Pyrantel Embonate 143mg, Oxantel Embonate 543mg and Praziquantel 50mg.
This product should not be used in puppies under 6 weeks of age.
Treatment for heartworm should occur regularly at monthly intervals.
Dogs should be tested and be free of adult heartworm and microfilariae prior to starting heartworm prevention. If worm problems persist, consult your veterinarian.
Monthly dosage with EXELPET™ EZY-DOSE™ MONTHLY HEARTWORMER + INTESTINAL ALLWORMER FOR DOGS for dogs is needed to ensure complete worm protection.
The dose of EXELPET™ EZY-DOSE™ MONTHLY HEARTWORMER + INTESTINAL ALLWORMER FOR DOGS is 1 chew per 10 kg bodyweight.
|Weight of Your Dog
|Number of Chews
|10kg or less
|Over 10kg to 20kg
|Over 20kg to 30kg
|Over 30kg to 40kg
|Over 40kg to 50kg
|Dogs over 50kg should receive 1 chew for each additional 10kg weight
EXELPET EZY-DOSE MONTHLY HEARTWORMER + INTESTINAL ALLWORMER FOR DOGS has a wide safety margin and at the recommended dose are suitable for dogs of all breeds including pregnant and breeding bitches, stud dogs and puppies from 6 weeks of age.
Consult your veterinarian to confirm that your dog does not have heartworm before startingadministration of EXELPET™ EZY-DOSE™ MONTHLY HEARTWORMER + INTESTINAL ALLWORMER FOR DOGS.
To provide your dog with ongoing protection from heartworm, treatment must be given every month, preferably on or about the same day. The prevention program may not be effective if a monthly treatment is missed. If the monthly treatment is missed by not longer than 7 days then re-start the programme immediately; if longer than this, contact your veterinarian immediately for advice.
It is important your dog consumes the entire required dose of EXELPET™ EZY-DOSE™ MONTHLY HEARTWORMER + INTESTINAL ALLWORMER FOR DOGS. If the full monthly dose is not given, then your dog may be at risk from heartworm infestation.
For pregnant bitches, treat with EXELPET™ EZY-DOSE™ MONTHLY HEARTWORMER + INTESTINAL ALLWORMER FOR DOGS at mating and before whelping, in addition to regular monthly treatment.
Fleas are intermediate hosts for tapeworm (Dipylidium caninum). Effective flea control will reduce the incidence of tapeworm.
If poisoning occurs, contact a doctor or the Poisons Information Centre. Phone Australia 131126.