EACH TABLET CONTAINS: PYRANTEL EMBONATE 143mg, OXANTEL EMBONATE 543mg and PRAZIQUANTEL 50mg.
EXELPET™ INTESTINAL ALL-WORMER is given as a single dose by mouth. Fasting prior to dosing is NOT necessary.
IT IS ESSENTIAL TO WEIGH DOGS BEFORE TREATMENT.
Your dog will readily accept these tasty chews offered by hand. Break the chew into pieces for dogs that normally swallow treats whole as chewing should be encouraged. Fasting, purging, or the use of special diets prior to dosing is not necessary. To avoid underdosing and to ensure the worming treatment is effective, it is essential to weigh your dog accurately and dose according to bodyweight.
|2.6 - 5.0kg||1/2|
|5.1 - 10.0kg||1|
|Over 10kg||1 tablet for every 10kg bodyweight|
We recommend regular treatment to keep your pet free from potentially dangerous worms. EXELPET™ INTESTINAL ALL-WORMER may be combined with other treatments such as heartworm prevention, flea or tick treatments.
The tablets may be administered by holding your dog’s jaw open, tilting the head back and pushing the tablet right over the back of the tongue; then hold the mouth closed and rub the throat until the tablet is swallowed. Some dogs will accept the tablets concealed in food.
Dogs can be reinfested with worms from other pets or from their surroundings, therefore treatment should be repeated regularly. Follow the treatment frequency recommendations in the following table and worm all your pets at the same time to maximise protection.
|Puppies to 12 Weeks of Age||Puppies & Dogs From 12 Weeks of Age||Pregnant Bitches|
Treat at 2, 4, 8 and 12 weeks for:
Treat every 6 weeks for:
Treat every 3 months for:
|Treat at mating, before whelping and then every 3 months.|
This treatment kills worms present in the gut, at the time of treatment. Immature hookworms in the migratory stage may not be affected. In specific cases where infestation is particularly heavy or many dogs are housed together more frequent treatment may be required. If worm problems persist, consult a veterinarian.
If poisoning occurs, contact a doctor or the Poisons Information Centre. Phone Australia 131126.
APVMA Approval No.: 52029/2[3/4]/0507