Drontal Cat Worming Tablet  x 1

Drontal Cat Worming Tablet x 1

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Drontal Cat Worming Tablet

Drontal Cat Worming Tablets works with a single dose and kills all the common intestinal worms found in cats in the UK. For the treatment of gastrointestinal roundworms and tapeworms of cats.


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Drontal Cat Worming Tablet

Drontal Cat Tablets


For routine control, adult cats should be treated every 3 months. For routine treatment a single dose is recommended.
 

See dosage chart below for examples:

  • Up to 2 kg: 0.5 Drontal Cat Tablets
  • 2-4kg: 1 Drontal Cat Tablets
  • 4-6kg: 1.5 Drontal Cat Tablets

For cats weighing over 6kg, please use Drontal Cat XL Tablets

Administration and Duration of Treatment:

For single oral administration. The tablets should be given directly to the animal, but if necessary can be disguised in food.


Use During Pregnancy and Lactation:

Not to be used during pregnancy but may be used during lactation.


How often should I use Drontal?

It is advised that an adult dog or cat should be treated for worms four times a year. There may be specific instances however where a regime of more frequent worming treatment is desirable. These would include the worming of puppies and kittens, hunting cats which eat mice, and dogs and cats which experience repeated flea problems. Fleas should be controlled by the use of an effective product such as Effipro Spot-on or Spray


Dosage

The recommended dose rate is one Drontal Cat Tablet per 4 kg bodyweight

For single oral administration. The tablets should be given directly to the animal, but if necessary can be disguised in food.

You should worm your pet regularly to avoid worms affecting your pet'shealth and to reduce public health risk. Worming at least every threemonths is recommended to reduce this risk or alternatively, ask your vetto advise you on a specific worming routine for your pet.

Flea control is also essential at the same time as worming. Fleas are often infected with the larvae of the Flea Tapeworm, which can be transferredto your cat during grooming. A spot-on treatment such as Effipro or Frontline is one of the easiest ways to protect your cat but you may also need to use a household spray such as Vetkem Accaim or Indorex that kills flea eggs and larvae in your pet's surroundings to effectively break the flea lifecycle.

Warnings

Not to be used during pregnancy but may be used during lactation.


Not intended for use in kittens less than 6 weeks of age.

Do not use simultaneously with piperazine compounds.

In the interests of good hygiene, persons administering the tabletsdirectly to a cat, or by adding them to the cats food, shouldwash their hands afterwards.

Keep out of the reach of children