Paragard Allwormer For Dogs
What is Paragard for Dogs?
Paragard Allwormer for Dogs is an oral, chewable tablet created to fight and prevent worm infections in dogs. Containing Praziquantel and Oxibendazole, this medication targets almost all most common intestinal worms and is one of Australia’s pet owners' favourite wormers. Liver-flavoured to make it more palatable so you can feed it to your dog on its own as a tasty treat or mix it in at mealtime.
What worms does Paragard Wormer for Dogs treat?
Paragard Allwormer has been formulated to prevent and treat existing infestations of roundworms, hookworms, whipworms and tapeworms. While these are the most common gastro-intestinal types of worms in Australia, you should consider also using a heartwormer to protect your dog against these potentially fatal parasites.
How effective is Paragard for Dogs?
When administered as prescribed, Paragard Wormer for Dogs is extremely effective in preventing and freeing your dog from the most common types of intestinal worms in Australia. Paragard has a broad-spectrum, long-lasting agency against intestinal worms and tapeworms. For a more complete protection, we recommend you also treat your dog with a flea and tick product.
How long does it take for Paragard for dogs to start working?
Paragard Allwormer active ingredients are fast-acting and start working as soon as your dog ingests the tablet. If any worms were present, they might be visible in your pet’s droppings for up to 48 hours after treatment.
How much Paragard Wormer for dogs do I give my dog?
The right amount of Paragard Allwormer to give your dog depends on your pet’s weight and the product you have purchased. We currently stock the medium and large dogs packages for gods up to 10kg and 20kg, respectively.
How often should I give Paragard Allwormer to my dog?
If you have a puppy, administer the right amount of Paragard Allwormer for their body weight at 2, 4, 8 and 12 weeks of age. After that, treat like an adult dog, which should be given Paragard Wormer for Dogs every 3 months, unless your veterinarian recommended a different frequency.