Fenbendazole, a broad-spectrum parasiticide, is included in Panacur C Canine Dewormer. It works to prevent and treat illnesses caused by roundworms, hookworms, whipworms, and tapeworms. Veterinarians often prescribe it for the treatment of various parasite illnesses.
Who is Panacur C Canine Dewormer for?
Dogs must be 6 weeks or older.
Why use Panacur C Canine Dewormer?
Panacur C Dewormer effectively treats and manages many types of work infection, such as: Roundworms (Toxocara canis) Hookworms (Ancylostoma caninum) Whipworms (Trichuris vulpis) Tapeworms (Dipylidium caninum)
How does Panacur C Canine Dewormer work?
Fenbendazole is the active component of Panacur C Dewormer. The cells of some gastrointestinal parasites are damaged by this powerful component. It attaches to proteins in the parasite that are important for cellular transport, reducing the parasite's capacity to live in the host's body. As a consequence, deworming is completed successfully.
Merck Animal Health
Fenbendazole Granules 22.2%
How is Panacur C Canine Dewormer sold?
3- 1 gram packets per package 3- 2 gram packets per package 3- 4 gram packets per package
What are the side effects of Panacur C Canine Dewormer?
Loose stools and vomiting are noted in 1% of dogs treated with this medication.
What special precautions are there?
Prevent parasite contraction in humans by ensuring good personal hygiene. Make sure your dog doesn't encounter a flea infestation while being treated with this product. To prevent reinfection, prevent your dog from consuming rodents, uncooked meat, and uncooked fish, and be sure to dispose of his or her stools daily.
If overdose occurs, please contact your local pet hospital or emergency pet clinic immediately. You may also contact Merck Animal Health Pharmacovigilance: Companion Animal Technical Services, 800-224-5318.
How can I store Panacur C Canine Dewormer?
Store product between the temperatures of 15°-30°C (59°-86°F)
Deworming is suggested every two years for dogs aged six weeks and above. Puppies are typically dewormed at six, eight, ten, and twelve weeks of age, with the mother being treated with her puppies. The administration schedule will be determined by your dog's activity level and the area he or she lives in. Dogs usually require three daily treatments. Deworming necessitates the assistance of a veterinarian for long-term management, treatment, prescription, and diagnosis.
To make mixing simpler, moisten the meal. Make sure the dog gets the entire dose. Combine with a tiny amount of your pet's regular food to administer. If your dog's weight is in the middle of a dose size, go with the larger dose. To ensure proper dose, weigh the dog before using. Treat the dog for three days in a row. The daily dosage is determined by the size of the package. The total daily dose is 22.7 milligrams per pound of body weight. Only use on pups older than 6 weeks. Dosing Recommendations for Puppies and Dogs: 10 Lbs and Under: 1 Gram Daily 11 - 20 Lbs: 2 Grams Daily 21 - 30 Lbs: 1 + 2 Grams Daily 31 - 40 Lbs: 4 Grams Daily 41 - 50 Lbs: 1 + 4 Grams Daily 51 - 60 Lbs: 2 + 4 Grams Daily 61 - 80 Lbs: 4 + 2 Grams Daily 80 Lbs or More: Administer an appropriate combination of doses for your pet's specific weight