Safe-Guard Canine Dewormer controls and treats whipworms (Trichuris vulpis), hookworms (Uncinaria stenocephala) and Ancylostoma caninum), roundworms (Toxascaris leonina and Toxocara canis) and tapeworms (Taenia pisiformis).
Who is Safe-Guard Canine Dewormer for?
Why use Safe-Guard Canine Dewormer?
Whipworms, hookworms, and roundworms are all controlled with Safe-Guard Canine Dewormer.
How does Safe-Guard Canine Dewormer work?
Safeguard deworms and treats more species of worms than any other over-the-counter dewormer.
Merck Animal Health.
How is Safe-Guard Canine Dewormer sold?
1mg, 2mg, or 4mg
What are the side effects of Safe-Guard Canine Dewormer?
There are no currently known side effects from this product.
What special precautions are there?
Re-dose daily for 3 consecutive days. If your pet eats dry food, you may need to moisten it for easier mixing. Ensure that your dog consumes all of his or her medicated food. Combine your pet's daily dose with a little bit of his or her usual food. This medication is the only broad-spectrum canine dewormer without any contraindications or warnings.
Contact the closest veternarian or animal hospital. You can also call, Merck Animal Health Pharmacovigilance: Companion Animal Technical Services, 800-224-5318.
How can I store Safe-Guard Canine Dewormer?
Keep product stored in a dry and cool environment.
Certain cases will require once-monthly application. Administer 1 gram per 10 lbs of body weight by mixing with your pet's usual food for 3 consecutive days. For instance, for a 10-lb dog, you'll administer 3 packets - 1 daily. If your dog is over 6 months old, they should receive twice-yearly deworming.