Worms can be a big problem, but they don’t need to be. Our cats and dogs pick up parasites in all kinds of places, and you might not even know they’ve got intestinal worms. With intestinal worms posing a health risk to your pet – and even potentially to you – it’s important to pick a deworming treatment you can rely on.
Drontal worming tablets work fast to fight intestinal worms, like roundworms and tapeworms in cats. Regular treatment at least every 3 months will help your pet combat worms and help keep him happy and healthy.
Dosage and How to give
Dosage: For routine control, adult cats should be treated every three months, and in the event of a heavy roundworm infestation, a repeat dose should be given after 14 days:
2 kg body mass – 0.5 Tablet
4 kg body mass – 1 Tablet
6 kg body mass – 1.5 Tablets
8 kg body mass – 2 Tablets
Drontal Worming Tablets for Cats is suitable for use on kittens over six weeks old and lactating queens, but should not be used during pregnancy.
To avoid worms reaching maturity and affecting your pet’s health, and to reduce public health risks, you should worm your pet regularly. Worming at least every three months with Drontal will reduce this risk.
How to give your cat a Drontal
Put the tablet directly into your cat’s mouth, towards the back of the tongue if you can.
Put the tablet into your cat’s food or a treat.
Containing the active ingredients Praziquantel 20mg and Pyrantel Embonate 230mg, Drontal Worming Tablets for Cats is administered orally either directly to your cat or mixed with feed.