Beaphar Worming Cream contains piperazine citrate, and can be given directly into the mouth or mixed with a little food.
Beaphar Worming Cream is effective against roundworms and is ideal for treating whole litters of kittens and puppies from 2 weeks of age, and their mother. Also suitable for older cats and dogs that will not take tablets. Supplied in an easy-to-use graduated syringe.
Manufacturers recommendations for use:
The syringe is marked with guidelines. Each graduation of the syringe will dispense the correct amount of Beaphar Worming Cream for 1kg of bodyweight.
Weigh your kitten, cat, puppy or dog carefully to calculate the correct dose.
Give 1 graduation of Beaphar Worming Cream per 1kg of bodyweight.
1. Remove the plastic cap on the end of the syringe.
2. Administer the required volume of Beaphar Worming Cream by depressing the plunger past the required number of graduations according to the weight of your pet.
Beaphar Worming Cream can be administered in the following ways:
• Dabbing the required amount onto the nose or mouth, from where the animal will lick it off
• Given on a biscuit or added to a small amount of the animal’s daily meal (give the remainder afterwards to make sure that all the Worming Cream has been taken)
• Administered directly into the mouth
In multi-cat or multi-pet households be sure to treat your pets separately when administering in food.
Kittens and puppies: Treat at 2 weeks of age and retreat every two weeks until they are 12 weeks old, thereafter they can be treated at three monthly intervals.
Nursing queens and bitches: Treat at the same time and as frequently as their kittens and puppies until weaning.
Adult cats and dogs: Treat every three months.
Do not exceed the stated dose. In the event of an overdose keep the animal warm and seek immediate veterinary advice.
Do not use in kittens and puppies under 2 weeks of age. Do not use simultaneously with any other worming products. Do not use in sick or convalescent animals. Do not use in pregnant queens or bitches. Consult your veterinary surgeon before treating cats or dogs with a history of epilepsy or renal dysfunction. If signs of disease persist or appear, always consult your veterinary surgeon. In case of accidental human ingestion, drink plenty of water, seek medical advice and show the packet or leaflet to the doctor. Should accidental eye contact occur, rinse immediately with clean, fresh water and seek medical advice if irritation persists. Wash hands after administration of tablets. KEEP OUT OF REACH OF CHILDREN. For animal treatment only.