Direction for Use
- Popantel All Wormer tablets provide total protection from intestinal parasites in cats. These tablets are easy to administer.
- Dosage of tablets depends on body weight of cats. A single dose of tablet treats kittens above two weeks of age and older
- Either mix it with food or give it orally.
Before administrating any dosage in cats, it is important to weigh them as dosage depends on the body weight.
- Administer a single dose of Popantel by mouth. Always prefer to give it on empty stomach.
- One tablet is standard for 11lbs of weight.
- Half a tablet treats cats and kittens of 5lbs and under.
- One tablet treats cats of 6 -11lbs of bodyweight.
- An effective infestation treatment and management includes deworming kitten every 2 weeks from 2 weeks onwards until 12 weeks, monthly from 3 months until 6 months then every 3 months as an adult cat.
- For pregnant and lactating queens, treat prior to mating, 10 days before kittening, and 2 and 4 weeks after kittening.
- Popantel ensures easy administration in fussy cats, due to its unique and palatable taste.
- A single dose of tablet is efficient in providing total control over gastrointestinal worms.
- Each Popantel tablet is scored so that it is easy to break and divide into different dosages for weaned and smaller cats.
Popantel All Wormer is safe for all sizes and breeds of cats.
It forms the best combination with treatments like vaccination, heartworm prevention, and flea tick treatment.
Do not administer Popantel in kittens less than 2 weeks of age. Also, avoid giving to animals allergic to ingredients present in Popantel.
Popantel is not effective in treating heartworms.
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