Drontal Plus is an oral medication specially formulated for medium-sized dogs. It is prescribed by veterinarians to help treat a variety of intestinal worms including tapeworms, hookworms, roundworms, and whipworms. These broad-spectrum chewable tablets are scored for accurate dosing and can be crumbled and mixed into your canine companion’s favorite food for easy administration.
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68 mg Praziquantel, 68 mg Pyrantel base as Pyrantel Pamoate and 340.2 mg Febantel.
Dose varies based on pet's weight. Use according to your veterinarian's instructions. Drontal Plus Tablets have been developed for oral administration. Tablets may be given directly by mouth or offered in a small amount of food.Storage Instructions
Store at or below 77°F. Un-blistered whole and partial tablets should be stored in a tightly sealed container.
Possible Side Effects
Salivation, vomiting, diarrhea, incoordination, and loss of appetite may be observed. Other side effects are possible. Contact your veterinarian immediately if your pet is acting sick after receiving this medication.
Drug & Food Interactions
Always tell your veterinarian about any medications or supplements your pet is taking prior to giving this medication. Do not give Drontal Plus if your pet is already receiving another deworming medication unless directed to by your veterinarian.
Do not give Drontal Plus to puppies under 3 weeks or 2 pounds. Animals who are allergic to any of the active ingredients also should not take Drontal Plus. Do not use Drontal in pregnant or lactating females. Discuss the steps you can take to prevent reinfection and to prevent spread of intestinal parasites to humans in your household with your veterinarian. Strict hygienic precautions should be taken when handling dogs or feces suspected of harboring E. multilocularis. Infected dogs treated for the first time with Drontal Plus Taste Tabs Tablets and dogs treated at intervals greater than 28 days may shed eggs in the feces after treatment. The animal should be held in the clinic during this interval and all feces should be incinerated or autoclaved. If these procedures are not possible, the eggs can be destroyed by soaking the feces in a sodium hypochlorite (bleach) solution of 3.75% or greater. All areas where the animal was maintained or in contact with should be thoroughly cleaned with sodium hypochlorite and allowed to dry completely before reuse.