Kiwof Cat Dewormer Chewable Tablets (4 Tablets)
Savavet Kiwof Dewormer helps to control infestation of all kinds of worms such as tapeworms, roundworms and hookworms. The medicine is safe and is gentle on the system of your cat. The tablet is easy to chew. It can also be mixed with food and fed in disguise. Also, the feline doesn’t need to be starved either before or after the treatment.
Kiwof is indicated for the treatment of Roundworms, Hookworms and Tapeworms in cats.
DOSAGE AND ADMINISTRATION:
The recommended dose rates are 57.5 mg/kg Pyrantel Pamoate and 5 mg/kg Praziquantel. This is equivalent to 1 tablet per 4 kg (9 lbs) body weight. The tablet should be given directly but if necessary can be disguised in food. Kiwof Tablets may be given directly by mouth or offered in a small amount of food. Do not withhold food from the cat prior to or after treatment. The tablets are scored into halves to enable a range of weights to be treated.
- 2 kg bodyweight – ½ tablet
- 2.1 to 4 kg bodyweight – 1 tablet
- 4 to 6 kg bodyweight – 1 ½ tablet
** Not intended for use in kittens less than 6 weeks of age.
- Kittens: Treat at 6,8,10 and 12 weeks and then a monthly until 6 months of age, after that every 3 months or on veterinary advice.
- Lactating queens: Should be treated concurrently with kittens.
- Adults: Treat every 3 months or on veterinary advice.
CONTRAINDICATIONS, WARNINGS, ETC:
- Do not use in pregnancy.
- Not intended for use in kittens less than 6 weeks of age.
- Do not use simultaneously with piperazine compounds.
- In the interests of good hygiene, persons administering the tablets directly to the cat, or by adding them to the cat’s food, should wash their hands afterwards.
- For animal treatment only.
- KEEP OUT OF REACH OF CHILDREN
- Do not remove tablets from strip packing until required for use. Any part used tablets should be discarded.
Cats treated with 10 times the highest recommended dose have reported signs of vomiting and salivation without other adverse effects. A temporary loss in appetite and loose stools have been reported in some cats.
Disposal of any empty packaging and remaining product in the household refuse.
In order to reduce the risk of re-infestation with the tapeworm Dipylidium caninum, appropriate control measures for the flea intermediate host should be undertaken. The product has been shown to be efficacious in the control of the tapeworm Joyeauxiella pasqualei, and is effective against Echinococcus multilocularis.
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