- Treats and controls tapeworms, roundworms, hookworms, and whipworms
- Easily mixes into food
- Safe dewormer for pregnant dogs
- Effective for up to 6 months
- Fenbendazole powder for dogs
Safe-Guard® Canine Dewormer treats and helps control tapeworms, roundworms, hookworms, and whipworms. The dog-friendly flavor easily mixes into your dog's daily diet. This three-day treatment is effective for up to six months and is safe for dogs six weeks and older and those that are pregnant. Safe-Guard® dewormer for dogs is available in packs of three one-, two-, or four-gram pouches based on your dog's weight. For help determining the correct dosage for your dog, refer to the instructions tab.
IMPORTANT SAFETY INFORMATION: Consult your veterinarian for assistance in the diagnosis, treatment, and control of parasitism. Dogs over six months of age should be dewormed at least twice a year with Safe-Guard® Canine Dewormer. For puppies younger than six months, see the Safe-Guard® dog dewormer product label. Approximately 1% of dogs had vomiting associated with the use of this product.
Adverse Reactions: In U.S. clinical studies, 3 of 240 dogs had vomiting associated with use.
Storage: Store at controlled room temperature 68° to 77°F
To reach the correct daily dosage, you may need to combine two different packet sizes, depending on the weight of your dog.
Dog Weight vs Pouch/Pouches Size:
10 lb: 1 gram
11-20 lb: 2 grams
21-30 lb: 3 grams
31-40 lb: 4 grams
41-50 lb: 5 grams
51-60 lb: 6 grams
61-80 lb: 8 grams
Over 80 lb: Combine pouches to obtain recommended daily dosage.
Recommended Deworming Schedule: Schedule may vary depending on your climate and the activity of your dog, but as a general guideline weaned puppies (6-8 weeks of age) should be dewormed at 6, 8, 10 and 12 weeks of age. Treat the dam at the same time as the puppies. Dogs over 6 months of age should be dewormed at least twice a year.