Bob Martin Clear 3in1 Flavoured Wormer Tablets for Dogs – Pack of 2
- **PLEASE NOTE: Packaging may vary**
- Provides effective treatment against: Roundworms, Tapeworms, Hookworms, Whipworms
- Beef flavoured
- Give 1 tablet per 10kg (22lbs) in bodyweight
- Not suitable for dogs weighing less than 3kg
- Pack containing 2 tablets – which are scored in half to enable all range of dog weights to be treated
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Bob Martin Clear 3 in 1 Flavoured Wormer 150/144/50 mg Tablets for Dogs
Worms in dogs and puppies are very common, and whilst they might be a concern to owners, they do not usually have serious consequences and are easy to treat. If not treated, worms can cause diarrhoea or vomiting, weight loss despite a good appetite and weakness. Bob Martin Clear All in One Wormer Tablets for dogs and puppies is a highly effective treatment for roundworm, tapeworm, whipworm and hookworm to keep your dog happy, healthy and worm free. Worming should be done regularly regardless of symptoms as a preventive measure.
How to Use
Puppies and Small Dogs:
3-5 kg bodyweight = ½ tablet
5-10 kg bodyweight =1 tablet
10-15 kg bodyweight = 1 ½ tablets
15-20 kg bodyweight = 2 tablets
Ingredients: Each tablet contains 150mg Febantel, 144mg Pyrantel Embonate and 50 mg Praziquantel.
Not intended for use in puppies less than 3kg and under 2 weeks of age.
Do not use in pregnant bitches.
Do not use simultaneously with other worming products.
In case of suspected heavy roundworm infestation, please contact your vet for diagnosis and treatment recommendation.
Vets recommend that weaned puppies and adult dogs be wormed every 3 months as a routine measure. Dogs may become infected with worms by eating insects (including fleas and lice), birds, small rodents, rabbits or raw offal from affected sheep, goats and cattle.
Dogs will continue to be re-infected unless the route of infection is controlled e.g. treating a flea infestation or preventing a dog from scavenging or hunting.
To prevent Echinococcus multilocularis establishing in the UK and Ireland, dogs entering the country must be treated with a product containing praziquantel.