Panacur Small Animal 10% Suspension
Panacur Small Animal 10% Suspension is a broad spectrum wormer for the treatment of roundworms, tapeworms and lungworms in dogs, cats, puppies and kittens.
It is supplied in 100ml bottles of oral suspension.
Routine treatment of adult cats and dogs:
1ml per 1kg bodyweight as a single oral dose (= 100 mg fenbendazole/kg bodyweight).
Practical dosage recommendations:
2 to 4 kg - 4 ml
4 to 8 kg - 8 ml
8 to 16 kg - 16 ml
16 to 24 kg - 24 ml
24 to 32 kg - 32 ml
32 to 64 kg - 64 ml
For dogs weighing over 64 kg, an extra 1ml is required for each additional 1kg bodyweight.
The dose should be mixed with feed, or administered orally directly after feeding.
Treatment should be repeated when natural reinfestation with parasitic worms occurs. Routine treatment of adult animals with minimal exposure to infection is advisable 2 to 4 times per year. More frequent treatment at 6 to 8 weekly intervals is advisable for dogs in kennels.
We offer a range of delivery options:
Our standard delivery is free by Royal Mail 2nd Class - there are some exceptions and you can see these on our Delivery page. These include refridgerated items and aerosols which have to be sent via our Next Day Courier service.
We also offer delivery by Royal Mail 1st Class or a Next Day Courier service for a small fee (for items in stock ordered before 12pm Monday to Friday - excludes Saturday delivery).
Orders under £20 have a £2.50 handling fee automatically added.
Food deliveries weighing 2kg and over ordered before 12pm (Monday to Thursday) will be delivered next working day by courier - Monday to Friday - excludes Saturday delivery. Orders placed on a Friday, Saturday and Sunday will be delivered on a Tuesday. Orders weighing over 6kg are sent free.
For more information, view our Delivery and Returns page.
Feedback for Panacur Small Animal 10% Suspension has been compiled from 161 customer reviews
Used before, Excellent product and easy to administer to young puppies (Syringe fed), far easier than using the granules and seems to work really well.
Cats didn't like the taste and wouldn't drink within milk or food, had to resort to needle less syringe so bit messy with some of the cats. No side effects shown which is good. Can anything be done to improve taste?
Advised by her breeder to worm my puppy with Panacur Oral Suspension. Instructions say to put on her food Was a bit dubious that she would eat her food with this on it as she is a bit picky as to whether she'll eat or not. Measured correct amount of wormer and mixed it with half the amount of food she normally has. She woofed it all up! When I gave her the other half of her food she looked at me and walked away. Obviously didn't taste as good without the wormer!
Liquid suspension, easy to administer as it comes with a syringe so on the dogs food or straight down the throat.
This is very hard to rate, because I only tried it once, and the circumstances are unusual. I'm sure it's a good product. The Fox Project recommended the dosage of de-wormer (Panacur 10%) that I put in my regular fox-visitor food for three nights. I mixed it with a generous two portions of food on the first evening, and for the first time, he/they (--sometimes it's one fox, sometimes two--) left half of one of the dishes of food; he obviously did not like the taste. I decided not to use it again, as I think the fox needs the food more than he does the de-wormer. I shall try to find a pet-owner to give them the almost unused bottle.
Bought panacur to worm our small dog , Whole bottle cost less than what the local vet wanted for one dose. Delivery was made within a few days and it was a quick and easy transaction
A fussy dog licked his food bowl after eating his tea and wormer, excellent stress free way to worm difficult dogs.
I asked my vets what I needed who was quite happy to inform me about what I needed to order it was half the price if vets so happy cystine will use again