Deworming is essential should your cat get harmful internal parasites. Dewormers are toxic chemicals, so side effects to these treatments can occur. They often manifest within 24 hours. Pet owners should be on the lookout for a variety of issues.
of How to Deworm Cats was reviewed by on January 1, 2017.
Excel Roundworm Cat De-Wormer effectively removes Roundworms in cats & kittens over 6 weeks of age. This easy to feed, tasty liquid can be fed directly or added to food for easy administration.
Bayer Tapeworm Dewormer Tablets for Cats
Tapeworm Dewormer Tablets for cats or dogs will remove common tapeworms.
Cat tablet contains 23 mg praziquantel. Directions: Cats 4 lbs and under - 1/2 tablet; 5-11 lbs - 1 tablet; over 11 lbs - 1-1/2 tablets.
Dog tablet contains 34 mg praziquantel. Directions: Dogs 5 lbs and under - 1/2 tablet; 6-10 lbs - 1 tablet; 11-15 lbs - 1-1/2 tablets; 16-30 lbs - 2 tablets; 31-45 lbs - 3 tablets; 46-60 lbs - 4 tablets; over 60 lbs - 5 tablets.
Not intended for use in kittens less than 6 weeks of age or puppies less than 4 weeks of age. Consult veterinarian before administering to weak or debilitated animals.
Excel Roundworm Treatment Cat Dewormer
Several have added ingredients that make them effective against intestinal worms as well as heartworms. Deworming medications are available as tablets, capsules, granules, chewables, liquids, and topicals.Puppies and kittens started on heartworm medications that contain intestinal wormers do not need to be dewormed every 2 weeks. No heartworm medications are effective against tapeworms, which puppies and kittens get from fleas. Either protect them with flea medications or deworm for tapeworms every 3 months.Pregnant pets can be dewormed through pregnancy and during whelping. This decreases the number of worms that can be passed to the young. Unfortunately, deworming medication does not kill hookworms and roundworms that remain hiding (encysted) within the mother's muscle tissues.Profender is the first-ever, topical dewormer used to treat and control intestinal parasites in cats, such as hookworms, tapeworms and roundworms. Not only is Profender easy to use, safe and effective, it also works in a single-dose capacity so there is no need for that pesky second dose! Profender requires a prescription from your veterinarian.