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Beaphar Cat Multi Wormer Tablets

(Code: CG133201)

About Beaphar Cat Multi Wormer Tablets

Suitable for cats from 6 months of age, Beaphar Multi Wormer is a complete treatment for the removal of roundworms and tapeworms from your pet's digestive tract.

Each pack contains two types of tablets, pink tablets for the treatment of roundworms and fawn tablets for the treatment of tapeworms, which must be given in 3 doses at weekly intervals. The tablets contained are sufficient for the treatment of a cat weighing up to 5kg (11lb). The tablets may be given whole or crushed and mixed with the cat's food or treats.

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Directions: The treatment consists of three doses which must be given at weekly intervals.
First Dose: Give the appropriate number of pink tablets for the cat's bodyweight.
Second Dose: After one week, give the appropriate number of fawn tablets for the cat's bodyweight.
Third Dose: One week later, give the appropriate number of pink tablets for the cat's bodyweight.

Cats should be treated for worms every 3 months to prevent infestations. Nursing females should be treated for roundworms with Beaphar Worming Syrup.

Do not repeat treatment if vomiting occurs shortly after dosage as whilst use of this product is normally free from side effects, some animals may show a reaction. Consult your veterinary surgeon before treating pregnant animals, and those with a history of epilepsy and renal dysfunction.