Fenbendazole Helmintazole 200 Pet (15 gr) Dewormer
Powder 15g 펜 벤다 졸
Active ingredient: Fenbendazole powder 200 mg/g
Purpose: Dewormer for dog, cats, cattle, sheep, goats, pigs, horses, carnivores, fur animals, chickens, geese, pigeons.
Uses: For the treatment and control of Roundworms (Toxocara Canis, Toxascaris leonina), Hookworms (Ancylostoma caninum, Uncinaria stenocephala), some Tapeworms (Taenia pisiformis), Whipworms (Trichuris vulpis) and Giardia.
Directions: Please see the instruction attached
Human Warning: Keep this and all medication out of the reach of children, veterinary use only.
Safety of use: Consult your veterinarian for diagnosis of the illness.
Storage: In a dry, dark place at a temperature of -5 to 30 ° C.
|Animal type||gr / 10 kg of body mass||Frequency of use|
|Dogs||2,5||Once a day for 3 days|
|Cats||2,5||Once a day for 3 days|
FREQUENTLY ASKED QUESTION
So, the total amount is 100 g, and you give 2.5 for a 10-kilogram animal? What is 2.5 – is it 2g or 25g?
This is a bit confusing. Please help. Thanks.
The table shows data for every 10 kg of animal body weight. I understand that
your question is about the doses used to treat dogs and cats. For an accurate understanding,
Here are the following calculations:
Take, for example, a dog weighing 10 kg.
The dose of a single application is 2.5 grams. The procedure should be repeated three times every 12 hours.
2.5 g x 3 g = 7.5 g of the product that we need for a one-time treatment of one 10-kilogram dog
for ” Helmintazole ”
100g: 7.5 = 13.33 times, one 10-kilogram dog can be treated with 100 grams
For a 5-kilogram dog, the calculation will look like this:
we will need 3.75 grams of the product for a one-time treatment of one 5-kilogram dog;
100: 3 = 26.26 times, one 5-kilogram dog can be treated with 100 grams
For a 50-kilogram dog, the calculation will look like this:
- 5×3 = 37.5 grams of product that we need for one-time treatment of one 50-kilogram dog;
100: 30 = 2.6 times, one 50-kilogram dog can be treated with 100 grams
How do I use the included measuring spoon? Thanks.
On the measuring spoon that is included in the kit, there are 2 labels: 2 ml and 5 ml.
5 ml of the drug weighs about 3 grams, 2.5 ml-1.5 grams, respectively.
For example, if you need to measure 1 gram, you can measure 3 grams first and then divide 3 grams of the drug into 3 equal parts, each of which will be equal to 1 gram. For example, if you need to measure half a gram, then you can measure 1.5 grams, and also divide 1.5 grams of the drug into 3 parts. Each part will contain 0.5 grams of the drug.