Panacur C – three 4 Gram Packages
What is Panacur C?
Panacur C (fenbendazole) is a broad-spectrum parasiticide used to treat hookworms, roundworms, tapeworms, and whipworms in dogs. It is also used by veterinarians to treat other parasites.
For: Dogs (6 weeks of age or older)
Benefits: Can be added to food FDA-approved for use in dogs Side effects are rare How does Panacur C work? Fenbendazole is a member of the benzimidazole group of anti-parasite medications which makes it a relatively broad-spectrum medication. It binds to parasitic proteins which leads to damaging the integrity and the transport function of cells in parasites.
Cautions: Side effects are rare, but may include loose stools. Since humans can contract roundworms, hookworms, and tapeworms from pets, it’s important to maintain good personal hygiene. It’s also important to eliminate fleas and to not feed your pet uncooked meat or fish. To prevent re-infection, clean up stools on a daily basis.
Brand Name: Panacur C (Intervet)
Generic Name: Fenbendazole (fen-ben’-da-zole) What is the most important thing I should know about Panacur C? Fenbendazole is an anthelminthic (dewormer) used in the treatment of certain types of roundworm, hookworm, whipworm and tapeworm infections in dogs.
How should Panacur C be given? Fenbendazole is FDA approved for use in dogs only. The usual dose for dogs, based on weight using the chart below, is given once a day for 3 consecutive days. The medication can be mixed with a small amount of your pet’s usual food. Dry dog food may require slight moistening to allow for proper mixing. Medicated food must be fully consumed to be effective.
What are the potential side effects of Panacur C? Side effects of fenbendazole are rare but may include loose stools.
What should I avoid while giving Panacur C? This medication should not be used in animals allergic to it. Because humans can contract roundworm, hookworm and tapeworm from pets, it is important to maintain good personal hygiene. It is also important to eliminate fleas on the pet and in the household and to not feed the pet rodents or uncooked meat or fish. To prevent reinfection, a daily cleanup of stools is recommended.
What happens if I overdose my pet? Contact your veterinarian or veterinary emergency room.
How should I store Panacur C? Store this medication at controlled room temperature (59-86F).