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Cestem Small/Medium Dog Wormer Flavoured Tablet

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Manufacturer: Ceva


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Cestem Flavoured Tablet for Small & Medium Dogs is a yellow brown divisible tablet containing 150mg febantel, 50mg pyrantel and 50mg praziquantel with liver flavouring for the control of the following; Roundworms, Ascarids, Hookworms, Whipworms and Tapeworms

For oral administration only. The tablets can be given directly to the dog or disguised in food. No starvation is needed before or after treatment. One tablet is required per 10kg.

For dogs weighing over 17.5kg use Cestem for Large Dogs.

For routine worm control adult dogs should be treated every 3 months. In the event of heavy roundworm infestation a repeat dose should be given after 14 days.

Use 1 Cestem tablet per 10Kg of body weight.

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Reviews Overall rating: (4 of 5)

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Stuart Rowbottom

Easy to use. Seemed to do the trick. Delivery to Germany was quick.

Jenny Callaghan

My dog was happy to eat this and it seemed to do what it's supposed to.

Amanda Hawkins

Excellent value, no problems with it, dog ate it and no tummy trouble!

Anne Harris

I have 3 dogs and only one of them will eat them as they are,the other two have to have them wrapped in cheese so they look like a ball.Wrapped in meat they just eat the meat and spit out the tablet,even a square of cheese with a slit put in the side for the tablet gets spat out. Not just Cestem but Drontal also get treated the same way.My dogs are just too clever for me,i never win the battle without my ball of cheese.

Linda Campbell

My dog is very fussy about food but took the first dose with no problems. The next time his worming was due he would not touch it. I had to put raspberry ice cream on it to make him eat it! Perhaps he has worked out that he will get a treat if he refuses!! He has had no signs of worms and I will continue to use them.

Michelle Pryor

Tablets fairly big and can be hard to disguise for fussy eaters. Does the job at a good price.