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Used this on my 6 cats and my dog as a preventative as I haven't seen any I diction they have worms but the cats are little hunters! So much easier to mix with food than try give them all tablets! Will definitely buy again!
This product works well, I do as mentioned and mix = amount of probiotic drink for both Pups and Adult dogs it is much easier than on its own as by the looks on the faces its like drinking Whisky for the 1st time if you don't mix it!The puppies I use a syringe the adults drink it out of a bowl.
Speedy delivery, great product. Will be using this again as have large dogs and pups and I foster pooches too. Mixed with wet food and seen results within 24 hrs.
I have used this on my adult dogs & litters, for me the best way to administer it is to mix it in with a flavoured pro biotic drink which they all love, it works for the adults & the pups, much easier than trying to mix it in with their food etc.
as with a previous review I to have successfully treated giardia with this product as well as lung worm. I do not use anything else on my puppies for the first 8-10 weeks to ensure they are covered. I find it easy to administer with a syringe with younger pups. Thanks for the tip on ice cream for old pups and dogs
Have used to successfully treat giardia. No side effects. Have found the best way to administer product is to mix into some smelly wet food otherwise the dogs will try to avoid eating it!!
Cost effective and brilliant if you have a few dogs, or pups or are a breeder would highly recommend.
In response to the review above on getting the dogs to take it easily, all you need to do is mix with a little icecream or similar, mushing the ice cream to a liquid, or try some milk, lactose free if your dogs have a milk allergy. I prefer pancur liquid 10 percent as it is an all round wormer.
My dogs starved themselves for 4 days trying to avoid eating this stuff. In the end I had to syringe it into their mouths but even then, it went everywhere. Both my dogs have been scooting like mad so I'm presuming they didn't swallow enough of it. I wish they'd work on palatability; I can't use it as it is.