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Panacur Wormer Granules 1.8g - From £1.66
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Panacur Wormer Granules 1.8g

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Manufacturer: MSD Animal Health



Panacur Granules Sachets are a ready to administer broad-spectrum oral anthelmintic for dogs, cats, puppies and kittens. Each panacur sachet is a 22% granulate formulation of Fenbendazole; each 1g Panacur Granules contains 0.22g of active ingredient Fenbendazole.

Panacur granules are used in the treatment of gastro-intestitinal roundworms and tapeworms and in puppies and kittens with gastro-intestinal roundworms, and puppies infected with protozoa. Panacur granules are also used in pregnant bitches to reduce prenatal infections of Toxocara canis and their transfer to their pups via the milk.

Administer 100mg Fenbendazole per 1 kg (2.2lbs) bodyweight as a single dose and repeated when natural re-infection of parasitic worms occurs. Routine treatment of adult animals is advisable 2 to 4 times per year.

1.8g sachet contains 0.399g Fenbendazole and treats 4kg (8.8lb) bodyweight as a single dose (2.2 - 4.4kg).

Sachets sold individually

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Reviews (4)

Overall rating: (3.3 of 5)

5 stars: (1)
4 stars: (1)
3 stars: (1)
2 stars: (0)
1 stars: (1)
Jane Purser
January 2022

All five cats scoffed the granules mixed in with Purina's Gourmet Nature's Creations food (lots of gravy in these tins) absolutely no problem. Even the cat whom I'm sure was a food tester for royalty in a previous life as nothing, but nothing, has got past her previously. I'm incredulous. When I mixed the sachets into food I did think some/all of the cats may not eat any/all of the food as the granules when mixed with the gravy looked rather like white cement paste and I thought they'd turn their noses up: not a bit of it, all scoffed and bowls licked clean, hurrah!

Carla Lucas
October 2021

3 out of 5 cats didn't eat the food it was mixed into 1 didn't care but he eats anything 1 ate half :/

Susan Wattis
September 2021

Made my dog ill. Made sure I used the appropriate dose for weight. Dreadful vomiting a few hours after taking it followed by vomiting the next day and worsening diarrhoea over the next few days. Under the vet at the moment and hoping things will settle down soon.

Jennifer Elsdon
January 2016

These granules are great! My cat hates tablets and is impossible to wrap in a towel (she doesn't like being picked up if she can avoid it!) but I'm pretty convinced she couldn't tell this was in her food! Tried the syringe but holding her and trying to squirt it in her mouth was pretty stressful for us both! Took off one star because it was a bit tricky to mix in with the gravy on her wet food, and difficult to know that she got the full dose because she doesn't always eat all of her wet food! This could be my fault though so I've got some treat paste to try mixing it with next time and I'll update with how that goes.