PetMeds Dog Worms 3 is an FDA-approved broad spectrum de-wormer for dogs and puppies. It is the most comprehensive OTC (no prescription required) de-wormer on the market, and is used to safely control and treat the three most common worms in dogs: roundworms, hookworms, and tapeworms. The chewable tablets are pork liver flavored, and 2 count and 12 count packages are available.
For: Dogs (12 weeks of age or older)
Protects your pooch by controlling and treating the most common canine intestinal worms such as roundworms, hookworms, tapeworms.
Comes in easy-to-administer pork liver flavored chewable tablet.
Flexible dosage to adapt to pet size.
Safe and effective.
Made in the USA
How it works:
Each Dog Worms 3 chewable tablet contains pyrantel pamoate and praziquantel. Pyrantel pamoate causes the parasite to lose grip of the intestinal wall, which makes it pass out of the system naturally. Praziquantel damages the parasite's skin internally, so the parasite disintegrates and is removed by your dog's immune system.
The safety of Dog Worms 3 in breeding dogs and pregnant bitches has not been determined.
Brand Name Dog Worms 3
For small dogs: Pyrantel Pamoate (30mg), Praziquantel (30mg)
For medium to large dogs: Pyrantel Pamoate (114mg), Praziquantel (114mg)
What is this product used for: Dog Worms 3 chewable tablets are used for the treatment and control of roundworms (T. canis and T. leonine): hookworms (A. caninum, A. braziliense, U. stenocephala): and tapeworms (D. caninum, T. pisiformis) in dogs and puppies 12 weeks of age and older and weighing 6 lbs or more.
Availability: Dog Worms 3 is a non-prescription (OTC) product available as pork liver flavored chewable tablets in strengths for small dogs (6-25 lbs) and medium to large dogs (Over 25 lbs).
How this product should be used:
The usual dose of Dog Worms 3 for Small Dogs and Puppies weighing 6.0-12.0 lbs is 1 tablet. For dogs and puppies weighing 12.1-25 lbs give 2 tablets. Give tablets as a single dose.
For dogs weighing more than 25 lbs use the 114mg size. The usual dose of Dog Worms 3 for Medium and large dogs weighing 25.1-50 lbs is 1 tablet.
For dogs 50.1-100lbs give 2 tablets, for dogs 100.1-150 lbs give 3 tablets and for dogs 150.1-200 lbs give 4 tablets. Give tablets as a single dose.
Offer the proper dosage by hand or in the dog's food container, with or without food. Do not withhold food from your dog prior to or after treatment.
What are the side effects: Side effects that may occur can include vomiting, loose stools (with or without blood) and decreased activity following treatment. If you notice these signs, contact a veterinarian.
What special precautions are there: For use in dogs 12 weeks of age and older only. The safety of Dog Worms 3 chewable tablets in breeding dogs and pregnant bitches has not been determined. Consult your veterinarian for assistance in the diagnosis, treatment and control of parasitism. In case of ingestion by humans, contact a physician immediately. Physicians may contact a Poison Control Center for advice concerning ingestion by humans.
In the event of overdose: Contact your veterinarian or veterinary emergency room. In the event of accidental ingestion by humans, contact a physician immediately.
How should I store this product: Store this product at controlled room temperature (59į-86į F). Keep out of the reach of children and pets.
Dog Worms 3 is to control and treat roundworms, hookworms, and tapeworms in dogs.
Dog Worms 3 for Puppies and Small Dogs is for dogs 6 to 25 lbs.
Dog Worms 3 for Medium and Large Dogs is for dogs greather than 25 lbs.
Give the proper dosage by hand or place in your dog's food container.
Tip: Because humans can contract tapeworms from animals, it is important to
clean up after your pet and to wash your hands thoroughly.
Give 1 tablet (Dog Worms 3 for Puppies & Small Dogs) as a single dose
Give 2 tablets (Dog Worms 3 for Puppies & Small Dogs)as a single dose
Give 1 tablet (Dog Worms 3 for Medium & Large Dogs) as a single dose
Give 2 tablets (Dog Worms 3 for Medium & Large Dogs) as a single dose
Give 3 tablets (Dog Worms 3 for Medium & Large Dogs) as a single dose
Give 4 tablets (Dog Worms 3 for Medium & Large Dogs) as a single dose
Storage: Should be stored at room temperature.
Dog Worms 3 for Small Dogs and Puppies
Active Ingredients (per tablet)
Dog Worms 3 for Medium and Large Dogs
(greater than 25 lbs):
Active Ingredients (per tablet)
Dog Worms 3
I highly recommend Dog Worms 3. It was a safe, quick and effective treatment for tapeworm for my two Boston Terrier mix dogs. I should mention that I tried this product only after two doses of prescription medication from my vet failed to rid my dogs of worms. So, the fact that an over-the-counter, inexpensive product worked so well is amazing! I did have to wrap the pills in cheese, though. The dogs wouldn't eat them otherwise.
Our dogs are worm free
Did what it was supposed to do quickly and efficiently, without breaking the bank.
Dog Worms 3 worked great and I'm very appreciative that I didn't struggle to get my dog to swallow it. It must taste great because my dog ate it and wanted more!
Dog Worms 3
Peanut is doing great. Dog Worms 3 is a great product. It only took 1 dose and she is all better.
This product is the best it work great, it got rid of the tape worms in one day. My Lucy is worms free. Thank PetMed.
my dog is healthy and active but a neighbor's dog has worms, losing weight and not eating. they do not mingle due to fence between them. my dog "male Lab mix about 50 lbs," neighbors dog " female pit bull under 25 lbs. what worm meds (if any) do you recommend?
2 of the reviews claimed to have used it on cats my rescue had 7 white flat noodle like worms come out at once from her i pulled them they tore off the rest went inside they were 5 inches long there is no otc for cats that kills round worm which i think is what he has i think doseage is the reason to not use on cats no one has said anything regarding there long flat noodle like worms coming out of the no rice like things like a tapeworm help
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