Drontal Oral Suspension for Puppies

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We can only legally dispense one year's worth of this product per one registered pet.

You should carefully read all product packaging and labels prior to use.

This product should not be used for pregnant and lactating bitches.

Do not use simultaneously with compounds containing piperazine.

Drontal Oral Suspension is a pale red suspension for oral administration to puppies and young dogs.

Unweaned puppies are hardly ever infected with tapeworms, but they are particularly at risk from roundworms, transmitted both via their mother's milk and from other pups in the litter. That's why puppies should be wormed every fortnight, up to 12 weeks of age. And with its highly palatable, easily administered liquid formulation, Drontal Puppy Suspension is ideal.

The dose is 1ml suspension per kg bodyweight. Once opened, use within 12 weeks.

Dosage - Administration orally. The product may be given directly to the puppy or mixed with their feed. No special dietary measures are necessary.

It is recommended that treatment should be started at 2 weeks of age and should be performed repeatedly at suitable intervals (for example every two weeks) until weaning.

Animal registration required Like you, we care about the wellbeing of your pets. It is therefore essential to register them individually with Animed Direct so that our Registered Qualified Persons (RQPs) can ensure all prescribed and restricted products are being purchased for the correct species according to weight and size.
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We understand that there are essential items which you need to purchase for your pet on a regular basis, such as food and medication. So to make life easier, you can set up a Scheduled Order with Animed Direct and we’ll schedule the order to repeat automatically for you at a frequency of your choosing.
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PLEASE NOTE: We can only legally dispense one year's worth of this product per one registered pet.

Drontal Oral Suspension is for the treatment and control of roundworms in puppies and young dogs up to one year of age.