Drontal Allwormer Chewables kill every type of intestinal worm found in Australian dogs, including roundworm, hookworm, whipworm and tapeworm.
Drontal not only protects your dog from worms, it also provides protection for the whole family from gastrointestinal parasites.
Your veterinarian can also advise whether your dog needs Drontal Allwormer to control giardia, which causes diarrhoea in dogs.
Your dog won’t need to fast before taking Drontal unlike other wormers. Drontal is so safe it can be used on puppies from 2 weeks old.
It can also be combined with other heartworm prevention and flea or tick treatments such as Advantage for dogs or Advantix for dogs.
Made with real liver, Drontal Chewables are high in flavour, and can be combined with other flea or tick treatments such as Advantage for dogs or Advantix for dogs. With Drontal, worms are no longer a worry for you or your pet.
- Controls 12 Gastrointestinal Worms
- Gentle and effective
- Use on dogs and puppies
- Kills every type of intestinal worm common to Aussie dogs
- Protects family against worms
- Combine with Advantage for Dogs or Advantix for Dogs for greater protection
Drontal Allwormer Chewable for Medium and Large Dogs (up to 35kg)
When it comes to protecting large dogs from roundworm, hookworm, whipworm and tapeworm, you can’t go past Drontal Allwormer Chewable.
A tasty meat-flavoured chews, Drontal chewables offer broad-spectrum control against gastrointestinal worms – especially those most common to Australia.
Using Drontal on a regular basis can also help to protect your family against catching worms from their pets, providing much-needed peace of mind. For dogs between 10-35 kg, we recommend our specially formulated larger dog chews.
Dogs that are over 35kg will need to take a combination of the chews – see the pack for weight and dose guidelines.
You can combine Drontal Allwormer chewables with Advantage for Dogs as well as Advantix for dogs to provide broader protection against heartworm, fleas and ticks.
Drontal does not control heartworm.
Drontal Allwormer Chewable for Small Dogs
Worms are a common problem among pets and in Australia some of the most common worms affecting dogs are roundworm, hookworm, whipworm and tapeworm.
Warning signs that your dog may be suffering from a worm infestation include: loss of appetite, vomiting and diarrhoea.
While worms are common, they are also controllable. With Drontal Allwormer chewables you can protect your dog from common worms in the form of regular, bite-size chews that taste great to dogs.
To determine how many chews to give your dog, as well as the correct treatment plan for their age, see the back of the pack with specific instructions.
Drontal Allwormer Chewables for Puppies
Worms are a common problem among puppies, with symptoms ranging from general loss of appetite, vomiting and diarrhoea to death in more extreme cases.
Keeping your puppy free from worms is, therefore, a top priority – and one that you can achieve with the right treatment plan.
Drontal Allwormer chewables for puppies protect your dog from against all types of worms common to Australia such as hookworms, roundworms and whipworms.
Puppies using Drontal Allwormer chewables need to be treated at 2 weeks of age and then 4, 8 and 12 weeks of age to ensure maximum protection.
From 12 weeks of age, it is safe to treat your puppy every month until 6 months of age and then once every three months.
If whipworm is a problem, it is best to treat your puppy every 6-8 weeks. Drontal does not protect against heartworm.
See the pack for more details.
Directions for Use
Drontal Allwormer for Dogs offers fast and effective control of worms. To treat your dog or puppy, you will first need to determine your pets’ bodyweight and then follow treatment instructions outlined on the pack.
Each dog worming tablet is given as a single dose by mouth.
In addition to treating your dog, it is also a good idea to treat the infected area to prevent a reinfestation.
This includes efforts to reduce environmental contamination by daily disposal of droppings where possible and the control of intermediate hosts such as fleas, rats and mice.
Record treatment date and repeat as required.
Under certain circumstances it is advisable to consult your local veterinarian for treatment advice, including instances where worm problems persist after treatment, heavy infestations or instances when many cats are housed together. Please note: Drontal Allwormer does not control Lungworm.
Harmful if swallowed, irritating to eyes and skin – may cause sensitisation by inhalation and skin contact.
Poisoning by this product is unlikely. If poisoning does occur contact a doctor or Poisons Information Centre. Phone Australia 13 11 26