Treatment and control of roundworm (Toxascaris leonina, Toxacara canis), hookworm (Ancylostoma caninum, Ucinaria stenocephala), whipworm (Trichurisspp) and tapeworm (Dipylidium caninum, Taenia spp), including hydatids (Echinococcus granulosus) in dogs & cats. Does not control heartworm.
All dogs & cats from 2 weeks of age
Available in cartons and bulk packs.
Value for money is measured in terms of cost and convenience. Overall we believe that the increased palatability of ENDOGARD, the easier administration, the multiple pack sizes that cater for dogs of all sizes and weights, the benefit ENDOGARD offers as part of the rotation strategy for intestinal worms and the price of the product make it excellent value for money.
Endogard differs in 3 main characteristics from other allwormers sold in Australia. These are:
1. The increased palatability of the tablet makes administration of the tablet considerably easier than many allwormers. ENDOGARD converts an unpleasant task into a real treat for your dog.
2. ENDOGARD contains the actives praziquantel for tapeworm control and oxibendazole for intestinal worm control. It does not contain pyrantel or similar actives of the same class.
3. ENDOGARD is available in 5, 10, 20 kg and 35kg animal weight packs. For all animals between 2.5 and 40 kg not more than 2 and not less than half the tablet is required with each administration. With other allwormers up to 3 to 4 wormers may be required for some body weights.
In general, treatment of adults should be given every 3 months. If your pet is a puppy, breeding bitch, in a known hydatid area or if whipworm is a problem, more frequent administration may be required. Under all circumstances consult the label or chart below before administering the product and talk to your veterinarian about worming and control of other parasites.
Virbac recommends you use ENDOGARD in conjunction with a program to control heartworm, ticks and fleas. Talk to your veterinarian about what solution is best for your pet’s circumstances.