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Antezole Paste

Antezole Paste for Cats & Dogs

Rated4.8/5
(28 Reviews)
$12.89
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Antezole Paste for Cat Supplies

Antezole Paste for Dogs/Cats – Broad Spectrum Wormer Treatment

Antezole Paste is highly effective in controlling gastrointestinal worm infection in dogs, puppies, cats, and kittens. It treats and prevents ascarids, hookworms and tapeworms very efficiently. In order to control worms, it is essential to treat them with flea and tick prevention along with deworming. Regular treatment with Antezole paste helps in controlling worm infection easily. Moreover, Antezole is safe for all breeds of cats and dogs.

Key Benefits
  • Highly effective against ascarids, hookworms, and tapeworms
  • Treats roundworm and hookworm infestations
  • Suitable for all breeds of pets
  • Safe for dogs, cats, kittens and puppies
  • Highly palatable and readily accepted
  • Comes in a syringe form for easy administration
How To Use
  • Dosage depends on the dog/cat's weight.
  • Can be directly administered into the mouth or mixed with meat or food.
  • Remove the cap from the nozzle and turn the ring to the required dosage.
  • Press the dose at the back of the tongue as possible.
  • Kittens should be dewormed every 2 weeks from 2 weeks of age until 12 weeks.
  • Thereafter, kittens should be dewormed every month until 6 months of age.
  • From 6 months onwards, all dogs should be dewormed every 3 months.
  • No fasting required prior to the treatment.

Dosage:

  • Cats up to 9kg (20lbs) 2ml
  • Dogs up to 9kg (20lbs) 2ml
  • Dogs up to 10 - 20kg (22-44 lbs) 4ml
  • Dogs up to 21 - 35kg (46-77 lbs) 8ml
  • Dogs up to 36 - 52kg (78-114.5lbs) 11ml
Safety
  • Keep out of reach of children, uninformed people, and pets.
  • Store product in a cool and dry place.
  • Use only as directed.
  • Not for human use or consumption.
More Information

Antezole Paste is a multi-spectrum worming treatment for dogs, puppies, cats and kittens. It contains Praziquantel, Pyrantel pamoate, and Fenbendazole that work together in effectively treating roundworms, tapeworms, whipworms, and hookworms. The ingredients directly act on the nerve cells, leading to the destruction of these parasites. The oral paste prevents worm infection and other intestinal diseases. It comes in an easy-to-dose syringe, which ensures accurate dosage.

Ingredients
  • Praziquantel
  • Pyrantel pamoate
  • Fenbendazole
Manufacturer
Kyron Labs
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Sarah
Recommended Oct 04, 2021

I was worried if this one's gonna work or not, but it did effectively beat tapeworms.

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Lucinda
Best product Aug 31, 2021

My cat gets infected with tapeworms during the winters and I always have a hard time keeping up with it. But thanks to Antezole paste, now I just administer a single dose and tapeworms are gone!!!!!

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Gabriel
Worked marvellously Jul 13, 2021

Worked marvellously and controlled hookworms in my Rottweiler.

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Jenny
Great Paste Jun 23, 2021

Antezole paste works really great in eliminating worms

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Tanesse
Best wormer May 17, 2021

This is the best wormer, I have been using it ever since my cat got rid of worms in a week!

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How often should a cat be given the antezole paste to get rid of worms?
Kittens up to 1 2 months - Treat every 4-6 weeks, Adult Cats (after 12 months of age) - Treat every 3-4 months
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How often should a cat be given the antezole paste to make sure it's rid of worms?
Kittens Up To 1 2 Months - Treat Every 4-6 Weeks, Adult Cats (After 12 Months Of Age) - Treat Every 3-4 Months
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