Hookworms

Similar to tapeworms and roundworms, hookworms are intestinal parasites that live in the digestive system of your dog or cat. The hookworm attaches to the lining of the intestinal wall and feeds on your pet's blood. Its eggs are ejected into the digestive tract and pass into the environment through your pet's feces.

Female hookworms pass hundreds of microscopic eggs in the feces of infected dogs and cats, where they contaminate the environment.

Your pet may become infected when it inadvertently swallows hookworm larvae, often by grooming its feet, or from sniffing feces or contaminated soil.

How to use De-wormer Medicine:

Praziquantel & PYRANTEL  - Distributed by First Strike Pet Products

  1. This product can be given with or without food.

  2. With food: Mix capsule content with wet food.

 

**Should not be given to pets with a history of epilepsy, nursing, newborn, under two pounds, compromised immune systems, breeding or pregnant, pets with history of allergic reactions or adverse effects to medicine. If any adverse reactions, please consult your veterinarian. ***

 

Can be given for Tape worms, round worms and hook worms.  In the case of hook warms another does is recommended in 2-3 weeks to kill any newly developed adult worms that were larvae at the time of the first treatment.

 

 

KEEP YOUR PET’S LIVING AREA CLEAN.  FRESH WATER, NUTRITIOUS FOOD, CLEAN BOWLS.  CLEAN LITTER BOXES AND PICK UP PET FECES FROM YARD DAILY.

Tape worms are caused by animals eating fleas.  If your animal has tape worms, please also use a flea preventative.

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