For Minor Species Animal Use Only
Please read this before giving any medications How to Read a Syringe !
New dewormer and antiprotozoal generic now available for elimination of nematodes such as pinworm, roundworms, hookworms, etc along with harder to detect parasites such as flagellates, protozoans and anaerobes. Recommended for any wild caught lizards and snakes that have been shipped from other countries as a precautionary quarantine treatment. This mixture has become increasingly popular for use with baby bearded dragons who are refusing to eat, but only should be used as necessary. If you plan on using this primarily as a dewormer, please order the generic panacur (fenbendazole) by itself.
Comes with easy dose tip and a 1cc oral dosing syringe. Cut tip so that syringe fits tightly, turn upside down to extract dose.
Fluid intake should be 2mL to 5mL per kg of body weight per day while on any medication
Common dosage is 50mg/kg to 100mg/kg for parasitic infections. Give 1 dose, wait 7 days, give 2nd dose.
Contains 100mg/mL Dewormer & 100mg/mL Antiprotozoal
7.5mL/cc bottle (1/4 oz) (21 high doses for a 350g dragon)
15mL/cc bottle (1/2 oz) (42 high doses for a 350g dragon)
30mL/cc bottle (1 oz) (83 high doses for a 350g dragon)
60mL/cc bottle (2 oz) (for bigger collections & breeders)
Fenbendazole (aka Panacur), is a broad spectrum benzimidazole anthelmintic used against gastrointestinal parasites including roundworms, hookworms, whipworms, tapeworms, pinworms, aelurostrongylus, paragonimiasis, strongyles and strongyloides. Toxicity has been reported in some species of reptiles including vipers, turtles and tortoises associated with bone marrow suppression, intestinal crypt cell necrosis and distal villi sloughing. Elimination in mammals takes 48 hours, even longer in ectotherms, and is metabolized by the liver. It's mode of action is by inhibiting energy metabolism in parasitic organisms. Shelf life is alone approximately 2 years.
SHAKE WELL BEFORE USE
|100mg/kg Panacur Plus Quick Dose Chart|
|To calculate proper dosage, multiply animals weight in grams x .001 to get kg. Then multiply kg x dosage in mg/kg, then divide by concentration of 100 mg/mL.|
|Dosage of 50mg/kg||Dosage of 100mg/kg|
|Weight (grams)||Dose cc/mL||Weight (grams)||Dose cc/mL|