Panacur is useful when trying to control and treat certain intestinal worms when used as directed by your veterinarian. What is Panacur?
These are granules that are given orally in order to control and remove roundworms, hookworms, whipworms, and certain tapeworms. What are the benefits of Panacur?
- Broad-spectrum action works to kill several species of intestinal worms.
- Extremely safe.
- Powder formulation makes it easy to dose accurately in animals of all sizes.
dogs and certain zoo animals. How is this medication given?
Panacur is given by mouth based on your pets body weight. It is usually mixed with a small amount of food. Be sure to follow your veterinarians specific instruction. Panacur is usually given over several days in a row. If you have any questions about the proper use of Panacur, always consult with your veterinarian. How does this medication work?
Fenbendazole is the active ingredient in Panacur. It is a dewormer that kills parasites by causing a disruption in their energy metabolism. What results can I expect?
Panacur can kill and remove roundworms, hookworms, whipworms, and Taenia pisiformis (a tapeworm) safely but it is not a preventative medication so it wont prevent reinfection with these parasites. What form(s) does Panacur come in?
These are powder-like granules that are mixed with your pets food. Generic Name:
Fenbendazole(Common Drug Name)Common Brand Name:
Panacur Dose and Administration:
Give the amount of Panacur by mouth/mixed with food at the recommended frequency as dictated by your veterinarian. If you miss a dose, give it as soon as you remember but never give two doses at once. Do not share this medication with other animals in the household unless your veterinarian tells you to do this. If you do not understand how to give Panacur correctly, speak with your veterinarian. Uses:
Panacur is a deworming medication that is used to kill and remove roundworms, hookworms, whipworms, and certain tapeworms. Possible Side Effects:
Panacur is usually tolerated very well. Occasionally, vomiting can occur. Rarely, an animal may experience an allergic reaction to Panacur. Other side effects are possible. If your pet is acting ill while taking Panacur, call your veterinarian right away. Drug and Food Interactions:
There are no known food and drug interaction but always discuss other medications and supplements your pet is taking with your veterinarian to make sure that Panacur can be given safely. Precautions:
Some intestinal parasites (ex. hookworms and roundworms) can be spread to people. Discuss the preventative measures you can take to protect you and your pet from intestinal parasites (worms). Storage:
Store at room temperature away from children and pets. A prescription from your veterinarian is required to purchase Panacur.