Durvet Triple Wormer For Large Dogs is a medication that helps in getting rid of three common worms in dogs. It can be used for preventing and treating roundworm, tapeworm, and hookworm infections. This medicine contains pyrantel pamoate which is an anthelmintic (anti-parasitic) agent.
Durvet Triple Wormer For Cats is a cat wormer that treats roundworms, hookworms, and tapeworms in cats. It is an oral dewormer that can be used by itself or along with other products like flea and heartworm preventatives. It comes in a tasty chicken-flavored chewable tablet that is easy for your cat to swallow. It also comes in a liquid form that can be given directly into the mouth of the pet. The chewable tablets are available in a 5-count package while the liquid can be purchased in a 1-gallon bottle.
The active ingredient in this product is pyrantel pamoate, which kills all three types of worms listed above when given according to directions on the product label. If you have any questions about how much worm medicine your pet needs or how often you should give it, talk with your veterinarian before giving any type of medication to your pet.
How to tell if your cat has worms
- Worms in cats can cause a variety of health concerns, including anemia, weight loss, and dehydration.
- Cats are especially susceptible to roundworm (Toxocara cati) because they are often exposed to it through their mother’s milk while they’re nursing as kittens. Roundworms may not be visible with the naked eye but can cause anemia when they consume too much blood from their host animal.
- Hookworms (Ancylostoma tubaeforme) reside in the small intestine of cats, where they multiply very quickly within six months after infection. These parasites feed on blood from the host animal and may cause weight loss or diarrhea if left untreated for too long.
- Whipworms (Trichuris trichiura), also known as whip-lash worms because of their shape when viewed under a microscope, live in the large intestine of cats where they attach themselves to intestinal walls using tendrils extending from their bodies; these tendrils are used by whipworms for both digestion and movement throughout your pet’s digestive tract, a handy feature considering how long these critters can get.
Sign of Worm in Cats
- Worms in cats are a common problem that can often be overlooked.
- If your cat is showing signs of worms, visit our vet immediately.
- There are several types of worms that cats can get: roundworms (Toxocara cati), hookworms (Ancylostoma tubaeforme), and tapeworms (Dipylidium caninum). These parasites will cause a variety of symptoms including trouble breathing, unusual behavior, or sudden weight loss/gain. Other symptoms include sudden appetite change, sudden diarrhea/constipation, or sores on the skin due to scratching caused by an itchy parasite infestation.
How to identify the stages of roundworm
Roundworms are tiny parasites that live in the intestine and can cause severe health problems in your cat. The worms are transmitted to kittens by fleas, but cats can also get them from other infected cats or contaminated soil.
The signs of roundworm may include:
- Weight loss
How to identify the stages of hookworm
It is important to know if your cat has hookworms. Hookworms are the most common intestinal parasite in cats. They are small, thin worms that live in the intestinal tract and absorb nutrients from food. Hookworms can be contracted from the soil, so it’s best to make sure your cat stays indoors as much as possible.
How to identify the stages of whipworm
You can identify the stages of whipworm by looking closely at your cat’s stool. Whipworm eggs are oval and have a brownish color. They range in size from 0.2 to 0.4 millimeters long, with about half that length being the width of the egg itself. The surface of an adult worm is covered with small protrusions (termed “hooks”), which help it cling to the walls of your cat’s large intestine as well as attach itself to its host’s intestinal wall so that it doesn’t get flushed out when it passes stool.
Whipworms are transmitted by ingestion via contaminated feces (poop). This means they can be passed from one cat to another or even humans if they come into contact with infected cat poop or contaminated soil containing whipworm eggs, which is why it’s important to keep pets on flea treatments if you live in an area where these parasites are common.
How to look for, treat and prevent fleas on cats
- Spotting fleas on cats
- Treating fleas on cats
- Preventing fleas in cats
- Using flea shampoo for cats
- Using flea spray for cats
If you want to use a treatment that’s easy to administer, then we recommend that you opt for spot-on or topical treatments. They are used directly on your cat and will kill any existing adult fleas within 30 minutes of application. You can also buy topical treatment as well as an oral tablet (which is usually prescribed by a vet) which provides similar results but with some slight variations in terms of speed and effectiveness.
How to determine if your cat has ear mites
Ear mites are common in cats, but they can be easily diagnosed and treated. If your cat is scratching its ears excessively, shaking its head frequently, or crying out in pain when you touch them, it’s possible that they have ear mites.
If you notice scabs or redness inside the ear canal, excessive wax buildup, and an odor coming from the ears, these could also indicate that your cat has ear mites.
You may want to consider taking your pet to a veterinarian if they show any of these signs.
If your cat has mange, it’s important to know that this is not a worm. It’s caused by a mite called Sarcoptes scabei and affects the skin of cats all over the world. While other types of mange have been known to kill kittens, feline sarcoptic mange is generally non-fatal and easily treated with medication.
Mange is not contagious; however, if you have an infestation in your home then your pet may ingest the eggs or larvae and become infected. If you suspect that there are mites on your pet (you’ll notice small red bumps on their skin), take him to the vet immediately.
There are many parasites in cats
There are many parasites that can be found in cats. Worms, such as roundworms and tapeworms, are two of the most common types of parasites affecting cats. Roundworms are long and flat with a pointed tail at one end. They live in the cat’s intestines and cause damage by feeding on nutrients from food or blood ingested by the cat. Tapeworms live outside of the body in fleas or worms that have been eaten by cats. Tapeworms can grow up to 100 feet long.
Other signs to look out for include:
- Your cat starts to lose weight despite having an appetite
- The bowel movements become soft or mushy
- A lot of mucus is present in their stools (this may indicate something more serious)
If you notice any of these symptoms, take your pet to see a vet immediately so they can be treated before any severe health problems occur.
Side effects of Durvet Triple Wormer For Large Dogs
Side effects of Durvet Triple Wormer For Large Dogs may include nausea, vomiting, loss of appetite, diarrhea, skin irritation around the application site, and fever. These side effects are generally mild in nature and should disappear within a few days.
If you notice a new symptom that is also not listed on this leaflet or if one of the listed side effects gets worse or lasts longer than expected, please talk to your vet immediately as it may mean that there is something wrong with your pet’s health.
Reason for Using Durvet Triple Wormer For Large Dogs
Durvet Triple Wormer For Large Dogs is used to treat worms in dogs. It is a treatment for worms, including tapeworms and hookworms. It also treats roundworms and whipworms, as well as heartworm disease.
Cost of Using Durvet Triple Wormer For Large Dogs
The cost of using Durvet Triple Wormer For Large Dogs is KES 3,000.00 per pack.
Durvet Triple Wormer For Large Dogs is available in Kenya at the following locations:
- Pharmacies and drug stores such as Uchumi Pharmacy, Nairobi Saccos (nationwide), Milimani Chemist, and more