How it works
Drontal Dog Tasty Bone Tablets target gastrointestinal parasites such as tapeworms and roundworms that rob your dog of the nutrition they need to live active and healthy lives. The active ingredients of praziquantel (the only tapeworm ingredient approved for Pet Travel Scheme (PETS) certification), pyrantel embonate and febantel get to work straight away, helping to quickly kill off the worms and prevent further harm to your pet.
The tablets can be given as a single dosage as part of routine worming, generally once every three months in adult dogs. They’re designed to look like bones and have a tasty meat flavour so you can give them to your dog without hiding them in food, meaning you don’t need to work around their feeding schedule.
fast action against common canine intestinal tapeworms and roundworms
made for ease of administration – appealing shape and taste
can give at any time, on their own or with food
can be used as a single dosage as part of routine worming.
When to use
It’s fairly easy for dogs to pick up parasitical infections – tapeworms can happen after your dog swallows an infected flea, usually while grooming themselves. Common signs of worms might include vomiting, diarrhoea, or anaemia. As a general guide, it’s a good idea to de-worm them every three months as adults. Puppies, however, should be wormed every couple of weeks when they’re small, and monthly from then on until they reach three months old as they are much more vulnerable than older dogs.
Can be given with or without food. No need for starvation before or after treatment