Worms are quite literally a pain in the backside, so Drontal Tasty Bone for dogs looks make the process simple and we aim to make it cost effective. Drontal Dog are flavoured with meat to make them palatable and a distinctive bone shape. They are for the treatment of intestinal worms, including tapeworm, roundworm, hookworm and whipworm.
The number given varies with the weight of your dog, you’ll need 1 tablet for every 10kg they weigh and the tablets are scored, so they can be easily (and on these tablets the scoring actually works) halved.
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Drontal Dog Tasty Bone is for the treatment of intestinal worms, including tapeworm, roundworm, hookworm and whipworm, in dogs. Treatment should be given every 3 months.
It is supplied as tablets, either individually or in packs of 102.
These Drontal tablets are light-brown to brown, meat flavoured, bone shaped tablets scored on both sides that can be divided into halves.
1 tablet per 10 kg body weight every 3 months.
Puppies and Small Dogs: 3-5 kg bodyweight = 1/2 tablet; 6-10 kg bodyweight 1 tablet.
Medium Dogs: 11-15 kg bodyweight = 1 1/2 tablets; 16-20 kg bodyweight = 2 tablets; 21-25 kg bodyweight = 2 1/2 tablets; 26-30 kg bodyweight = 3 tablets.
Large Dogs: 31-35 kg bodyweight = 3 1/2 tablets; 36-40 kg bodyweight = 4 tablets.
For each additional 5 kg body weight, administer an additional half Drontal for Dogs Tasty Bone tablet
You should discuss any change to your pet’s care or lifestyle thoroughly with your vet before starting any program or treatment.
If in doubt contact your veterinary practice
And always keep your vet's phone number handy - just in case!