Cazitel Plus is a safe and effective multi- wormer from Pfizer. Safe, effective and economical to use, It is a generic form of one of the world's top selling wormers. Supplied as pork-flavoured palatable tablets, a single dose of one tablet per 10kg of bodyweight is all that is required. Adult dogs are best wormed every 3 months.
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A pale yellow, pork-flavoured tablet containing 50 mg praziquantel, 50 mg pyrantel (equivalent to 144 mg pyrantel embonate) and 150 mg febantel.
Cazitel Plus Tablets are indicated for the treatment of mixed infections by nematodes and cestodes of the following species in dogs:
Ascarids: Toxocara canis, Toxascaris leonina (adult and late immature forms).
Hookworms: Uncinaria stenocephala, Ancylostoma caninum (adults).
Whipworms: Trichuris vulpis (adults).
Tapeworms: Echinococcus species, (E. granulosus, E. multilocularis), Taenia species, (T. hydatigena, T. pisiformis, T. taeniformis), Dipylidium caninum (adult and immature forms).
For oral administration only.
The recommended dose rates are 15 mg/kg bodyweight febantel, 5 mg/kg pyrantel (equivalent to 14.4 mg/kg pyrantel embonate) and 5 mg/kg praziquantel. This is equivalent to 1 tablet per 10 kg bodyweight.
For large breeds of dogs, Cazitel Plus XL Tablets can be used, with 1 tablet treating 35 kg bodyweight.
The tablets can be given directly to the dog or disguised in food. No starvation is needed before or after treatment.
To ensure administration of a correct dose, bodyweight should be determined as accurately as possible.
Dosage table (guide):
If there is a risk of re-infestation, the advice of a veterinarian should be sought regarding the need for and the frequency of repeat administration.
Do not use simultaneously with piperazine compounds as the anthelmintic effects of pyrantel and piperazine may be antagonized.
Do not use in animals with a known sensitivity to the active ingredients or to any of the excipients.
Fleas serve as intermediate hosts for one common type of tapeworm Dipylidium caninum. Tapeworm infestation is certain to reoccur unless control of intermediate hosts such as fleas, mice, etc. is undertaken.
Tapeworm infestation is unlikely in pups less than 6 weeks of age.
Parasite resistance to any particular class of anthelmintic may develop following frequent, repeated use of an anthelmintic of that class.
In very rare cases, gastrointestinal disorders (diarrhoea, emesis) have been observed.
Concurrent use with other cholinergic compounds can lead to toxicity.
Teratogenic effects attributed to high doses of febantel have been reported in sheep and rats. No studies have been performed in dogs during early pregnancy.
Use of the product during pregnancy should be in accordance with a benefit risk assessment by the responsible veterinarian. It is recommended that the product is not used in dogs during the first 4 weeks of pregnancy. Do not exceed the stated dose when treating pregnant bitches.
In case of accidental ingestion, seek medical advice and show the package leaflet to the physician.
In the interests of good hygiene, persons administering the tablets directly to the dog, or by adding them to the dog’s food, should wash their hands afterwards.
No special storage conditions required.
Any unused veterinary medicinal product or waster materials derived from such veterinary medicinal products should be disposed of in accordance with local requirements.
Discard any unused divided tablets.
Keep out of the sight and reach of children.
For animal treatment only.
Cartons containing 104 tablets.
The combination of praziquantel, pyrantel embonate and febantel is well tolerated in dogs. In safety studies, a single dose of 5 times the recommended dose or greater gave rise to occasional vomiting.
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Below are some recent questions we've received regarding Cazitel Plus for Dogs, including answers from our team.
I was recently prescribed this wormer by my vets on the understanding it will kill lungworm. Can you confirm this is correct?
As far as I am aware, Cazitel is not licensed for treatment of lungworm in dogs and personally I would not expect it to be effective. There are several types of lungworm in dogs in fact, but there are not many effective treatments for the type of lungworm which is currently causing concern (Angiostrongylus vasorum). I would suggest you ask your vet to check the information - where has your vet got this information from? Is it in writing from a trustworthy source?
My Lancashire Heeler bitch is 50 days pregnant. Is it safe to worm her with Cazitel Plus? She normally has this.
Cazitel can be used during pregnancy. It is usually advised to avoid the first 3 weeks of pregnancy, but at 50 days it would be safe to worm her. I would suggest worming her again each time you worm the puppies. This can be done from about 3 weeks of age and repeated every 2-4 weeks, depending on the level of worm infestation (which varies immensely). You can break up Cazitel tablets to use for puppies, or use a liquid wormer for them instead.
Please could you advise me whether these worming tablets are ok for a Jack Russell who suffers from pancreatitis?
Cazitel should be fine to give to your dog. Pancreatitis is a poorly understood condition which can recur periodically, but these worm tablets would not be expected to cause any trouble.