Panacur Wormer Granules for Dogs & Cats

Panacur Wormer Granules for Dogs & Cats
1g Yellow Sachet
1.8g Blue Sachet

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  • 1g Yellow Sachet £1.29
  • 1.8g Blue Sachet £1.99
  • 4.5g Red Sachet £3.59

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Description

Panacur granules contain the popular worming agent Fenbendazole in a convenient granular form for adding to food. Virtually tasteless, they can be mixed with a small treat, or just into the normal food. Effective against the major tapeworm and roundworm species including Toxocara (which can cause problems if accidentally transmitted to humans), Panacur Granules are mild and kind to pets but lethal to worms!

Routine Worming For Adult Cats & Dogs - One Single Dose

  • 1g Sachet- treats 2.2kg of bodyweight
  • 1.8g Sachet- treats 4.4kg of bodyweight
  • 4.5g Sachet- treats 10kg of bodyweight

Sachets can be combined for dosing dogs over 10kg.

e.g for a 35kg dog:

  • (3 x 4.5g Sachet) + (3 x 1g Sachet)

Specific treatment of lungworm:

For treatment of lungworm in dogs administer 50mg fenbendazole (half the normal dose) per day for 7 consecutive days. For treatment of lungworm in cats administer 50mg fenbendazole (half the normal dose) per day for 3 consecutive days. See below for the correct dosage for your animal.

  • 1g Sachet- treats 4kg of bodyweight
  • 1.8g Sachet- treats 8kg of bodyweight
  • 4.5g Sachet- treats 20kg of bodyweight

e.g for a 35kg dog:

  • 1 x 4.5g Sachet

Weaned Puppies & Kittens over 2.2kg & under 6 months: 3 Consecutive Daily Doses

  • 1g Sachet- treats 4kg of bodyweight
  • 1.8g Sachet- treats 8kg of bodyweight
  • 4.5g Sachet- treats 20kg of bodyweight

e.g for a 17kg puppy:

  • (2 x 1.8g Sachet) + (1 x 1g Sachet) every day for three consecutive days.

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Reviews (244)

Summary of Reviews for Panacur Wormer Granules for Dogs & Cats

Overall 5
Effectiveness
Ease Of Use
Value For Money
Absence Of Side Effects
235 out of 244 (96%) customers would recommend this product.
5 stars (200 reviews)
4 stars (34 reviews)
3 stars (2 reviews)
2 stars (2 reviews)
1 stars (6 reviews)

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45 Review of Panacur Wormer
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By on 27 April 2022

I was recommended this product. I assume it has done the job. It is difficult to tell with worming treatments, as you don't always see a change. We didn't get any side effects which is a plus.

Customer recommends this product

45 Effective treatment
Verified Purchase

By on 7 April 2022

Convenient to have the product in granules to mix in with food as have historically been given the oral liquid and a syringe by the vet which is near impossible to get my cat to ingest

Customer recommends this product

55 Excellent product
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By on 6 April 2022

Easy to use just sprinkle on food, inca ate her dinner without realising it was mixed in

Customer recommends this product

55 Excellent product
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By on 6 April 2022

Easy to use just sprinkle on food, inca ate her dinner without realising it was mixed in

Customer recommends this product

55 Wormer dogs
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By on 31 March 2022

Really good product got rid of the worms i only trust this product

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Q & A

Below are some recent questions we've received regarding Panacur Wormer Granules for Dogs & Cats, including answers from our team.

26 May 2022 at 10:58am

What dosage

Sarah

Maltese dog 9 months old and 4.70kg. What dosage should I give him?

  • VioVet Staff

At 9 months old your dog can be given the standard adult dosing. Your 4.7kg dog will need 1 x Panacur 1.8g (blue) sachet and 1 x Panacur 1g (yellow) sachet as one dose.

23 May 2022 at 3:11pm

Dosage

Carla Nieuwenhuizen

  • VioVet customer since 2020
  • From: Northamptonshire, United Kingdom

I have a 6 year old Cocker bitch weighing 14 kilos and a nearly 12 month old Cocker pup weighing 10.5 kilos so what dosage should I order for each?
When should I repeat the treatment?

  • VioVet Staff

If you are dosing at the standard adult dose rate then your dogs will need the following:
15kg - 1 x Panacur 4.5g (red) sachet and 1 x Panacur 1.8g (blue) sachet and 1 x Panacur 1g (yellow) sachet
10.5kg - 1 x Panacur 4.5g (red) sachet and 1 x Panacur 1g (yellow) sachet.

It is usually advised to worm every 3 months as standard. If your dogs are known scavengers and around immunocompromised individuals (young/elderly) then you may wish to worm monthly.
It is worth noting that Panacur only covers roundworms and will not cover tapeworms. If you wish to cover tapeworms as well then it is worth using a combination wormer like TermaWorm.

11 May 2022 at 3:59pm

Dosage

Ruby

My dog weighs 3.4kg. How much Panacur granules should I give her? She is 2 years old.

  • VioVet Staff

If you are worming at the standard adult rate then your dog will need 1 x Panacur 1.8g (blue) sachet as one dose, as this treats pets weighing between 2.3kg and 4.4kg.

5 May 2022 at 2:02am

Dosage for dogs

F

  • VioVet customer since 2021
  • From: , United Kingdom

For normal worming what dosage for 32KG, 37KG, 60KG dogs

  • VioVet Staff

Your pets will need the following doses at the normal adult dose rate:

32kg - 3 x Panacur 4.5g (red) sachets and 1 x Panacur 1g (yellow) sachet
37kg - 3 x Panacur 4.5g (red) sachets and 2 x Panacur 1.8g (blue) sachet
60kg - 6 x Panacur 4.5g (red) sachets

16 April 2022 at 8:09pm

Changing from paste to granules

Heather

My puppy is 5 months has been wormed monthly on Panacur paste over 3 days as advised by breeder until 9 months. Im considering changing to granules she is 9kg. I’m unsure which dose I will need?

  • VioVet Staff

Yes you can do the Panacur 3 day course for puppies using the granules instead. At 9kg your pup will need 1 x Panacur 1.8g (blue) sachet once daily for 3 consecutive days.

You can consider switching onto a combination wormer instead at 5 months old. Our own brand TermaWorm is a good choice, your pup will need 1 normal sized tablet as a one off dose of this. This may be easier than using the 3 day Panacur course. It also covers tapeworms as well as roundworms, whilst Panacur only covers roundworms.

21 March 2022 at 8:27pm

Worming dose

julie

My cat is 4.5 kg which panacaur worming product do I need and also how much and how often thanks

  • VioVet Staff

If you are dosing at the standard adult worming rate then your cat will need 1 x Panacur 1.8g (blue) sachet and 1 x Panacur 1g (yellow) sachet combined. It is usually advised to worm every 3 months in the average cat. If your cat is a particuarly bad scavenger then monthly worming is advised, or if an indoor cat and unlikely to pickup worms then every 6 months can be fine.
It is worth noting this will not cover tapeworm. if you wish to cover roundworms and tapeworms then it is advised to use a combination wormer like TermaWorm.

8 March 2022 at 7:28pm

Dosage

Sandy

Hi. Our Cavapoo is 14.7kgs. Can you advise sachet dosage please and do I need to treat over 3 days. His wormcount states moderate roundworm. Also not had him tested for Giardia but apparently it is about at the moment. Does Panacur treat this. Thanks

  • VioVet Staff

If you are treating at the standard adult rate for roundworms then your dog will need the following as a one off dose:
1 x Panacur 4.5g (red) sachet AND
1 x Panacur 1.8g (blue) sachet AND
1 x panacur 1 g (yellow) sachet

If you wish to treat at the Giardia doseage then your dog will need the following:
2 x Panacur 1.8g (blue) sachets once daily for 3 consecutive days.

6 March 2022 at 10:18pm

My cat 7 months old & is under 2kg, how much would I give of the Panacur granules please

Patricia Latenstein van Voorst

My cat is 7 months old & is under 2kg, (1.7kg) how much would I give of the Panacur granules please

  • VioVet Staff

Your 1.7kg cat will need 1 x Panacur 1g (yellow) sachet if you are looking to worm them at the standard dosing as this is suitable for 1.1kg to 2.2kg cats at this dose regime. This is given as a one off dose and repeated as often as needed, usually every 1 to 3 months depending on how much of a scavenger your cat is.

28 February 2022 at 7:11am

Dosage

Rebekah

How often does this need to be given? I have 3 indoor cats and one outdoor. One of them has worms I am not sure which so will treat them all. Is this okay?

  • VioVet Staff

If your pets are adult and you wish to perform routine adult worming then you should use the one off adult worming dose. It is usually advised to repeat worming every 3 months as standard. If your cats are living with immunocompromised individuals (e.g. elderly or young) and they are known scavengers then monthly worming is a good idea. If they are solely indoors cats then you could reduce this to every 6 months as worms can only be obtained from raw meat, fleas, scavenging or faeces.

It is worth noting that Panacur will only cover roundworms and will not cover tapeworms. If you wish to cover both roundworms and tapeworms then it is advised to use a combination wormer like TermaWorm Tablets or Dronspot Spot On.

4 February 2022 at 1:51pm

What works does this treat…Lungworm and what else?

Pauline Green

Hi can you please tell me what intestinal worms this treats.. vet thinks my dog had lungworm so I obviously want to protect him with a wormer that treats the most intestinal worms in the uk?

  • VioVet Staff

Panacur contains febendazole which treats all common roundworms except for the the most common cause of lungworm in the UK. It does cover fox lungworm at the datasheet doseage however this is not the main lungworm that is a problem in the UK and so Panacur is not advised as a lungworm treatment or preventative. Usually products containing moxidectin or milbemycin are recommended for canine lungworm, these are prescription only but can be purchased with us.

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