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Panacur Wormer Granules for Dogs & Cats

  • 1g Yellow Sachet £0.78
  • 1.8g Blue Sachet £0.97
  • 4.5g Red Sachet £1.92

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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.

Presentation

A 22% granulate formulation of Fenbendazole, PhEur. as a ready to administer oral anthelmintic for dogs, cats, puppies and kittens. 1 g Panacur Granules contains 0.22 g active ingredient Fenbendazole, PhEur.

Uses

A broad-spectrum anthelmintic for the treatment of domestic dogs and cats infected with immature and mature stages of roundworms of the gastro-intestinal and respiratory tracts. Panacur also has an ovicidal effect on nematode eggs.

Adult dogs and cats

For the treatment of adult dogs and cats infected with gastro-intestinal roundworms and tapeworms:

Ascarid spp. (Toxocara canis, Toxocara cati and Toxascaris leonina)

Ancylostoma spp.

Trichuris spp.

Uncinaria spp.

Taenia spp.

Puppies and kittens

For the treatment of weaned puppies and kittens infected with gastro-intestinal roundworms and puppies infected with protozoa (Giardia spp.).

Pregnant dogs

For the treatment of pregnant dogs to reduce prenatal infections of Toxocara canis and the transfer of T.canis and Ancylostoma caninum to their pups via the milk.

Other

Also for the treatment of dogs infected with lungworm Oslerus (Filaroides) osleri or protozoa Giardia spp., and cats infected with lungworm Aelurostrongylus abstrusus.

Panacur also has an ovicidal effect on nematode eggs.

Dosage and administration

Routine treatment of adult dogs and cats

Administer 100mg fenbenbazole per 1 kg (2.2 lb) bodyweight as a single dose.

Practical dosage recommendations:

1 g sachet /dose

Treats 2kg (4.4lb) bodyweight as a single dose (1.1 – 2.2kg)

1.8 g sachet / dose

Treats 4kg (8.8lb) bodyweight as a single dose (2.2 – 4.4kg)

4.5 g sachet /dose

Treats 10kg (22lb) bodyweight as a single dose (5 – 10kg)

For dogs weighing over 10 kg (22 lbs), additional sachets are required according to the additional bodyweight.

Assess bodyweight as accurately as possible and then administer one or a combination of the above sachets, which most closely doses this bodyweight. The dose should be administered by mixing into the feed.

e.g.

For a 9kg dog = 2kg dose (1g sachet) + 4kg dose (1.8g sachet) + 4kg dose (1.8g sachet).

i.e.

one × 1gram sachet + two × 1.8gm sachets (10kg dose)

or

one × 4.5gram sachet (10kg dose)

Treatment should be repeated when natural re-infection with parasitic worms occurs. Routine treatment of adult animals with minimal exposure to infection is advisable 2 to 4 times per year. More frequent treatment, at 6 to 8 weekly intervals is advisable for dogs in kennels.

Weaned puppies and kittens under six months of age

Administer 50mg fenbendazole per 1 kg (2.2 lbs) bodyweight daily for 3 consecutive days.

Practical dosage recommendations:

1 g sachet /dose

Treats 4kg (8.8lb) bodyweight (minimum weight 2.2kg) dosed daily for three consecutive days (2.2 – 4.4kg)

1.8 g sachet / dose

Treats 8kg (17.6lb) bodyweight dosed daily for three consecutive days (4.5– 8kg)

4.5 g sachet /dose

Treats 20kg (44lb) bodyweight dosed daily for three consecutive days (10– 20kg)

For dogs/puppies weighing over 20 kg (44 lbs) additional sachets are required according to the additional bodyweight.

Assess bodyweight as accurately as possible and then administer one or a combination of the above sachets, which most closely doses this bodyweight. The dose should be administered by mixing into the feed.

N.B. Smaller or unweaned puppies and kittens should be treated with Panacur 2.5% or 10% Liquid or Panacur Paste.

e.g.

For a 9kg dog = 4kg dose (1g sachet) + 8kg dose (1.8g sachet) daily for 3 consecutive days.

i.e.

one × 1gram sachet + one × 1.8gm sachets. (12kg) dose daily for 3 days

or

three × 1gram sachet (12kg dose) daily for 3 days

Puppies should be treated at 2 weeks of age, 5 weeks of age and again before leaving the breeder's premises. Treatment may also be required at 8 and 12 weeks of age. Thereafter, frequency of treatment can be reduced unless the pups remain in kennels where reinfestation occurs more readily.

Pregnant dogs

Administer 25mg fenbendazole per 1kg (2.2lb) bodyweight daily from day 40 of pregnancy continuously to 2 days post-whelping (approximately 25 days).

Practical dosage recommendations:

1 g sachet /dose

Treats 8kg (17.6lb) bodyweight dosed daily for approx. 25 days

1.8 g sachet / dose

Treats 16kg (35.2lb) bodyweight dosed daily for approx. 25 days

4.5 g sachet /dose

Treats 40kg (88lb) bodyweight dosed daily for approx. 25 days

For bitches weighing over 40 kg, additional sachets are required according to the additional bodyweight.

Pregnant cats

Pregnant cats can be safely treated with this product.

Increased dosing for specific infections

For the treatment of clinical worm infestations in adult dogs and cats or Giardia spp. infections in dogs, administer 50mg fenbendazole per 1kg (2.2lb) bodyweight daily for 3 consecutive days.

For control of lungworm Oslerus (Filaroides) osleri in dogs administer 50mg fenbendazole per 1kg (2.2lb) bodyweight, daily for 7 consecutive days. A repeated course of treatment may be required in some cases.

For the control of lungworm Aelurostrongylus abstrusus in cats administer 50mg fenbendazole per 1kg (2.2lb) bodyweight daily for 3 consecutive days.

Contra-indications, warnings, etc

For animal treatment only. Keep out of the reach and sight of children.

Assess bodyweight as accurately as possible before calculating the dosage.

Operator warnings

Direct contact with the product should be kept to a minimum. Wash hands after use.

Avoid inhalation of granule dust.

Environmental warnings

Dispose of empty packaging and any remaining product in the household refuse.

Pharmaceutical precautions

None.

Legal category

NFA-VPS

Packaging Quantities

Pack sizes: 1g, 1.8g and 4.5g sachets.

Further information

Panacur Granules are odourless and tasteless and are readily consumed by animals.

Marketing authorisation number

Vm 01708/4427.

GTIN (Global Trade Item No)

Panacur Granules 22.2% 10x3x1.8g:

05032984101140,

Panacur Granules 22.2% 10x3x4.5g:

05032984101164,

Panacur Granules 22.2% 60x4,5g:

05032984101195,

Panacur Granules 22.2% 90x1,8g:

05032984101188

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Lungworms prevention dogs

6th Aug 2016
Pat Higham
  • VioVet Customer Since: November 2015
  • From: Derbyshire, United Kingdom

Hello there , my vet has just prescribed a7 day course of Panacur granules for ? Lung town infection in my 2 year old spaniel , and says he will need monthly dose of Panacur to prevent it .as this is practise gold standard . However I note from previous answers that it isn't licensed for this , so I am confused . I obviously want to do best for my dog . Regards Pat Higham

Danielle Fletcher
  • Category Manager, Own Brand & E-SQP

Hi Pat,

Panacur is licensed for the treatment of a specific species of lungworm called Oserlus osleri (also known as Filaroides) so if this is the lungworm your dog is infected with, it will be a safe an effective treatment. Panacur is not licensed or able to prevent an infection, it can only treat an existing infection. If your vet advises regular use to prevent your dog from accumulating a large number of O.osleri lungworm that could cause another problem in the future, then I would follow their advice. Each monthly course would remove any of this type of lungworm he had picked up since the last treatment.

The more dangerous type of lungworm is called Angistrongylus vasorum (picked up from eating infected slugs/snails and potentially from their slime) and this is not killed by Panacur - your vet would need to prescribe a prescription-only product such as Advocate which would give month-long protection against this type of lungworm.

I hope this has been helpful.

How to use for a pregnant dog

25th May 2016
Ruby

How and when to give to a pregnant dog

John Cousins
  • Veterinary Surgeon

If you want to have completely worm-free puppies, you need to give a dose every day from day 40 of the pregnancy to 2 days after whelping. This can be done by adding the granules to her food. If you accept that some worms are normal and not a huge concern, then you can worm the bitch once during late pregnancy, then again every time you worm the puppies (ideally at 2 weeks, 5 weeks, 8 weeks and 12 weeks of age).

Full dosing details for everything are on the website. Scroll down and click on Dosage and Administration.

Panacur Granules Giardia

30th Apr 2016
Jacki
  • VioVet Customer Since: August 2015
  • From: Cheshire, United Kingdom

My dog weighs 40kgs. What's the dose of Panacur Granules to treat Giardia??

John Cousins
  • Veterinary Surgeon

For the treatment of Giardia spp. infections in dogs, administer 50mg fenbendazole per 1kg (2.2lb) bodyweight daily for 3 consecutive days.

This would be achieved by giving two of the 4.5g sachets daily for 3 days.

7 day lungworm treatment

17th Oct 2015
Iris

Hi, I have an eight yrs old spayed lab weighing 39.5 kg who is on metacalm for her arthritic joints. I've been advised by my vet to give her a 7 day treatment for lungworm as she is lethargic and has an intermittent cough. All blood tests, x rays and scans were clear, and this treatment to r 'eliminate' lungworm as a possible cause. I'm not sure how much to give? f

John Cousins
  • Veterinary Surgeon

Your vet should advise you on dose rate and period of treatment. If you are unsure about how things are going with diagnosis or treatment then it is best to ask your vet if you can go for a second opinion. There is nothing wrong with seeking a fresh look at things.

Worming advice

10th Oct 2015
Helen

I have an 8 week old chichuhuaha/Yorkie she was last wormed on Monday (today's Saturday)when is it safe to worm her again?i also have a 3 1/2 year old Yorkie what's safe to give him also exactly how much and how often do I worm each of them? Thanks

John Cousins
  • Veterinary Surgeon

Panacur is extremely safe and it would probably be safe to worm every day, though completely unnecessary. The usual advice is to worm puppies every month until 6 or 7 months of age, then reduce this to once every 3 months. If you use Panacur, a dose for a puppy is normally given spread over 3 days. Adult dogs are usually given the dose all in one go.The amount to give depends on the weight of the puppy. This is explained in the tables towards the bottom of the website listing. If you scroll down past the listing for the types of Panacur to the heading "Description" and then click on the heading Dosage and administration you will find a full explanation of how much to give according to the age and weight of your dogs.

Can i treat as a precaution

29th Sep 2015
Magdalena Bienek
  • VioVet Customer Since: September 2015
  • From: Lanarkshire, United Kingdom

hi there i have a staffordshire bull terrier who has been a little coughy over the past couple of days nothing major that is making me panic i also seem to have a lot of slugs present in my backgarden this summer and im just wondering if its safe to treat my dog as a precaution more than anything else i am due to worm him anyways so would just wondered if it would do him any harm to do the 7 day course thanks

John Cousins
  • Veterinary Surgeon

This is an very safe wormer and the chances of you doing any harm with a 7 day course at the correct dose are extremely remote. It might perhaps be of benefit to your dog, but it is difficult to say. However the type of lungworm which dogs get from eating slugs is not the one which Panacur is licensed to treat. For that lungworm you need to use a prescription wormer. You would have to ask your own vet about the possible merits of using that.

Panacur for pregnant cat

6th Jun 2015
Eve

My cat is pregnant, due in ten days. When working out dose for panacur liquid do I use her normal weight or pregnant weight?

John Cousins
  • Veterinary Surgeon

This is a good question. You should in fact use her pregnant weight for this, the drug is well distributed through the body but is very safe for the unborn kittens.

How much to give

11th Apr 2015
Karen h

I have a 8 month old lab who weighs around 30kg. What dose of panacur will he need? Also when wormed as a puppy it really upset his tummy. He does seem to have a sensitive tummy and is on hypo allergenic food. Is this product gentle?

John Cousins
  • Veterinary Surgeon

Panacur is one of the "gentlest" wormers available and is very safe. The correct dose for your dog would be 3 of the 4.5g sachets given all together with some food.

Puppy?

15th Feb 2015
Joanne Martindale
  • VioVet Customer Since: January 2015
  • From: Bedfordshire, United Kingdom

Is this suitable for a 7 month old puppy and if so which sachet should I use. The dog is a staffie x mastiff and weighs about 20k. Thanks

John Cousins
  • Veterinary Surgeon

This is a good routine wormer and a 20kg dog would need 2 of the 4.5g sachets.

Can I use Panacur solution or granules in conjunction with Fipronil?

18th Nov 2014
Sue Callinan

Can I use Pancur 10% solution or granules with a Fipronil flea treatmenty, eg Frontline? I have two elderly dogs, one 16, one 13 years old. I have been using Advocate up till now, but would like something cheaper- the vet I use charges approx £26 for writing a prescription. Do I need a prescription for Panacur if I buy it from you? How often would you recommend I use Pancur-I live in an area where there are alot of slugs and snails in the garden and lungworm is quite prevelant here. Many thanks for your time :)

John Cousins
  • Veterinary Surgeon

You can safely use Panacur and a fipronil product to treat your dogs. This should provide very effective general parasite control but would NOT have proven effect against the type of lungworm you are concerned about. There are different lungworms and Advocate is the best we know for Angistrongylus vasorum. Other lungwrms (treated by Panacur very well) are not as dangerous. This is a confusing fact because just talking about lungworms is not helpful, though Latin names are difficult in their own way. Unless your dogs are particularly fond of eating slugs and snails (very rare in adult dogs) the risk to them of getting Angistrongylus vasorum is tiny in fact. If you are really worried about it, Advocate is your treatment of choice. Panacur is not a reliable treatment for this type of lungworm.