Profender for cats 2.5-5 kg 2 pack will treat 1 small cat for 6 months. Profender treats for roundworm, hookworm, tapeworm and lungworm in cats. It comes in a blue packet for a small cats. Profender can be used on kittens from 8 weeks of age and from 0.5 kg in weight. Profender is a spot-on treatment which is applied to the back of the cats neck. Each tube contains 0.7 mL of liquid. It uses the Active Constituents: Emodepside 21.4 g/L, Praziquantel 85.8 g/L. Buy Profender for Small Cats 2.5-5 kg in a 6 month supply at a cheap price online!
More about Profender for cats
Profender combines powerful, broad-spectrum control of intestinal worms with the ease and convenience of spot-on treatment. No more struggling cats. And above all, no more worms.
Profender protects your cat from hookworms, roundworms and tapeworms in one easy treatment. It is the only intestinal worms that kills all infective stages of the relevant intestinal worms in cats in Australia.
Powerful, broad spectrum control of intestinal worms
Profender is the world's first spot-on intestinal wormer for cats. It contains two active ingredients - emodespsode and praziquantel - which are quickly absorbed through the skin to give effective control of all gastroitestinal worms.
How does Profender work?
Profender contains new technology specially formulated for your cat. Once applied to your cat's skin it rapidly enters the bloodstream and travels to the intestines where the two active ingredients kill worms on contact.
Easy worming starts here
Pre-measured tubes make application of Profender quick, simple and stress-free. Profender is applied to the skin at the back of your cat's neck. With no need for tablets, Profender will take the stress out of worming for you and your cat. Profender is tough on worms, but gentle on your pet. Profender can be used on kittens from 8 weeks of age weighing more thean 0.6kg and it is safe to use on pregnant and lactating queens.
When do I use Profender?
Profender is extremely effective at killing worms that are present in the intestine at the time of treatment. However, it does not act like a vaccine to protect against future infection. That's why regular treatment is essential to maintain your cat's health. cats can be reinfected from the environment and contact with other pets.
Treat with Profender every 3 months.
Treat with Profender at 8, and 12 weeks of age and thereafter every 3 months.
Treat with Profender at mating, before birth of the kittens and then every 3 months.
Say goodbye to bites and scratches
Take the stress out of worming your cat.
Intestinal worms that can affect your cat
Female hookworms can lay up to 30,00 eggs daily. These hatch in the faeces. Infection is caused by swallowing or skin penetration. Symptoms of hookworm infestation include anaemia, lack of appetite, depression and diarrhoea. Like roundworms, hookworms are zoonotic parasites that can also affect humans.
Roundworms are zoonotic parasites, which means they can be passed from animals to humans - especially children. Up to 60% of kittens and young cats suffer from roundworm infection. Roundworms may be transmitted via the milk of the mother, or via direct ingestion of eggs. In addition, roundworm larvae are often present in the rats, mice and birds that may be eaten by cats. Roundworm symptos include lack of appetite, cough, depression and vomiting.
Common flea tapeworm larvae develop in fleas. Cats can eat infected fleas while grooming themselves. The tapeworm then develops in the cat's gut. Other tapeworm larvae develop in rodents that can be eaten by cats. While not a major health risk, tapeworms cause itching and can be responsible for cats showing signs of irriation around the anus.Checkout with Visa, Mastercard, American Express, Afterpay or zipPay.
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