Endogard is liver flavored tablet with an anthelmintic action against all major intestinal worms found in dogs. A single dosage treatment, the tablets destroys hookworms, roundworms, whipworms and tapeworms (including hydatids) found in dogs. The broad-spectrum Allwormer kills, controls and prevents diseases caused by these gastrointestinal worms in dogs.
How does it work?
Endogard contains Praziquantel and Oxibendazole as the active ingredients. Both of them have ovicidal and larvicidal effects against various intestinal worms. By combining their individual anthelmintic properties, Endogard destroys and treats mixed infestations of intestinal worms in dogs. It causes severe damage to the integuments of the worms and causes contraction, paralysis and death.
The tablet thus destroys the adult and immature life stages of gastrointestinal worms and prevents infections and diseases caused by these worms. The highly palatable tablets are used to protect and treat all breeds of dogs.
Pets will take this liver flavored tablet as a treat. If they resist direct intake of the tablet then mix with their food. Start administering one Endogard tablet when the puppy is 2 weeks of age. Repeat at every two weeks until the puppy is 3 month old.
Once the pet is 3 month old, treat him at an interval of every 3 months. It is advisable to treat the mother along with the pups.
For routine prevention of worms in adult dogs, give one tablet at every 3 months. To combat heavy roundworm infestation, give the tablet at every 14 days.
For lactating and breeding female dogs:
Lactating mother dogs should be treated two weeks after the birth of the litter and then repeat the Endogard tablet at every 2 weeks until weaning.
Treat breeding female dogs during mating period, 1 week before parturition and 3-4 weeks after parturition.
|All breeds of dogs
|Mode of administration
|Praziquantel and Oxibendazole