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Pyrantel Pamoate Suspension 50 Mg 16 Oz Bottle by Generic

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  • Treats infections caused by pinworms
  • Dewormer
  • Convenient 16 oz bottle

Specification: Pyrantel Pamoate Suspension 50 Mg 16 Oz Bottle by Generic

Is Discontinued By Manufacturer

No

Product Dimensions

2 x 2 x 8 inches, 1.39 Pounds

Item model number

1

Date First Available

December 23, 2015

Manufacturer

Generic

5 reviews for Pyrantel Pamoate Suspension 50 Mg 16 Oz Bottle by Generic

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  1. John C

    Greatest thing around for cat roundworms. We adopted [and neutered] a family of feral cats last year, and we did a lot of research on the easiest and best way to deworm them. They can’t be picked up and handled and have a tablet forced down their throats. In the first place, that would be put us in danger or scratches and bites, and, in the second place, we have gained their trust and we don’t want to jeopardize that. We calculated the proper dosage for our now year-old cats weighing about 5 kg each. [We used 0.5 mL of this suspension per cat, but you should do your own calculations for your cats if you plan to use it that way. If in doubt, ask your veterinarian.] We add the 0.5 mL per cat to one ounce of canned catfood each, mix it thoroughly, and feed it to them. That is all there is to it. They eat it with no hesitation at all. We generally mix it the night before, refrigerate it, and then give it to them for their first meal of the day. After the first treatment, we set up a further series of three more doses [one at 2 weeks, the next 3 weeks after that one, and the third 4 weeks after the previous one] to complete the initial round. After that, we treat every 3 months. This stuff is a very good investment and the bottle holds enough for many treatments for lots of cats.

    You should follow your vet’s advice or do your own careful research. Our schedule of treatment may not be for you. This stuff seems to be very effective and it does not harm the cats if properly used. It is safe even for humans [the label gives only human doses]; we tasted it, and it has a pleasant taste that cats do not notice at all when mixed with their canned food.

    Our local animal rescue people have been using this suspension for a long time.

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  2. Pleased Pimk

    worked great and tasted good actually lol

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  3. one2enjoy

    I take care of some feral cats and needed something that would rid the worms in them without me having to catch them and insert a pill. I do apply a topical on the bulk of them yet there is always one or two who see what I am about to apply so they back off. This year was a big one for fleas in my area so I wanted to be ready. I did a ton of research and found a few sites, ran by vets and vet assistance who care to let people in on this little secrete, that this type solution work on pets as well. THE BIG DIFFERENCE IS KNOW THE DOSAGE. Luckily I found a dosage chart at a few sites…..a little tuna and dosage mix to each of them and no more issue. I don’t know if they had them yet they are feral, or rather semi feral now, so treatment was done as a safe guard after my personal cat came down with worms. She is prone to such even though she has been treated with topical for the entirety of being with me. I keep a watchful eye on that so when I saw she had them it meant doing all the cats on this property…if one has them most likely all have them is my thought to this.

    I will state that using this to de-wormed takes a couple of doses yet is still far less costly than buy pet pre packaged items, seeing how I have some many to treat. Most sites that show the dosage chart are consistent as far as volume in which to give yet the recommended follow up can differ. Some state to re-treat after 4 week, others stated 2-4 weeks and some stated after 2 week. I believe the reason for this is due to knowing how bad you cat may have worms. Insects in general have a 21 day life cycle meaning eggs hatch then. Worms in our pets are cause by ingesting the flea which turn into worm which eventually come out via fecal matter which become fleas. With that said treating to break this cycle is important. Waiting 4 weeks may not be an option for you yet is for others. As I stated, my personal cat is prone to this so I treated her after two weeks. As far as any effect on the cats nature…at the sites I read for dosage stated some issue could occur yet for the most part it is a safe way to treat for such. In the 8 feral and my personal cat I saw no ill effect and no worms afterwards.

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  4. Sheri

    I have 6 Olde English Bull Dogs and this product works well and goes a long way. It’s also good for the whole family.

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  5. Shaniquia Bazile

    I’ve been using this product for my dog and it works great. I love the way it smells.

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