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PRO-Wormer-2 by Drs. Foster & Smith

Drs. Foster & Smith PRO-Wormer-2®
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Frequently Asked Questions

Q.  Does ProWormer-2 take care of tapeworms also?
A.  ProWormer-2 is a highly palatable formulation intended as a single treatment for the removal of large roundworms and hookworms. It is not intended for the removal of tapeworms.

Q.  Can I use ProWormer-2 on cats?
A.  ProWormer-2 is designed to eliminate worms in dogs and puppies only. Drs. Foster & Smith carry Piper Worm Wormer, which is designed to eliminate roundworms in cats and dogs.

Q.  Can ProWormer-2 be used on pregnant dogs?
A.  ProWormer-2 is not for use in sick or pregnant dogs. ProWormer-2 should be used on the mother after the puppies are born to prevent infestation from cleaning up after her young.

Q.  How often should an adult dog be wormed?
A.  Adult dogs that are infested with worm parasites should be dewormed every 2 weeks for 6 weeks or 3 times. We recommend that your pet have an annual fecal exam performed by your veterinarian.

Q.  What’s the difference between ProWormer·2 and Nemex-2?
A.  Both wormers contain pyrantel pamoate, which eliminates hookworms and roundworms in dogs and puppies. ProWormer·2 comes in liquid only and may be added to your pet's food; Nemex-2 comes in liquid and tablet form.

Q.  Do I need to use a heartworm preventive if I give my dog ProWormer-2?
A.  Yes. ProWormer-2 will only eliminate hookworms and roundworms. It will not prevent heartworm. Always make sure your pet is on a heartworm preventive recommended by your veterinarian.

Q.  Why do puppies have to be dewormed so much?
A.  Puppies can become infected with worm parasites while they're in their mother's uterus. They can also be infected by their mother's milk. This is why it is so important to begin deworming your puppies at 2 weeks of age and continue until they have completed nursing.

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