Interceptor Spectrum (Milbemycin / Praziquantel)
Interceptor Spectrum for dogs is a chewable heartworm prevention medication and deworming pill that also prevents hookworms, roundworms, whipworms, and tapeworms. One tablet a month is all that’s needed to give your dog full spectrum worm protection and Heartworm Interceptor Spectrum is one of the worm killer medications that’s especially recommended for owners with dogs that are frequently outdoors. Mosquito bites are how the worm infection is contracted. So how about offering your dog tasty Interceptor Spectrum chews and give them the year-round worm protection they need.
Administering Heartworm Interceptor Spectrum for dogs is as simple as offering your dog a treat. You can hand them these flavored dog heartworm chews and they’ll happily eat them. If for some reason your dog won’t, another option is to mix the tablet into wet dog food.
Never give your dog a chew any more often than once a month, and you should try to give it to them at the same time every month. Interceptor Spectrum for dogs can be administered at the same time as flea and tick medications provided you continue to follow the directions exactly as indicated for either prescription.
Milbemycin oxime / praziquantel
This chewable deworming tablet medication is for animal use only, and is for use with adult dogs or puppies that are six weeks of age or older.
Dogs should be tested for existing heartworm disease before beginning on Interceptor Spectrum.
You must also consult with your veterinarian before beginning use of Heartworm Interceptor Spectrum with debilitated, aged, pregnant or nursing animals. Also be aware that some pets may show themselves to be sensitive to use of this product and if that’s the case you should cease using Interceptor Spectrum chews immediately. Plus, if your pet is taking any other medication it is best to discuss possible interaction risks with your veterinarian before beginning use of a dog dewormer.
Keep out of the reach of children and away from food.
There are no known interaction risks between use of Heartworm Interceptor Spectrum for dogs and any other Rx pet medication but it is recommended to discuss all medications your pet is currently taking when speaking with your veterinarian about worm medication.
Side effects from use of Interceptor Spectrum for dogs are uncommon, but may include vomiting, phlegming, and glassy eyes. Any such symptoms that no do subside or increase should lead you to discontinue use and see your veterinarian.
Product Code : 12839
Not yet rated!
Subscribe & Save
Don't miss out on the exclusive deals we have to offer!