Profender for Cats (Praziquantel / Emodepside)
Profender for cats is a topical worm prevention medication for cats and is one of the more well-regarded cat dewormer medications used in North America. It kills hookworms, roundworms, and tapeworms, and Profender spot-on for cats is ideal for cats that don’t take medication well when it needs to be administered orally. That’s because it’s a topical medication that is applied directly to the cat’s skin beneath its fur and at the base of the animal’s neck. For protecting cats against parasitic worms, you can’t go wrong choosing this medication and trusting it will keep your cat free of these nasty and dangerous visitors.
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Administering Profender for cats is simple, but it starts with choosing the product that is best for your cat - either the Small, Medium or Large size cat dosages based on the bodyweight guidelines given here.
Once every month at the same time each month you will part the fur at the base of your cat’s neck and then apply the entire contents of one applicator pack to the skin. Allow the product to spread and be absorbed on its own. Do not use your fingers or any other implement to spread the solution and allow it to dry naturally. Do not apply the product to any other area of the cat’s body, only the base of its neck (where it is unable to lick itself).
The active ingredients in Profender for Cats are Emodepside and Praziquantel.
Profender for cats is an effective worm medication for cats, but it is only to be used for animals that are ages 8 weeks and up and weighing more than 2.2lb. In addition, this medication is only for use with animals and should be kept out of the reach of children.
Owners should not exceed the once-a-month application guideline for this topical dewormer for cats. If it appears to be less effective than expected, you should have a follow-up appointment with your veterinarian.
While there are no known contraindications or known interactions between Profender for cats and any drugs or other pet health supplements, it is advisable to disclose all medications your pet is currently taking when discussing the use of Profender for cats with your veterinarian prior to him or her writing you a prescription for it.
Side effects resulting from the use of Profender for cats are uncommon, but in some instances, cat owners may see the following as a result of using the medication:
- • Alopecia
- • Diarrhea
- • Excessive licking and scratching the skin near the application site
- • Excessive salivation or drooling
- • Itching
- • Lethargy
- • Nervousness
- • Tremors
Product Code : 13146
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