Beaphar worming cream is a pleasant-tasting, savoury paste, supplied in an easy-to-use syringe that eliminates roundworms in dogs, puppies, cats and kittens. Puppies and kittens should be treated for roundworms at two weeks of age. Multi-use pack, suitable for treating whole litters and their mothers. Also suitable for older pets that do not like to take tablets. Can be administered directly into the mouth, applied to a paw, or mixed with a little food. UK authorised veterinary medicinal product.
Active Ingredient: Worming Cream is an oral suspension containing piperazine citrate (25% w/w)
Beaphar Worming Cream is mild and pleasantly flavoured; no fasting or purging is required before administration. It may be administered in the following ways: By dabbing the required amount (see table) onto the nose or mouth, from where the animal will lick it off. Given on a biscuit, or added to a small amount of the animal’s daily meal (give the remainder afterwards to make sure that all the Worming Cream has been taken). Administered directly into the mouth. If your household has more than one cat or dog, feed them separately to make sure that each pet receives the right dose Each graduation of the syringe will dispense the correct amount of Worming Cream for 1kg bodyweight. The syringe is marked with guidelines for each 1kg bodyweight dose. The syringe will treat up to 45kg bodyweight. To administer the correct volume, depress the plunger past the required number of graduations according to the weight of the animal. Warnings: For small animals, weighing less than 2kg, Beaphar Worming Syrup may be a preferred treatment for worms, as the dosing system for this product enables an accurate dose to be quickly and easily administered. This is especially helpful if you have a number of small puppies or kittens to treat. If signs of overdose occur (such as vomiting, diarrhoea, depression, muscle weakness or fits), consult your Veterinary Surgeon and keep the animal warm. Symptoms reverse in 24 hours. Consult your Veterinary Surgeon before treating pregnant animals, or those with a history of epilepsy or renal dysfunction. If signs of disease persist or appear, consult a veterinary surgeon. Wash hands and exposed skin after use. Following accidental skin or eye contact, wash the affected area with plenty of water. If irritation persists, seek medical advice. Following accidental ingestion, drink plenty of water and seek medical attention.