Deworming your cat can feel like a necessary evil. Pills and injections are stressful for you and your cat. Profender treats intestinal parasites in your cat with an easy-to-use topical application. A single dose kills roundworms, hookworms, and tapeworms.
Profender is absorbed through your cat's skin via the hair follicles where it enters the bloodstream. Profender reaches the intestine to treat and control tapeworm, roundworm, and hookworm infections. Your cat will be happier living worm-free the easy way.
Key Benefits of Profender
- One topical application is powerful enough to deworm your cat
- Ready-to-use tube makes administering easy
- Easy and stress-free way to de-worm your cat
Who's Profender For?
Cats with ascarids (roundworms), tapeworms and hookworms.
Not for cats under 2.2 lbs, or less than 8 weeks old.
Praziquantel and Emodepside
How Does Profender Work?
Profender's active ingredient, praziquantel combined with the unique compound called emodepside, eliminates intestinal parasites. As soon as Profender is applied to your cat's skin, it quickly enters the bloodstream and travels to the intestines, controlling parasitic worms and eliminating them through your cat's waste.
Side Effects and Warnings
Consult your veterinarian regarding the diagnosis of worms before administering.Use with caution in sick or debilitated cats.Keep out of reach of children. Pregnant women or women who may become pregnant should avoid direct contact with, or wear disposable gloves when applying this product. Allow 24 hours after application before letting children come into contact with your cat.
Let your veterinarian know before combining with other medications, especially flea and tick prevention.
Dosage runs according to your cats weight, typically one full tube is applied directly to your cats skin.
Make sure you're applying to exposed skin with the tip directly and lifting tube away from the skin before releasing pressure on the tube.