Milpro Broad Spectrum Allwormer Cat 4.4 - 17.6lbs 2 Tablets

Milpro is a broad spectrum allwormer packed with proven and trusted active ingredients. It is highly palatable and comes in small, ovoid tablets with innovative film-coating. Treating pets with Milpro provides protection for pets and their human companions against the threat of intestinal worms.

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Milpro is a broad spectrum allwormer packed with proven and trusted active ingredients. It is highly palatable and comes in small, ovoid tablets with innovative film-coating. Treating pets with Milpro provides protection for pets and their human companions against the threat of intestinal worms.

Dogs and cats can be infected with intestinal worms in a number of ways. They can get it through transmission from their mother during pregnancy or infancy, ingestion from contaminated food, from feces, fleas, skin penetration from contaminated soil, or from close contact with another animal. Hence, using worming products like Milpro, which is a broad-spectrum allwormer, is important as pet owners.

Why Choose Milpro?

  • Treats and controls all major intestinal worms found in cats and dogs, including roundworm, hookworm, whipworm, and tapeworm, including hydatids. When used monthly, Milpro prevents heartworm.
  • Developed to make dosing easier for the vet, pet owner, and pet, to aid in increasing compliance and treatment success.
  • The innovative film-coating is highly palatable, with real liver flavouring,
  • and the tablets are small and ovoid in shape. The tablets may be hidden
  • in food or accepted from the hand.
  • Available in a range of sizes from small kittens to large dogs with scored tables to ensure accurate dosing.

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Animal Type Cat
Possible Side Effects
  • Caution should be taken in the case of concurrent use of the product and
    other macrocyclic lactones.
  • Studies with milbemycin oxime indicate that the margin of safety in certain dogs of Collie or related breeds is less than in other breeds. In these dogs, the recommended dose should be strictly observed.
  • Clinical signs in Collies are similar to those seen in the general dog population when overdosed.
  • MILPRO, given monthly, may be used for the prevention of heartworm infection. In heartworm risk areas, or in the case of unknown heartworm status, an examination for existing heartworm infection prior to commencement of treatment is recommended. The use in dogs suffering from microfilaremia is not recommended. Consult a veterinarian.
  • The safety of Milpro in heartworm positive cats has not been established.
    An examination for existing heartworm infection prior to commencement
    of treatment is recommended. Consult a veterinarian.
Directions for use

General Directions:

  • Animals should be weighed to ensure accurate dosing. Milpro tablets have a liver flavoured coating to increase palatability. The tablets may be hidden in food or may be accepted from the hand.
  • Half tablets may be kept for use in the original blister for up to six months after the first half was used.
  • When administering MILPRO be certain that the entire dose is consumed. Watch for several minutes following treatment to be sure that the entire dose has been eaten. lf the entire dose is not eaten, redose as soon as possible, with the full dose.
  • Fleas are intermediate hosts for tapeworm (Dipylidium caninum). Effective flea control will reduce the incidence of tapeworm.
  • If worm problems persist, consult a veterinarian.

For Cats:

The cat formulation is not suitable for use in dogs.

Indications:

Treats and controls roundworm (Toxocara cati, Toxascaris leonina),
hookworm (Ancylostoma tubaeforme), tapeworm (Dipylidium caninum, Taenia
spp.) and prevents heartworm (Dirofilaria immitis).

  • Adult cats should be treated every 3 months unless lifestyle factors
    indicate a tailored treatment protocol.
  • Pregnant queens should be treated at mating, before the birth of kittens
    and then every 3 months.
  • Nursing queens should be treated at the same time as their kittens.