Milbemax Worm Tablets For Small Dogs 2 Pack

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SKU
I248748
Ftw Application Type
Tablet
Care Instructions
Milbemax tablets should be adminstered by mouth. For dogs up to 1kg: administer half a tablet every 3 months, for dogs over 1kg to 5kg: administer 1 tablet every 3 months. This product is intended for animals only, keep out of the reach of children.
Description
Regular worming with Milbemax will keep your dog free of all gastrointestinal worms.
Ingredients
Active consitituents: Each tablet contains 2.5mg Milbemycin Oxime & 25mg Proziquantel

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