Piper Worm for Dogs Cats and Animals
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Piper Worm contains Piperazine dihydrochloride which removes and controls roundworms in dogs and cats. Piper Worm paralyzes the worms which are then shed.Single dose is effective for worm control Second dose required in 2 to 3 weeks to remove emerging wormsDirections: 1 tablet per 10 lbs boyd weight. Second dose should be given after 10 days. Reinfestation may occur. May repeat treatment monthly as needed. Animals may be wormed at 5 to 8 weeks of age.Each tablet containsPiperazine Base................................250 mgEquivalent to piperazine dihydrochloride.......462.5 mg
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posted 6 years ago

I've used this an it does o.k. for what it is .But it's to be use about every mo. for out side cats.

Pros: o.k.

Cons: none to date

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