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panacur dosage

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Hi! I am looking for the panacur dosage for kittens. A stray barn cat here on the farm came home pregnant. I am a german shepherd dog breeder- so have background in litters. Anyway- we took her in and she had 2 kittens. They are 3 weeks old now and Id like to worm them with panacur liquid. Just looking for the proper dosage.
Thank you
Callie Smuder
post #2 of 6
As I only use panacur on my horses, I cannot help you. I have never heard of it being used for the smaller animals. Perhaps Sandie or Bad Habit will know as they work with vets?
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Panacur is not labeled for use in cats in the US and it should only be used under the guidance of a veterinarian so before giving the kittens anything clear it first with a doctor. I'm not sure of the proper dosage for a kitten but if you contact your veterinarian they will be able to help you out.
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I will agree, even the vets I work with will not use Panacur in cats. I would talk to your vet about getting some dewormer like strongid T or droncit.
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I have a kitten rescue and specialize in bottle fed babies.  I have used Panacur for years on my older cats.  I buy the horse Panacur at my Vet supply and the dosage is 0.02/lb.  My Vet also gave me liquid Panacur for worms in my 2-3 wk old kittens.  I have never had any adverse reaction from Panacur.

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Do you mean 0.02mg/pound? If so, the concentration of Panacur paste is 100mg/gm. So, if the kitten weighs about 2 pounds, the dose is 0.04mg or 0.00004 g?  How to measure this?

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