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Fenpral Dog Allwormer 10kg - 100 tablets

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Fenpral Allwormer for Small Dogs 10kg is dosed at 1 tablet per 10 kg of body weight,once every 3 months. Each tablet contains 50mg Praziquantel, 144mg Pyrantel Embonate, and 250mg Fenbendazole.

Fenpral is used for the control of all gastrointestinal worms in dogs including: Roundworm, Hookworm, Whipworm, Tapeworm and Hydatid Tapeworm


Each tablet contains 50mg Praziquantel, 144mg Pyrantel Embonate,
250mg Fenbendazole


Administer a single dose by mouth. Weigh dog to determine dosage, giving one (1) tablet per 10kg bodyweight, rounding up to the nearest tablet. Treatment is best given after a meal in the morning.


Hydatid tapeworm: Dogs should not be fed, or allowed to feed on, offal from any species. Dogs in hydatid area should be treated every 6 weeks

Other tapeworms: Treat every 3 months

Roundworm and hookworm: Treat at 2,4,8 and 12 weeks √' thereafter every 3 months

Whipworm: treat every 6 to 8 weeks after 3 months of age.

Pregnant bitches: treat at mating, before whelping and then every 3 months.

Available in 40 kg tablet for larger dogs. (See separate entry)

Customer Reviews

Based on 4 reviews

Great that they have this product.

Catherine Borg (Goulburn, AU)

Weven used Fenpral on many occasions, its what our vets use. We do however swap between different wormers. Im please to be able to buy bulk as being a breeder it can become expensive to but smaller packets or individual wormers. Very happy with produce and always happy with VetnPetDirect and there services.

Richard Costen (Melbourne, AU)

We have been using Fenpral for quite a few years & have found it to be a very good product.

Jamie Thomson (Sydney, AU)
Fenpral doesnt work

My dog has tapeworms, if the wromign tablets worked then i should see dead worms. A week after the tablet and every single poo has had live worms in it with no evidence to suggest it is reducing. Product doesnt work as advertised.

Hi Jamie, If you have given the correct dosage, then we strongly recommend taking your dog to see your vet. Resistance to the active ingredients in some wormers is possible (thus you will achieve a similar result regardless of the brand of wormer if the active ingredients are the same.). Its also possible that the tapeworms you are seeing are spirometra tapeworms which require a stronger dose. Your vet is best to guide you on this.