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  • Dogswell Dogswell Remedy+Recovery - Pet Wormer

Dogswell Remedy+Recovery - Pet Wormer

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Say bye-bye to intestinal parasites with the Dogswell Remedy+Recovery Pet Wormer for Dogs & Cats. This wormer is su-paw easy to use. Just put it in your furbaby’s food or water, or spoon feed it directly to your pal. It helps to remove large roundworms from your dog or cat’s intestines.


Key benefits

  • Treats roundworms in dogs and cats.
  • Safe and easy to use.
  • Highly palatable.
  • Easy to spoon feed to your furbaby.
  • Can also administer in food or water.


About the brand

Cardinal Pet Care is the Company behind Remedy+Recovery and is a Solar Powered Company Devoted to Pets People and The Planet. In addition to our brand promise of Quality, Consistency, and Safety our commitment to the planet includes the environmental directive: Reduce, Reuse, Recycle and Precycle whenever possible.



Active Ingredients: Piperazine Citrate 275 mg/teaspoon (5 ml), (Equivalent to 110 mg Piperazine Base). Inactive Ingredients: Water (Aqua), Sucrose, Sorbitol, Sodium Saccharin, Caramel, Citric Acid, Sodium Benzoate, Potassium Sorbate, Artificial Flavor.



One teaspoonful (5 ml) per 5 pounds of body weight. Apply directly into infested animal mouth or mix into food, milk, or water. Administer to cats and dogs 6 weeks or older. Repeat treatment in 10 days after first treatment.



Consult veterinarian before using in severely debilitated animals. Do not worm animals more than twice yearly except as advised by a veterinarian. This product is effective for those roundworm stages found in the intestine and does not remove migrating larval stages. Animals should be checked periodically by a veterinarian for the presence of other intestinal parasites.

For oral animal use only.

Do not use Piperazine is a drug with wide margin of safety, occasionally an animal may show nausea, vomiting, or muscular tremors. Such side effects are usually associated with over-dosage; therefore, recommended dosage should be followed carefully. Animals with known kidney pathology should be treated only by a veterinarian Keep this and all pet products out of reach of children.

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