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Canimax for Dogs

Active Ingredients: abamectin, praziquantel, oxibendazole

A palatable tablet given once every SIX weeks for the control of heartworm and intestinal worms. Presented in a pack of FOUR tablets. Not for use in pregnant dogs. Can be used in pups from 6 weeks of age then repeated every 6 weeks.

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Canimax is used for the prevention of

  • Heartworm – spread by mosquitoes, so all dogs in such areas are at risk, will cause heart & lung disease and eventually death.

  • Roundworm (immature & adult) – causes diarrhoea, vomiting and abdominal pain. In younger dogs it can stunt growth and give them a “pot belly” appearance. As round can be transmitted to puppies soon after they are born, treatment can commence as young as 2 weeks of age. Roundworm can cause disease in humans

  • Hookworm – causes bloody diarrhoea, anaemia & in some cases death; damage the wall of the intestines causing them to bleed internally leading to black faeces. Larvae and be swallowed or simply migrate through the skin. Roundworm can cause disease in humans

  • Tapeworm – The Common Flea Tapeworm, Dipylidium develops in the dogs intestine and can be up to 50cm long. Segments of the tapeworm may sometime be seen in the faeces or around the anus area. While not a major health risk, Dipylidium can cause itching around the dogs hind end leading to scooting and/or anal gland problems. Hydatid Tapeworms, Echinococcus granulosa, are more serious. They are found in areas where dogs and sheep are in contact and pose a serious health threat to humans.


Treatment of Roundworm (Toxascaris Ieonina, Toxocara canis), Hookworm (Ancylostoma caninum, Uncinaria stenocephala), Whipworm (Trichuris spp.) and Tapeworm (Dipylidium caninum,Taenia spp.) including hydatids (Echinococcus granulosus) in dogs. Prevention of heartworm (Dirofilaria immitis).



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You must consult a veterinarian before starting any heartworm prevention as your dog might require testing to establish whether or not heartworm is already present. If the pet is already being treated with an existing heartworm prevention product it is safe to switch to Canimax when the next dose is due.

  • PUPPIES: Commence treatment at 6 weeks of age and retreat every 6 weeks.

  • ADULTS: Retreatment is required every 6 weeks.

  • Dogs should not be fed, or allowed to feed on, offal from any species.

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