A palatable broad spectrum dewormer
Canimax® offers a wide range of protection against the most common worms in dogs.
Canimax® prevents Heartworm infection, often a fatal disease in dogs, if not given the proper preventive measures.
Canimax® is also used to prevent and treat Roundworm, Hookworm, Whipworm, and Tapeworm infections in dogs.
Canimax® is a liver-flavored, palatable tablet and well-liked by dogs. Canimax® is given every 6 weeks, and protects 50% longer than any other regular monthly heartworm tablets, that make Canimax® a cost-effective option.
The recommended dose for Canimax® is 1 tablet/20 kg body weight. Puppies may be dewormed with Canimax when they reach 6 to 8 weeks of age, to be repeated every 6 weeks, as part of the regular deworming protocol.
Pet owners are advised to consult a veterinarian before giving Canimax® to an adult dog. A test is needed to check whether or not heartworm is present.
Canimax® is safe to use in pregnant and lactating dogs.
Canimax® may be given whole or may be crushed and mixed with the food.
Each tablet contains -
Abamectin 0.2 mg
Praziquantel 100 mg
Oxibendazole 450 mg