Safe-Guard is the same as Panacur. Both products have 10% fenbenzedole.
This is given 3 days in a row.
The bottle is a 10% suspension... (meaning that 10% of it is fenbenzadole)
You have to remember that the medicine is "in suspension" and always shake the bottle lots before measuring it out
The correct dosage for a 10% suspension is taking the dogs weight and multiply it by .22
The advantage of the liquid suspension is that you can be sure that they got the entire dose.
It is one of the most effective wormers... it kills 4 types of worms
It DOES kill TAPEWORM ( Taenia Pisiformis ) from fleas, other worming medicines do NOT kill tapeworm.
Safe for late pregnancy females, lactating females and puppies.
To help prevent worms from the puppies, the reproductive specialists at NCSU recommend giving Panacur 2 weeks before whelping and again about 3 days before whelping, (the second session is to kill whatever were eggs, and did not die when you wormed the first time)