I can't seem to kill the whipworm lifecycle so my dogs need to be dewormed regularly. Panacur works great and is inexpensive. The dogs eat it right up and it doesn't seem to affect their stool.
Nicole from Somerset, PA
17 out of 17 found this review helpful
I get this for my dogs and puppies from my vet. I just had to get some from my vet because my adult dog got worms again from my new puppy and nowI don't see worms in her poop. I got 2 of the 4 gram packets for my 80lb dog at my vet for $ 18 so at my vet its a few bucks cheaper. But if I ever need it again I am ordering it offline so I don't gotta keep gonig into the vet with my dog since she is aggressive. But if you have puppies then get Panacur C because it takes care of all types of worms. I do highly reccomend this.
Amanda from Sharon,CT
12 out of 13 found this review helpful
With any wormer it needs 2 rounds to be affective. Panacur is the best as it works on so many intestinal parasites. You do 3 days of treatment and then repeat in 3 weeks. if you get it from a vet or get the over the counter type...you need to repeat in 3 weeks.
Christine from New York, NY
24 out of 24 found this review helpful
I was prescribe this medicine by the vet and purchased it from the vet for $60.00 I had to give my dog the 4 gram packet, 2 packets for 5 days. If I would of known it was available here for half the price I would of purchased it from Dog.com. But it is a great Med and my dog is doing much better. Dog.com has great prices
Angie from Spokane, WA
9 out of 9 found this review helpful
My dog has had a LOT of tapeworm segments coming out in her poo. Took panacur and it was only relieved for about 3 weeks, and then the segments showed up in the poo again - obviously did not knock out the original adult tapeworm. Might be better for smaller tapeworms or tapeworm eggs in puppies than more severe infestations. We have an animal hoarder living next door so there is lots of exposure.
Martha Lemburg from Jackpot, NV
18 out of 35 found this review helpful
This stuff works grate thanks...
Rachel H from Houston, Tx
53 out of 102 found this review helpful
We have been using PanacurC for deworming our puppies and it is fabulous !
Julie from Clayton, GA
87 out of 171 found this review helpful
This does not work on tapeworms unless your dog has gotten the tapeworms from eating a rabbit. Make sure you read the label!
Tammy from Lemberger
86 out of 166 found this review helpful
I used PanacurC to get rid of Giardia in a kennel situation and it worked great. It only took three days to get rid of it all and I had healthy puppies. Not to mention it took care of de worming my puppies too.
VGH from Northern Minnesota
152 out of 273 found this review helpful
I was first introduced to Panacur by my vet, but it was at least double the cost! I found Dog.com and ordered the next wormer dosing from here. Decent price and it works great. I have 4 dogs that are well treated with Panacur.
JKC from Clayton, GA
39 out of 67 found this review helpful
I purchased this product for my dogs to take care of tapeworms and they were back in a few weeks. When you go on the CDC website, the only remedy for tapeworms listed is Prazaiquantel. My dogs do not have fleas and havent had fleas for years so the only conclusion I can come to is that it just flushed the tapeworms.
Genji from Kentucky
9 out of 15 found this review helpful
I have used Panacure for years - it is faboo!
144 out of 280 found this review helpful