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Tape Worm Tabs Feline (Praziquantel) 23 mg, 3 Tablets


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  • Removes the common tapeworms, Dipylidium caninum and Taenia taeniaformis, from cats and kittens
  • Sized for easy oral administration
  • May be given directly in the mouth or mixed with food
  • Safe for use with kittens age 6 weeks and older
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Product Details

  • Product Dimensions: 4 x 1 x 4 inches ; 0.2 ounces
  • Shipping Weight: 8 ounces (View shipping rates and policies)
  • ASIN: B00006K14E
  • Average Customer Review: 4.7 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (257 customer reviews)
  • Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #3,271 in Pet Supplies (See Top 100 in Pet Supplies)
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Product Description

Tape Worm Tabs™ (praziquantel) Tapeworm Tablets will remove the common tapeworms, Dipylidium caninum and Taenia taeniaeformis, from cats and kittens.



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Customer Reviews

The next day after giving them to my cats, there were no signs of worms.
Kindle Customer
Since tapeworms can be gotten by a cat ingesting an infected flea we seem to get them every summer.
Jessica Parm
This product worked great and I didn't have to go to the vet's to get it.
Vicki Brown

Most Helpful Customer Reviews

94 of 95 people found the following review helpful By Karen Elting on June 26, 2007
I have six cats so I don't have the money to take everybody to the vet at once. I saw this product in the store more than double what amazon is asking for it. I asked a few "professionals" about it and they all said it doesn't work. I saw one persons review and saw that it was cheap through amazon so I thought I would give it a shot. What's the worse that could happen, it wouldn't work and I would be out $27. (instead of $60 from the stores)

My cats were so infested that they were throwing up the worms. And they lost a ton of weight. Well after 24 hours the worms were completely gone!!
I was watching them like a hawk. After 2 weeks of being worm free my sickest cat has gained half a pound!!

The trick to making it work is to treat all your cats at the same time for fleas and worms. The cats get worms from fleas and rodents and when one cat gets them they all get them. So if you tried this product and it didn't work. Try it again. 48 hours before you give them the tabs treat the fleas even if you don't see any.

I also rubbed the pills in butter so they would go down easier. That made it no problem even with the half pill. My cats suffered for so long that they are so happy now I can't get them to stop purring!!
Please for the health of your cat try these tabs!
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55 of 58 people found the following review helpful By Stacy on September 25, 2005
When I took in my latest stray kitten, I thought I had sufficiently separated her from my other cats before she was dewormed. Well to my shock and horror I discovered a month later that my existing cats now had worms! I could not get an appointment with my vet, so I looked on Amazon and found the Tradewinds Tape Worm Tablets. When the pills arrived in the mail, I was a little dissappointed - they were way too big to get my cats to swallow. They just kept spitting them out. So I crushed them up and added it to some canned wet food. My cats were not fooled. These pills must taste awful to cats because it took me over an hour to hand feed them this stuff. Even so, I must say it was worth it. Within 3 days I no longer had the disgusting experience of seeing those nasty tapeworm segments. It really works. The only reason I give it 4 stars and not 5 is because it was so hard to get my cats to take. A liquid form would be much better.
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51 of 58 people found the following review helpful By Wavescapes on March 2, 2008
MYTH BUSTED !!!
Over the counter vs. prescription.

First of all, the kind that you can buy in the pet store is the same as the prescription kind (at least now you can get it). It must contain praziquantel though. The brand manufactured by TradeWinds / AgriLabs and has the title "Tape Worm Tabs" (blue packaging with a white cat as of March 2008) has praziquantinel (23mg). That's exactly what you get from your vet. I guess only recently has it been available over the counter so previously over the counter stuff was a jack, but not anymore! Retail cost is about $20 bones for 3 tablets. You can find it for cheaper on the web, but then you usually have to pay shipping. Average sized cat will need 1 1/2 tablets. That's it! Smaller cats or kittens need just 1 or 1/2 a tablet depending on weight. If worm signs persist after a month, re-administer dosage.

HOW WE GOT THEM TO EAT IT

We just gave two of our cats (male 12 months, female 7 months) "Tape Worm Tabs". We first tried mixing their dosage into a bit of wet food, which they usually don't eat, but do enjoy as a treat now and then. Well after one taste they knew something was a-skew and wouldn't touch it. Must be nasty stuff!

Sooo... we broke their pills into halves. And basically just put each half down toward the back of their throat and held their mouths til they swallowed (much like a dog). It worked easily no problem! The older larger male took 3 1/2's equaling 1 1/2 tablets (his recommended dose), so he had it done 3 times with no problems. The little one had it two halves twice without a fuss. Some people are weary of choking, but I think if you're careful and administer in small amounts (like 1/2 a tablet) there's not much to worry about.
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16 of 17 people found the following review helpful By Ki-67 on August 9, 2009
Tradewinds is amazing. I gave one and a half tabs to my cat and within 3 days, the segments disappeared and so far it has been several months and my cat has been tapeworm free (no segments seen!).

The tabs must taste disgusting, as I had to put the tabs in some wet food, and whatever my cat didn't finish (he actually ate around one of the tabs), I had to force feed him. Once it went down though, all was well.

The cardboard backing on the bottle indicates how many tabs to give to your cat as the medication must be given according to the cat's weight. My cat was 12 lbs, and that was 1 1/2 tabs.

The tapeworm segments are one of the most disgusting things I have ever encountered *shiver*, and Tradewinds took care of the entire tapeworm issue in a quick manner. The worms die in the cat and are absorbed so you won't see an actual tapeworm come out or see it in your cats feces.

P.S.

Be sure to treat your house and cat for fleas since fleas are the intermediary host of tapeworms (cats ingest the infected flea, and the tapeworm begins his life in the cat and in 2 weeks, that is when you see the segments)!
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