A worm treatment for dogs that offers safety & efficacy
Safe-Guard® is safe for:
- Dogs of all breeds
- Puppies (at least 6 weeks of age)
- Pregnant females
- Older dogs
- Dogs currently taking other medications, including monthly heartworm prevention products, which are not effective against all major types of dog intestinal worms.
Safe-Guard® is the only broad-spectrum canine dewormer with no warnings or contra-indications*.* Approximately 1% of dogs had vomiting associated with the use of the product.
- Safe-Guard® dog worming granules are available in three sizes of convenient single-dose packets (1 gram, 2 grams and 4 grams), for precise dosing.
- Just pour Safe-Guard® granules over your dog’s regular food for three consecutive days, twice a year. (Click here to watch video.)
- Safe-Guard® Canine Dewormer is available without a prescription at retail pet supply stores, as well as feed and hunting outlets, and online retailers.
- Just click to access our store locator tool, or to order online.
- You can even sign up for our free online reminder service, to receive notification when it’s time to repeat your dog worming treatment. Let us remember for you!
What if you already give your dog a monthly heartworm prevention product?
Monthly heartworm prevention programs are highly recommended by most animal health practitioners, especially if you live in areas where infection is more prevalent.
As you may know, many of these products also protect your dog against other internal and external parasites – for examples fleas and some dog intestinal worms – in addition to heartworm.
What you may not know is that most of these monthly heartworm products do not protect your dog against all major canine intestinal parasites.
Safe-Guard® Canine Dewormer does. And, because it has no known interactions with other medications, it can safely be administered along with your dog’s monthly heartworm program.
In fact, both products complement each other very well, for more complete parasite protection... and greater peace of mind.
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