Dewormer Solutions Roundworm Treatment for Dogs

Pro·Sense Roundworm Dewormer Solutions is an easy-to-administer liquid dewormer. Simply follow the steps below to treat your dog or puppy (6 weeks or older).

  • For the Treatment and Control of Roundworms
  • For Dogs and Puppies 6 Weeks and Older
  • Easy-to-Administer Liquid Dewormer
For a proactive approach to your dog’s overall wellness, add a Pro·Sense Vitamin Solution to your daily routine.
Properly weigh dogs and puppies (see below for instructions). Dogs and puppies (6 weeks or older): ½ teaspoon (tsp) per 5 lbs of body weight. After initial dose on day one, do not administer again until day 14. On day 14, repeat initial dose. Then administer every 30 days to prevent reinfestation. Treatment should be given shortly after pet has eaten or with food. Dosage may be given directly or added to food. For multiple pet households, give directly to individual dog or puppy to ensure proper dosage.
  1. Properly weigh dog
    • Individually weigh yourself
    • Weigh you and your pet and subtract the difference to get their weight
  2. Divide pet weight by 5 lbs
    • Example: 20/5 = 4 x ½ Teaspoons
  3. Administer the appropriate amount of ½ teaspoon (tsp) per 5 lbs of body weight to dog utilizing provided ½ teaspoon (tsp)
  4. Mix dose into food or give directly
  5. Repeat 14 days later
  6. Repeat every 30 days to prevent reinfestation
Other Information:
Store between 20-25ºC (68-77ºF).

Active Ingredients:
250 mg Piperazine base as Piperazine Citrate, per each teaspoon (5 mL)

Inactive Ingredients:
Caramel Color, Flavor, Glycerine, Methylparaben, Potassium Sorbate, Sugar, Vanillin, Water
4 FL OZ (118 mL)
For use in dogs or puppies only. Effective against large roundworms (Toxocara canis and Toxascaris leonina).
Do not deworm a puppy under 6 weeks of age. Never deworm a sick dog or puppy. Consult your veterinarian in the diagnosis, treatment and control of parasitism. Not recommended for dogs under 5 lbs of body weight. Not recommended for pregnant or nursing females. Dogs or puppies over 1 year old should have a recent negative heartworm blood test before deworming.
Although piperazine has a high degree of safety, an animal may occasionally show nausea, vomiting or muscular tremors. Such side effects are usually associated with over dosage; therefore, the recommended dosage should be followed carefully. If symptoms occur, consult a veterinarian immediately. Keep closed when not in use. KEEP THIS PRODUCT OUT OF THE REACH OF CHILDREN AND PETS TO AVOID UNINTENDED CONSUMPTION.