Benefits: Panacur acts as an immune system stimulant (by stimulating the bone marrow); it is antifungal and a gut astringent. It is a very effective treatment for ulcers of the esophagus, stomach and gut. It can also act as a facilitator for antibiotics and white blood cells to penetrate scar tissue and chronically infected tissue.
What: Treating the dog with a dose of Panacur (fenbendazole 10%, 100mg/g) at a rate of 1g per 10 lbs. a day for 3 days. Then repeat the 3 day protocol in two weeks. The powder can be mixed with wet food, yogurt or by adding water and dosing directly or mixing this solution with dry food.
When: Given at least twice a year. Can be given each month for 3 days for persistent problems.
Indications: For the control of roundworms, hookworms, whipworms and some types of tapeworms. Panacur is particularly effective against Giardia, chronic low-grade Candida yeast and many fungal infections.
Side Effects: Some dogs may have vomiting and nausea. If the dog is infested with a lot of worms, it may have diarrhea, but this is rare.