Fenben powder is a medication used in animals to treat worms and parasites including roundworms, hookworms, whipworms, and tapeworms. It is also being used by humans as part of a cancer treatment method called the Joe Tippens Protocol.
Indication: Treatment of cattle, sheeps, goats, pigs, carnivores and fur-bearing animals (dogs, cats, ferrets), rabbits, poultry (chickens, turkeys, geese) infected with gastro-intestinal nematodes and lung worms. In addition, fenbendazole is useful in the deworming of fish and crustaceans, such as bothriocephalus. The drug is given orally and mixed with morning feeding.
How to give: Give the prescribed amount of fenbendazole powder to your pet by mouth as directed by your veterinarian. It is typically administered once per month but your vet may recommend a different schedule depending on your pets needs, other medications they are on and/or the issue that caused them to be placed on this medication.
Fenbendazole is available as a compounded medication for some animals, especially those with special needs or who have difficulty taking pills in capsule form. A compounded medicine is created by a veterinarian or pharmacist on an individual basis for a specific animal to ensure they receive the correct dosage of the medication they need. fenben powder