Consult your veterinarian for assistance in the diagnosis, treatment and control of parasitism. Specific diagnoses require laboratory testing. Dogs can become infected with several different kinds of tape-worms. Safe-Guard® 4 Canine only kills Taenia species of tapeworms. If you continue to see tapeworm segments in your dog's stool after treatment with Safe-Guard® 4 Canine, consult your veterinarian.
Roundworms and hookworms may pose serious human health risks; regular deworming may help reduce those risks.
Safe-Guard® 4 Canine is safe for use in puppies 6 weeks or older and adult dogs, including pregnant bitches. Do not deworm a dog or puppy that is sick. Consult your veterinarian for diagnosis of the illness.
Adverse Reactions: In U.S. clinical studies 3 of 240 dogs (about 1% of the treated dogs) had vomiting associated with the use of the product.
Active Ingredients: Fenbendazole Granules 22.2% (222 mg/g) (in each dosage unit)
The daily dose for Safe-Guard® 4 Canine is 50 mg/kg (27.7 mg/lb) of body weight. You should weigh your dog to make sure you are using the right dose; 1.e. correct gram amount and appropriate number of pouches.
Your dog must be treated with the following dose for 3 days in a row.
Mix daily dose with a small amount of the usual food. Made sure your dog eats all the medicated food. You may need to moisten dry dog food to aid mixing. Repeat the dose for 3 days in a row.
Dog Weight (lbs)
Pouch Size (Daily Dose)
11 to 20
21 to 30*
1 gram + 2 gram
31 to 40*
41 to 50*
1 gram + 4 gram
51 to 60*
2 gram + 4 gram
61 to 80*
Two 4 gram
Combine pouches to obtain recommended daily dosage.
Recommended Deworming Schedule: Schedule may vary depending on the climate where you live and the activity of your dog. The following schedule should be used as a general guideline.
Weaned pups (6-8 weeks of age) should be dewormed at 6, 8, 10, and 12 weeks of age.
Treat the dam at the same time as the puppies.
Dogs over 6 months of age should be dewormed at least twice each year.
Storage: Store at controlled room temperature (59-86°F)