Title: Re: Liquid Safeguard for Dogs

The easiest and most inexpensive, all-around, deworming treatment available is Fenbendazole (Safe-Guard). It is virtually 100% effective against all four types of canine intestinal worms. If you buy deworming medications that are made and packaged specifically for dogs, you will be paying a fortune for them. After reading this article and seeing how often you need to treat your Beagle(s) for worms, I think you may want to follow my lead.

Title: Re: Liquid Safeguard for Dogs

The Safe-Guard Canine Dewormer 1 gram is used for the treatment and control of internal parasites in dogs. It specifically targets tapeworms, whipworms, hookworms and roundworms. Safe-guard is easy to administer and it provides complete 6-month protection between medication. The deworming schedule depends on the climate of your location and the activity of your pet. Safe-Guard Canine Dewormer is recommended for house pets, show dogs, elderly dogs, working dogs, pregnant dogs, heartworm-infected dogs and young puppies over the age of 6 weeks. Each box contains 3 packets and combine other sizes if needed for a 3-day treatment of dewormer.

Title: Re: Liquid Safeguard for Dogs

SAFE-GUARD CANINE DEWORMER(fenbendazole)For dogs only, 6 weeks and older. Safe-Guard Canine Dewormer is a non-prescription formula (same as Panacur) contains 22.2% Fenbendazole for the treatment and control of roundworms, hookworms, whipworms, and tapeworms in dogs and puppies over 6 weeks of age. Dosage is 1 gm per 10 lbs. body weight, mixed daily with food for 3 days. (For a 10 lb. dog, order 3 of the 1 gm packets.)

8 in 1 safe-guard 4 Canine Dewormer for Dogs

Safe-Guard's canine dewormer is a granular medication that can be poured directly on your dog’s regular food. Its active ingredient, fenbendazole, protects against roundworms, tapeworms, hookworms and whipworms. Safe-Guard can be safely administered to puppies that are at least six week of age. Dosage depends on the age and circumstances of the dog. You do need a prescription for Safe-Guard Granules, but it should be administered under the direction of a veterinarian.

Safe-Guard Canine Dewormer (fenbendazole for dogs) | Jeffers Pet


DEWORMER – FENBENDAZOLE 10% (100mg./ml.)
PURPOSE: PUPPY, PREGANT/ LACTATING FEMALES, ANNUAL
TREATS: ROUNDWORMS, HOOKWORMS, WHIP & TAPEWORMS, GIARDIA
AGENT: PANACUR, SAFE-GUARD 10% - 100 mg/ml
ADMINISTER: ORAL DOSE ONLY
Fenbendazole Suspension (common name Panacur®, Safe Guard®) is a broad spectrum wormer that removes and controls a variety of canine worms - is a highly effective wormer that treats and controls roundworms (Toxocara canis, Toxascaris leonina), hookworms (Ancylostoma caninum, Uncinaria stenocephala), whipworms (Trichuris vulpis) and tapeworms (Taenia pisiformis) in dogs and puppies. Comes in a palatable white suspension. Available in 125ml, and 1000ml sizes from a Vet Supply like Revival Safe Guard can be purchased without a prescription.


I use the liquid safeguard for goats. We own a feed and animal health store and on a slow day I sat down with every kind of safeguard on the market. After all of the figuring the goat wormer is the cheapest. A 1000 ml bottle will run you about $100, but will do about 30 average size (50 pounds) dogs. That's $3.33 each at a dosage of 12ml per day for 3 days in a row. You can also get it in the 125 ml bottle for about $15, that pushes the cost up to about $4.75 per dog. Safeguard horse will run you about $9.00 per tube.