Cesteem is a broad-spectrum dewormer in tablet form. It is used to treat infestations of roundworms and tapeworms.
Ideally administered every 3 months, Cestem guarantees effective protection against all intestinal worms in dogs.
Once your dog has been protected, you can let it enjoy carefree time outdoors and not worry!
- Box of 2 flavoured tablets - S/M or L -
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Infestations of intestinal worms occur frequently in dogs not treated with a dewormer, and the symptoms are not always easy to detect. The only definitive way to protect your pet is to regularly administer preventative treatment against worms, preferably every 3 months (doing so at the start of each season is a great way to not forget).
Cestem is a dewormer that protects your dog against combined infestations of nematodes and cestodes.
Ascaris (roundworms) > Toxocara racanis, Toxascaris leonina
Ancylostoma (hookworms) > Uncinaria stenocephala, Ancylostoma caninum
Trichuris (whipworm) > Trichuris vulpis
Taenia (tapeworm) > Echinococcus Granulosus, Echinococcus Multilocularis, Taenia hydatigena, Taenia pisiformis, Taenia taeniformis, Dipylidium caninum.
Cestem comes as a scored tablet that is administered orally. You can either give the tablet on its own, or add it to your dog’s food. The dog does not have to fast before or after the tablet is administered.
Cestem S/M (for small and medium-sized dogs): 1 tablet for every 10 kg of body weight:
Pet’s weight (kg)
Number of Cestem S/M tablets
3 - 5
> 5 - 10
> 10 - 15
> 15 - 20
Cestem L (for large dogs): for dogs weighing more than 17.5 kg, 1 tablet for every 35 kg of body weight:
Pet’s weight (kg)
Number of Cestem L tablets
> 17.5 - 35
> 35 - 52.5
> 52.5 - 70
Cestem S/M (for small and medium-sized dogs): 1 tablet contains:
150 mg of Febantel
50 mg of Pyrantel
50 mg of Praziquantel
Cestem L (for large dogs): 1 tablet contains:
525 mg of Febantel
175 mg of Pyrantel
175 mg of Praziquantel
It is not recommended that Cestem be used on puppies weighing less than 3 kg.
Do not use on dogs with a known hypersensitivity to the product or one of its excipients.
Do not use on extremely infested or weakened dogs until your pet has been assessed by a veterinarian.
Do not use during the first 4 weeks of gestation if your dog is pregnant. However, there are no contraindications to using Cestem if your dog is lactating.
Wash your hands after use.
Avoid all contact with this veterinary medication if you have a known hypersensitivity to one of the excipients.
If ingested, consult a physician immediately and provide physician with product monograph.
Treat all dogs that are kept together.
Appropriately dispose of your pet’s faeces in the first 24 hours following the treatment to reduce the chance of reinfestation.
Fleas are intermediate hosts for tapeworms. They are often infected with the larvae of these worms, which may be swallowed by your dog when it is cleaning itself. As a result, a tapeworm infestation may recur. To keep worms under control, it is also necessary to keep fleas under control. We recommend a treatment such as Frontline Combo, which not only eliminates adult fleas, but also the larvae on your dog and in its surroundings.