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Dironet 500 for dogs

6 tab
Release form :

Dironet 500 - 6 tablets in blister. Outer package: carton

Product benefits:

  • The broadest spectrum antihelmintic effect.
  • High efficiency.
  • Convenient dosage for animals with different body weight.
  • Aromatic flavour in drug composition: fresh meat for dogs and salmon for cats.

Chemical composition and pharmacological properties

1 tablet of Dironet 500 contains pyrantel pamoate - 150 mg, praziquantel - 50 mg and ivermectin - 0.06 mg (as active ingredients), as well as excipients. Dironet tablets are intended for dogs.
The mechanism of Dironet action includes broad-spectrum nematodocidic and cestodocidic effect, activity related to roundworms and tapeworms parasitizing dogs and cats (including Toxocara canis, Т. cati, Toxascaris leonina, Uncinaria stenocephala, Ancylostoma caninum, Trichuris vulpis, Echinococcus granulosus, E. multilocularis, Diphyllobothrium latum, Dipylidium caninum, Multiceps multiceps, Taenia spp., as well as larval development phases (microfilaria) of Dirofilaria immitis and Dirofilaria repens.
Mechanism of ivermectin action involves binding with glutamate-gated chloride channels located mainly in swallowing and somatic muscles. As a result, membrane permeability to chloride ions increases, neuromuscular impulse transmission is blocked leading to paralysis and death of a parasite.
Mechanism of pyrantel pamoate action involves block of neuromuscular impulse transmission, damage of cellular membrane permeability and cholinesterase inhibition also causing paralysis and death of a parasite.
Mechanism of praziquantel action is based on damage of glucose transport and microtubule function in cestodes, inhibition of fumarate reductase and ATP synthesis, increase in cellular membrane permeability and muscular innervation disorder.


Prevention of dirofilariasis, as well as treatment and prevention of canine and feline nematodosis and cestodiasis.


Do not use with piperazine derivatives, as well as in pregnant and lactating animals, puppies and kittens under 3 weeks old. Use in Collies, Shetland sheepdogs and Bobtails under attending veterinarian's control.

Dosage and administration

Nematodosis and cestodiasis of gastrointestinal tract: individual oral administration in a single dose during a morning feeding (1 tablet per 10 kg of body weight or 1 ml of suspension per 1 kg of body weight). Deworming of animals weighting less than 0.5 kg: add 0.3 ml of boiled water to weighted dose of suspension immediately before oral administration, carefully shake and give it to animal. Previous starvation diet and cathartics administration are not necessary. Prevention: quarterly, in dose listed above, as well as before every immunization.
To stop microfilaremia in infested animals administer the drug monthly in therapeutic dose. Prevention of canine dirofilariasis in vernal-estival-autumnal period: in a single dose before the beginning of mosquito flight (March or April), monthly during all the period since April till October and in a month after the end of mosquito flight (October or November) for the last time in the season.

Adverse events

Adverse events and complications are not observed in case of administration as per package insert.


Store Dironet 500 and suspension in closed original package. Protect from light and moisture. Store separately from food and animal feeding at 0-25°С. Keep out of the reach of children and animals.

Pharmaceutical form

Dironet 500 - 6 tablets in blister. Outer package: carton

The information provided in this catalog is for reference only. There may be some changes in the characteristics, packaging and packaging of products.

AVZ reserves the right to make such changes without notice. You can get full information about the updated products from your personal manager or your nearest AVZ dealer.

All drugs for veterinary use from this catalog may be contraindicated and when using it is necessary to familiarize yourself with the Instructions for Use.

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