Dronspot Spot On Wormer Pack of 2

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About the product Dronspot Spot On Wormer Pack of 2

Worms are easy for your cat to pick up. Roundworms and tapeworms are the two main types of intestinal worm that affect cats living in the UK. Dronspot also treats hookworm (often grouped under roundworm). But you might not even know your cat has them because symptoms aren’t always easy to spot. But Dronspot spot-on wormer for cats makes worms easy to treat.


Dronspot works fast to fight intestinal worms. It kills every type of intestinal worm commonly found in UK cats, helping your furry feline get back to their adventures in no time. And as this is a spot on applicatiion Dronspot provides fuss-free worming for your cat.

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What’s the correct dosage for my cat?

It depends on how much she weighs. There are three different size Dronspot pipettes; correct dosing is detailed below:

Body weight of cat (kg): ≥ 0.5 - 2.5, Pipette size to be used: Dronspot for Small Cats, Volume (ml) 0.35 (1 pipette)
Body weight of cat (kg): > 2.5 - 5, Pipette size to be used: Dronspot for Medium Cats, Volume (ml) 0.7 (1 pipette)
Body weight of cat (kg): > 5 - 8, Pipette size to be used: Dronspot for Large Cats, Volume (ml) 1.12 (1 pipette)
> 8kg use an­­­ appropriate combination of pipettes. 

How often do I need to worm my cat with Dronspot?

It is recommended that an adult cat is treated for intestinal worms at least every three months. However, there may be situations when more frequent treatment is necessary, for example if your cat regularly hunts monthly treatment may be recommended. Speak with your vet regarding suitable worming frequency for your cat.


Dronspot contains two active ingredients: praziquantel and emodepside. These ingredients are effective and well-tolerated by cats –working together to kill intestinal worms.

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