Why choose Interceptor™ Spectrum for your dog?
Protect your dog against five of the most common types of worms that infect dogs.
Single monthly tasty chew for easy administration
Available in four different dosing sizes, making it easier to treat dogs of many different sizes with one chew
Prevents heartworm disease and treats and controls hookworms, roundworms, whipworm and tapeworms
Protects against all 5 major worms, not just 2 or 3
Interceptor™ Spectrum protects your dog against not only heartworm disease, but all four major gut worms including hookworms, roundworms, whipworm and tapeworms. That’s more types of worms than Heartgard™ Plus (ivermectin/pyrantel) and Simparica™ Trio (sarolaner/moxidectin/pyrantel).
Ask your veterinarian if InterceptorTM Spectrum is the right choice to protect your dog.
*A. caninum & A. braziliense. Aids in control of U. stenocephala
†A. caninum, U. stenocephala, A. braziliense and A. ceylanicum
**A. caninum, U. stenocephala
‡At time of injection and for up to 4 months after treatment
Maximum efficacy starts with the right dose of worm protection.
Every dog is unique, and yours is no exception. Finding the right dosage is a first step in making sure that your dog's worm protection is effective. Proper administration is also important because it ensures that Interceptor™ Spectrum (milbemycin oxime/praziquantel) can do its job and keep your dog protected.
How to administer Interceptor™ Spectrum
1. Remove one tasty chew from its packaging
Check to make sure that the chew has not expired and remove from packaging.
2. Administer chew
Your dog can take the chew from your hand or with a small amount of food. Just make sure they consume the whole dose.
3. Check for complete ingestion
After your dog has taken the chew, observe your pet for a few minutes to ensure that no part of the dose is lost or rejected. If you suspect that any of the dose has been lost, redosing is recommended.
Interceptor™ Spectrum prevents heartworm disease and treats and controls roundworm, hookworm, whipworm, and tapeworm infections in dogs and puppies 2 weeks or older of any body weight.