I'm not good at math. Never have been.
I've been using Safe-Guard (fenbendazole) to worm my dogs since God was in short pants. Here is what is driving me crazy, and maybe some of you ed-u-ma-kated folks can help me out. Or those with experience with the stuff... the dose for dogs is 1cc for 4.4 pounds at 100 mg/ml
But that's a LOT of wormer for a dog compared to the size of the horse container. Like, i would use the whole thing for only a few dogs. So, my package today says it is 100 mg/g. Not ml (cc).
I need to know since one is weight and one is volume, what do i do???!!! I have a feeling Butchie, Tuff, Freakie and Thing are going to be VERY wormed... Does anyone have any idea how many cc's I should give at the 1cc per 4.4 with the 100 mg/g.????
Thanks. PS: Don't worry about the dogs, this stuff is "fool" proof - that's why I use it, being a fool!
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