Quadriguard

For use in dogs to prevent canine heartworm disease by eliminating the tissue stage of heartworm larvae (Dirofilaria immitis) for a month (30 days) after infection and for the treatment and control of roundworms (Toxocara canis, Toxascaris leonina), hookworms (Ancylostoma caninum, Uncinaria stenocephala, Ancylostoma braziliense), and tapeworms (Dipylidium caninum, Taenia pisiformis).

Quadriguard Description

QuadriGuard™ is a combination of three anthelmintics (ivermectin/pyrantel pamoate/praziquantel). The tablets are available in four sizes in color-coded packages for oral administration to dogs according to their weight (see Dosage ).

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Within 20 minutes of taking it she started a cough/gagging thing. Assumed there was just something stuck in her throat. 10 minutes after the gagging started she started throwing up ALOT. She then collapsed and fell on her side in the grass and was pooping herself. She lost control of her bowels and her gums became stark white. She has always had heartguard. First and last time using this new drug. They obviously have some issues with it! Syringed some Benadryl in her to hopefully help her out. She laid in the grass for about 30 minutes before bringing her in when I knew she was done vomiting and pooping all she could. Carried her into the house and let her sleep the Benadryl off the last couple of hours. She's lucky she was able to throw up the pill. Which is why I feel it is ineffective as she just threw it up anyways.
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Horrible experience. My Maltese started vomiting ALOT within 25 minutes of taking this product. Then his head went backwards and he fell on his back and started rolling all over the kitchen floor. Vomited 2 more time and had several bowel movements. Rushed him to the vet where they gave an injection to stop the vomiting. The vet is holding him there now for observation. HORRIBLE EXPERIENCE!!!!
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Within 1/2 hour of taking the medication my dog began acting as if he did not feel well and would not eat. During the night he vomited several times. Within 24 hours he developed bloody diarrhea and vomiting, salivation and lethargy. I took him to my VCA vet, who did not seem to want to acknowledge that the VCA produced medicine was the cause. Of course, it cost me over $1,000 for the overnight stay, IVs and medications. It seems like a conflict of interest for VCA to produce this medication, have their vets insist that the dog needs to take it and then charge for the significant illness it causes. I won't be using it anymore

Active Quadriguard Ingredients

  1. Ivermectin
  2. Pyrantel Pamoate
  3. Praziquantel

Quadriguard NDC Codes

NDC Quantity Package
50386-0101-06 1 1 Carton
50386-0102-06 1 1 Carton
50386-0103-06 1 1 Carton
50386-0104-06 1 1 Carton
50386-1014-06 1 1 Carton
50386-1015-06 1 1 Carton
50386-1016-06 1 1 Carton
50386-1017-06 1 1 Carton

Quadriguard Structured Product Labels

SPL Manufacturer
fcdfe824-ccbc-4819-b35b-48214fe35ac9 Vicar Operating Inc.

Quadriguard Overview

Overall Rating
Medication Type
Animal
Approval Date
Oct 01, 2012
DEA Schedule
Not Classified

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