Manufacturer of Antiparasitics for Dogs, Cows and Animals

AdvaCare Pharma is a reliable manufacturer of veterinary antiparasitics. Anti-parasite medication is used for the treatment and prevention of parasitical infections of dogs, cows and numerous other animals.
Antiparasitics for Dogs, Cows and Animals

Veterinary: Therapeutic Class

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Albendazole + Niclosamide Oral Suspension
Albendazole + Oxyclozanide Boluses
Albendazole + Oxyclozanide Oral Suspension
Albendazole + Rafoxanide Oral Suspension
Albendazole Boluses
Albendazole Granules
Albendazole Oral Suspension
Albendazole Premix
Amitraz Dip Solution
Amprolium HCL + Ronidazole Tablets
Avermectin Injection
Avermectin Pour-On Solution
Avermectin Premix
Bithionol Sulfoxide Boluses
Buparvaquone Injection
Closantel Oral Suspension
Closantel Sodium Injection
Cypermethrin Pour-On Solution
Cyromazine Premix
Deltamethrin Pour-On Solution
Diclazuril Oral Suspension
Diclazuril Premix
Dimetridazole Premix
Diminazene Diaceturate + Antipyrine Granules
Diminazene Diaceturate for Injection
Dimpylate Solution
Doramectin Injection
Eprinomectin Injection
Fenbendazole + Praziquantel + Pyrantel Pamoate Tablets
Fenbendazole + Praziquantel Tablets
Fenbendazole + Rafoxanide Oral Suspension
Fenbendazole Boluses
Fenbendazole Oral Suspension
Fenbendazole Premix
Fipronil Flea&Tick Spray
Flumethrin Spray
Furazolidone Tablets
Ivermectin + Clorsulon Injection
Ivermectin + Closantel Injection
Ivermectin Injection
Ivermectin Oral Solution
Ivermectin Pour-On Solution
Ivermectin Premix
Ivermectin Skin Drops
Ivermectin Tablets
Levamisole + Oxyclozanide Boluses
Levamisole Granules
Levamisole HCL + Oxyclozanide Oral Suspension
Levamisole HCL Boluses
Levamisole HCL Soluble Powder
Levamisole Injection
Mebendazole Boluses
Neomycin Sulfate + Sulfadimidine Sodium + Sulfadiazine Sodium Oral Suspension
Niclosamide + Levamisole HCL Oral Suspension
Nitroxinil Injection
Oxfendazole Boluses
Oxfendazole Oral Suspension
Oxyclozanide + Levamisole Tablets
Oxyclozanide Oral Suspension
Piperazine Citrate Syrup
Praziquantel + Pyrantel Pamoate + Febantel Tablets
Praziquantel Injection
Praziquantel Oral Suspension
Pyrantel Pamoate Oral Paste
Rafoxanide Oral Suspension
Tetramisole Boluses
Tetramisole HCL Soluble Powder
Toltrazuril Oral Solution
Triclabendazole Boluses
Triclabendazole Oral Suspension
Veterinary medicine manufacturer of injections, suspensions, powders, boluses, tablets for livestock and pets.


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  • COPP
  • FSC
  • COA
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Manufacturing Locations

  • China, India, United States
*Regulatory compliance may vary according to production standard, import requirements and/or manufacturing origin.
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See why we are a trusted manufacturer of veterinary medications and pet supplements.

AdvaCare veterinary products are marketed by our distributors knowing that efficacy is assured. Such confidence in our products has made AdvaCare the market leader in countries where reliable, cost-effective livestock medications and pet supplements are in high demand.

Dr. C. Wagner

Veterinary Advisory Board

What is the meaning of Veterinary Antiparasitics?

Antiparasitics are drugs used to prevent, control, and treat parasitic infections in animals. In Veterinary medicine, antiparasitic drugs are used to eliminate or reduce the population of parasites, including external parasites like fleas, ticks, and mites, and internal parasites like worms and protozoans.

The efficiency of anti parasite medications varies depending on the type of parasite and the specific medication. Some antiparasitics, like heartworm medicine for dogs, work by killing the parasite directly, while others, like dewormers for goats, act by preventing the parasite from reproducing or disrupting its life cycle.

Veterinary antiparasitics have a wide range of applications and are commonly used in both companion and livestock animals. These anti parasite medications are for both therapeutic and prophylactic purposes, to treat existing infections, or prevent new ones. Common indications for antiparasitic drugs include flea and tick control, heartworm prevention, and treatment of gastrointestinal helminths and ectoparasites like roundworms, hookworms, and tapeworms.

What do Veterinary Antiparasitics focus on?

What are Veterinary Antiparasitics used to treat?

Antiparasitics for dogs and other animals are for preventing and treating various types of parasitic infections. The most common indications for anti-parasite medicine include:

  • Fleas and ticks
  • Heartworm disease caused by parasitic worms
  • Intestinal parasites like roundworms, hookworms, and tapeworms
  • Ear mites
  • Demodectic mange
  • Sarcoptic mange
  • Leishmaniasis
  • Babesiosis
  • Ehrlichiosis
  • Giardiasis

What is the mechanism of common Veterinary Antiparasitics?

Veterinary antiparasitics target the specific parasite that is infecting the animal, like those that target fleas on dogs or worms in cattle. Most anti parasite medications work by interfering with the parasite's normal physiological processes or by directly killing the parasite.

As a case in point, some antiparasitic drugs disrupt the parasite's cell membrane, interfere with its metabolism or DNA synthesis, or inhibit its ability to replicate. Other types target specific receptors or enzymes that are essential for the parasite's survival. All antiparasitic drugs aim to eradicate the parasite or reduce its burden on the host animal to a level that is no longer clinically significant.

What is the importance of deworming livestock like cattle and goats?

Worms in cattle and other livestock, such as goats, can significantly affect their health, productivity, and overall well-being. Regular deworming, using products like dewormer for goats and similar treatments for cattle, is crucial to ensure the livestock's optimal growth and production. Failing to address parasitic worms can lead to decreased milk yield, poorer quality meat, and increased susceptibility to other diseases.

Types of Veterinary Antiparasitics

Antiparasitics are indicated for a large range of parasitical infections. Cattle parasite control and parasite medicine for dogs, cats, cows, goats and other animals come in a wide variety. Here are three specific groupings of anti-parasite medicines explained in more detail.

Antiparasitics for Ectoparasites

Ectoparasiticides are a type of veterinary antiparasitic medication for targeting ectoparasites, such as fleas, ticks, mites, and lice, that live on the surface of an animal's skin, fur, or feathers. These anti-parasitics for cows and other animals kill the ectoparasites on contact or interfere with their ability to feed, reproduce or attach to the host animal.

Ectoparasiticides can be administered topically, orally, or by injection, depending on the specific antiparasitic drug and the type of parasite being treated. Indications for the use of ectoparasiticides include the prevention and treatment of ectoparasite infestations, as well as the prevention of vector-borne diseases such as Lyme disease and Rocky Mountain spotted fever.

Antiparasitics for Helminths

Veterinary antiparasitics for helminths are drugs used to treat parasitic worm infections in animals. They target the worms' metabolism, nervous system, or muscle function, causing the paralysis and death of the helminth. These anti-parasite drugs can be classified as either anthelmintics or vermifuges, depending on whether they kill the worms or simply expel them from the animal's body.

Common indications for these antiparasitics include treating roundworms, tapeworms, flukes, and hookworms in animals. These anti parasite medications are commonly used in veterinary medicine, especially in livestock like cows or companion animals, to improve animal health and prevent economic losses associated with parasitic infections.

Antiparasitics for Protozoa

Veterinary anti parasite medication for protozoa are used to treat infections caused by protozoan parasites in cows and other animals. These parasites can cause various diseases, such as coccidiosis, giardiasis, and babesiosis.

The mechanism of this type of antiparasitic varies depending on the specific drug. Some will inhibit the metabolism of the parasite, while others interfere with its DNA synthesis. The indications for using protozoan parasite medicine for cattle and other animals include the treatment of infections caused by protozoan parasites which cause a range of symptoms, such as diarrhea, vomiting, weight loss, anemia, and neurological signs.

Common Examples of Antiparasitics

Antiparasitics are for the treatment and prevention of parasitical infection. There are many forms of cattle parasite control and parasite medicine for dogs, cats, and other animals. What antiparasitics are available? The following list of anti-parasite medications provides examples of common active ingredients that have antiparasitic properties.

Antiparasitics for Ectoparasites

Antiparasitics for ectoparasites are veterinary treatments for fleas, ticks, lice, and mites. They will either kill the ectoparasites or affect their ability to feed, reproduce or attach to the host animal. - Fipronil (Flea&Tick Spray™) - Imidacloprid - Cypermethrin (CypeCare™) - Pyrethrins - Selamectin - Spinosad - Amitraz (TrazCare™) - Ivermectin (IverCare™) - Nitenpyram - Lufenuron

Antiparasitics for Helminths

Antiparasitics for helminths are veterinary anti-parasite drugs for parasitical worm infections. These anti-parasite medicines either expel the worms from the body or directly kill them. - Fenbendazole (FenbenCare™) - Praziquantel (PraziCare™) - Pyrantel pamoate (PyraCare™) - Ivermectin (IverCare™) - Albendazole (AlbenCare™) - Levamisole (LevaCare™) - Niclosamide - Thiabendazole - Oxibendazole - Mebendazole (MebenCare™)

Antiparasitics for Protozoa

Protozoa are one-celled parasites that cause various diseases, such as coccidiosis, giardiasis, and babesiosis. Some antibiotics for protozoa affect their metabolism or DNA in order to eradicate the infection. - Metronidazole - Ciprofloxacin + Tinidazole (CipzolCare™) - Clindamycin - Atovaquone - Azithromycin - Sulfadimethoxine - Ponazuril - Diclazuril (DiclaCare™)

Why are we a leading manufacturer of Antiparasitics for Dogs, Cows and Animals?

AdvaCare Pharma is a global supplier and leading manufacturer of veterinary anti-parasite medication. Our extensive range includes more than 75 antiparasitic drugs for animals, available in many different dosage forms to meet the needs of veterinarians and livestock farmers. Solutions for cattle parasite control and anti-parasite medication for dogs, cats, and other animals exemplify our commitment to manufacture market-adapted, effective veterinary medicines that successfully treat parasitical infections.

With manufacturing facilities in the USA, India, and China, we are able to leverage our resources to supply distributors in over 65 markets around the world. All of our manufacturing facilities focus on the highest quality standards, ensuring that the most up-to-date GMP regulations are followed. Internal and third-party inspections regularly guarantee that all our products exceed the required standards.