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Equest Oral Wormer Gel - 18.92 mg/g
Equest Gel contains the active ingredient moxidectin and provides horse owners with a safe and effective
single dose control against a broad spectrum of internal parasites, including bots (Bot fly larvae). It also offers
a unique single dose control of all stages of the harmful and potentially fatal cyathostomin (small strongyle)
larvae encysted in the horse’s gut wall and is the only wormer to kill cyathostomin larvae ingested by the horse
for a full two weeks after treatment. Equest delays the re-appearance of strongyle eggs for 90 days, offering
parasite and bot control with just four treatments a year. Equest is also the only wormer to carry on killing small
redworm larvae ingested while your horse grazes for a further two weeks after treatment, cleaning the pasture
of this parasite and reducing your horse’s exposure to re-infection. Equest is also kind to the environment.
With lower toxicity to dung dwelling insects than ivermectin-based wormers, insects can carry on cleaning the
pasture of dung. Equest is formulated as an easy to use, palatable clear gel that melts in the horse’s mouth.
The syringe (included), contains sufficient gel to treat a horse with up to 700kg of bodyweight and is safe for
use in breeding mares, stallions and foals over 4 months old.
Equest Pramox Oral Wormer Gel - 14.4g
Equest Pramox Gel containing moxidectin and praziquantel and provides horse owners with all the benefits
of Equest along with the inclusion of praziquantel which offers additional single dose control of tapeworms.
Equest Pramox is safe for use in foals from 6½ months of age and is recommended for use every 6 months.
When used alongside Equest, it completes a comprehensive, effective worm control programme, requiring
just four single treatments a year (Equest in the summer and winter and Equest Pramox in the spring and
Eqvalan Oral Worming Paste - 6.42g
Eqvalan is a ready-to-use paste for use in the treatment and control of adult and immature roundworms,
lungworms and bots of horses. Regular treatment will reduce the chances of verminous arteritis and colic
caused by Strongylus vulgaris. With its broad spectrum, the product is well suited to be the major medication
in parasite control programs and is well suited to be the major component in a rotational program. Eqvalan
contains the naturally derived Ivermectin as its active ingredient and can be used safely in pregnant mares
and young foals. The syringe (included) contains sufficient gel to treat a horse up to 600kg in bodyweight.
Eqvalan Duo - Oral Worming Paste - 7.75gm
Eqvalan Duo Horse Worming Paste is a veterinary strength solution for the treatment and control of adult
and immature roundworms, lungworms, tapeworms and bots. Containing the active ingredient Ivermectin
1.55%w/w and Praziquantel 7.75%w/w, Eqvalan Duo Horse Worming Paste is administered orally, directly
to your horse using the syringe provided. This is an alternative to double doses or multiple treatments and
takes some of the hard work out of worming programmes. Eqvalan Duo is licensed to control more species
and stages of equine parasites than any other equine wormer on the market. Eqvalan Duo can also be used
(after the first 3 months) in pregnant mares. *It is recommended to use a scale or
Equimax Oral Worming Gel - 7.49g
Equimax is an all-in-one, combination wormer containing two different active ingredients: ivermectin for
worm control, and also praziquantel which is one of the world's most effective tapeworm treatments.
This means Equimax has the best combined efficacy and the broadest spectrum of activity of any wormer.
It is registered for use in all horses that have mixed infestations of roundworms, tapeworms and bots, and
is the only product registered to treat all three species of equine tapeworm. Safety studies have proven that
Equimax is safe to use on all types of horses, and can also be safely administered to foals from 2 weeks of
age. Equimax is a fluid oral-gel, formulated for rapid administration, and a reduced risk of wastage.
The gel is flavoured with green apple to make it especially appealing to your horse. Equimax is presented
in a specially designed syringe that is more accurate and easier to use, and contains sufficient gel to treat
a horse with up to 700kg of bodyweight.
Strongid-P Paste - 43.90% w/w
Strongid-P Paste is a pale yellow to buff paste presented in an easy-to-use, disposable plastic oral doser
containing 11.41g pyrantel embonate in 26.00g (22ml) paste. This broad-spectrrum anthelmintic is for use
in horses, donkeys and foals over 4 weeks of age. It is highly effective against all important gut-dwelling
roundworms found in horses and also tapeworms (when twice the normal dose is used). Strongid-P Paste
is also safe to administer to pregnant mares and stallions, providing the recommendations are followed.
Panacur Equine Guard - 225ml
A liquid wormer for the treatment and control of roundworms of the gastro-intestinal tract in horses and
other equines. It is effective for the treatment and control of encysted mucosal 3rd and 4th stage small
strongyle larvae and is also effective against encysted inhibited 3rd stage small strongyle larvae in the
mucosa. Panacur Equine Guard is also effective in controlling other immature and mature roundworms
including large redworm (Strongylus edentatus and Strongylus vulgaris) and migrating large redworm,
Ascarids (Parascaris equorum), Oxyuris and Strongyloides spp. and benzimidazole susceptible adult and
immature small strongyles. Panacur Equine Guard also has an ovicidal effect on nematode eggs.
One 225ml bottle is sufficient to treat a horse with up to 600kg of bodyweight.
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