Worms are parasites that compromise your horse’s health. Various types of worms attack the many systems of your horse’s body, causing damage to the mouth, stomach, intestines, lungs, blood and skin, and compromising the horse’s immune system. At best, a high parasite load can degrade the overall look of your horse by manifesting in a dull coat or poor physique. At worst, parasites and their detrimental effects on your horse’s organs can cause colic or death. You can help keep your horse healthy by controlling his parasite load with a targeted deworming program involving fecal egg count analyses and consultation with your horse’s veterinarian.
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Safe-Guard® 10% fenbendazole paste dewormer for horses and ponies is used to control large and small strongyles, pinworms and ascarids. It has an apple-cinnamon flavor for palatability; one 25 gram oral syringe treats up to 1,100 lbs. body weight.
Horse Health Ivermectin horse wormer contains 1.87% ivermectin. This economical paste horse dewormer treats up to 1,250 pounds of body weight.
Farnam® Ivercare horse dewormer is packaged in an easy to use oral syringe that treats horses up to 1,500 pounds. This 1.87% ivermectin paste dewormer provides broad spectrum parasite control to horses of all ages. The Sure-Grip® syringe helps make dosing easy and accurate.
Panacur® PowerPac equine wormer by Merck Animal Health contains a double-dose of fenbendazole. It offers a complete five-day treatment against predominant internal parasites for a 1,250 lb horse. 5 syringes, 57 grams each.
The Quantitative Fecal Test Kit contains everything you need to get a McMaster's fecal analysis. It includes a submission form, instructions, specimen container and a postage-paid return sample mailer. This quantitative fecal analysis is an important test for establishing a baseline and for monitoring any horse on a deworming program.
From Merck Animal Health, the Safe-Guard® Power-Dose® Kit includes 5 tubes of 10% fenbendazole paste horse wormer. This critical care pack is helpful for debilitated or thin horses, incoming horses as a first step in parasite control, competition horses prior to show season, horses about to begin a daily wormer and instances as recommended by a veterinarian.