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Panacur Equine Paste

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P475
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Panacur Equine Paste

SKU
P475
Panacur Equine Paste is a broad-spectrum worming treatment and preventative for common intestinal parasites.
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Description

Panacur Equine Paste is a broad spectrum anthelmintic for the treatment and control of adult and immature roundworms of the gastro-intestinal tract in horses and other equines. Panacur Equine has an ovicidal effect on nematode eggs and also treats large redworms (Strongylus spp) and migrating large redworm, Ascarids, Oxyuris and Strongyloides spp and benzimidiazole susceptible adult and immature strongyles.

Panacur Equine Paste contains fenbendazole and each syringe offers a complete dose for a horse weighing up to 600kg. It is flavoured with apple and cinnamon and can be mixed with your horses food or syringed directly into the horses mouth.

Each 24 g syringe contains 4.5 g fenbendazole and 0.2% w/w Apple and Cinnamon flavour.

Important: In order to purchase this product you will be required to provide the following information about your animal(s):

(i) The weight of the heaviest animal to be treated

(ii) If the animal is a horse, to confirm if it has or has not been signed out of the food chain

In addition, by accepting our terms and conditions at the point of sale, you are confirming that you have a) used this product before, b) are aware of all relevant and necessary safety precautions, c) will only use the product for its authorised purpose and d) will read all product literature.

What our vet says

"It's really important that you read the dosing instructions before administering this treatment to your horse. You should know your horses weight, worming history - if it's a new horse and the life stage of the parasite. Speak to your vet if you're unsure."