Panacur Equine Paste
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About the product Panacur Equine Paste
Panacur Equine Oral Paste for the treatment and control of adult and immature roundworms of the gastro-intestinal tract in horses and other equines. Panacur Equine Paste may be mixed with your horse’s food or syringed directly into the horses mouth. You can download the Panacure Equine Paste datasheet here: Panacur Equine Paste Datasheet
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How To Use
Administer orally, one syringe contains a dosage for a 600 kg bodyweight. The syringe is clearly marked out by 100 kilograms of body weight. If your horse is heavier than 600kg, use one full syringe plus an additional 100kg syringe mark for every extra 100kg of bodyweight.
Panacur Equine Paste should be administered orally by squeezing the paste from the syringe onto the back of the tongue. No dietary control is required before or after treatment. To ensure administration of a correct dose, body weight should be determined as accurately as possible; accuracy of the dosing device should be checked.
All horses should be routinely wormed with the single dose of Panacur Equine Paste every 6-8 weeks.
Increased dosing for specific infections:
For the treatment and control of migrating and tissue larval stages of large strongyles, encysted mucosal 3rd and 4th stage small strongyle larvae and encysted inhibited 3rd stage small strongyle larvae in the mucosa, administer 1 syringe per 600 kg bodyweight daily for five days (= 7.5 mg fenbendazole/kg bodyweight daily for 5 days).
Single dose treatments:
For the treatment and control of encysted mucosal stages of small strongyles administer 1 syringe per 150 kg bodyweight (= 30 mg fenbendazole/kg bodyweight).
For the treatment and control of migrating stages of large strongyles administer 1 syringe per 75 kg bodyweight (= 60 mg fenbendazole/kg bodyweight).
For the treatment and control of Strongyloides westeri in sucking foals administer 1 syringe per 90 kg bodyweight (= 50 mg fenbendazole/kg bodyweight).
Treatment of encysted inhibited and encysted mucosal dwelling larvae should be performed in the autumn (ideally late October/November) and again in the spring (ideally in February). However, for horses who fail to maintain condition or bought-in horses with unknown worming history, the treatment can be given at any time of the year.
Each 24g syringe contains 18.75% w/w Fenbendazole.