Safe-Guard 57g Fenbendazole Powerdose 5-Dose

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Safe-Guard 57g Fenbendazole Powerdose 5-Dose

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Product Summary:

PowerDose Pack includes: (5) 57gm Tubes

Safe-Guard® (fenbendazole) Paste 10% contains the active anthelmintic, fenbendazole. Each gram of Safe-Guard Paste 10% contains 100 mg of fenbendazole and is flavored with artificial apple-cinnamon liquid.

Size: 5 double dose tubes per pack - each tube containing 57 gram paste 10% (100 mg/g). Tube size is 4" and the nozzle is 1½".
 
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Does a great job cleaning one out if needed, and will improve body condition.
Kate B on Jul 16, 2015
It's a produce Clinton Anderson reccomends and we love Clinton. Plus we have used the product alone before and not the Powerdose
Doreen J on Jun 23, 2014
Needed powerdose for horse. Good price. Only needed half so donated other half for someone who needed and could not afford.
Leslie C on Oct 28, 2014
The local feed store didn't carry the 5 day
Peggy H on Feb 5, 2014
If I do the power dose in the fall and spring, do I have to worm throughout the year as well?
Jan B on Nov 7, 2014
Best Answer: I agree to do a fecal annually and consult your vet for an appropriate rotational worming. That said, Zoetis is recommending less worming than the old 1960's schedule of every 8 weeks because parasites are building a resistance to wormers, particularly ivermectrin, and there are no new wormers in development. They also recommended replacing the powerdose rotation with Quest Plus in whatever dose matches your horse's weight.
Reply · Report · Alice S on Dec 1, 2014
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What wormer should I use if the horse hasn't been wormed in two years?
A shopper on Feb 22, 2015
Best Answer: Our Equine Worm Test@Home Kit (item E013361) can help you more specifically determine your horse's parasite load, and we also always recommend checking with your veterinarian. It's rarely advisable to administer dewormer without knowing what you're targeting.
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