Strongid Paste Dewormer by Zoetis is a horse dewormer containing pyrantel pamoate. Effective against mature infections of roundworms, large strongyles, small strongyles and pinworms.
- Contains the active ingredient pyrantel pamoate
- Each syringe contains 3.6 grams pyrantel base in 23.6 gm paste
- One 23.6 gm syringe treats up to 1200 lb
- Effective against benzimidazole-resistant small strongyles.
- Safe for horses and ponies, including breeding, pregnant and lactating mares and young foals
- Large Strongyles
- Small Strongyles
- Ascarids (Roundworms)
Dosing & Administration
- To be administered as a single oral dose of 3 mg pyrantel base per pound of body weight
- The syringe has four (4) weight mark increments. Each weight mark indicates the recommended dose for 300 pounds of body weight
- During the first year of life foals should receive a minimum of four anthelmintic treatments. Work with the veterinarian on your team to determine an individualized deworming program
- Deworming is an important part of prenatal care. To minimize the potential source of infection that the mare may pose to the foal, the mare should be treated with Strongid Paste one (1) month prior to the anticipated foaling date followed by re-treatment 10 days to two (2) weeks after birth.
Anthelcide EQ Paste by Zoetis is a broad spectrum horse dewormer that contains oxibendazole. Effective for the removal and control of large strontyles, small strongyles, large roundworms, pinworms and threadworms.
- Broad-spectrum equine dewormer containing the active ingredient oxibendazole.
- 24 gm dial-type syringe containing 0.85 ounces (24g) of paste
- One syringe treats up to 1,200 lb
- Shows efficacy against benzimidazole-resistant strongyles.
- Large strongyles
- Small strongyles
- Large roundworms
- Pinworms, including various larval stages and threadworms
Dosage and Administration
- The dosage of Anthelcide EQ is 10 mg/kg (2.2 lb) of body weight (15 mg/kg for strongyloides)
- Each mark on the syringe delivers Anthelcid EQ Paste to treat 100 lb (67 lb for strongyloides) and each syringe treats up to 1,200 lbs. of body weight
- Horses maintained on premises where reinfection is likely to occur may be retreated in 6 to 8 weeks. Veterinarians are the best source to determine frequency of treatments
- Anthelcid EQ is compatible with carbon disulfide, which can be used concurrently for bot control (GasterophilusÂ spp.) when administered by a veterinarian. Routine carbon disulfide cautions must be observed
- Determine the weight of the horse and dial the correct setting on the plunger. Remove the cap from the syringe. Insert the tip of the syringe into the side of the horse’s mouth between the incisor and molar teeth and press the plunger down as far as it will go, depositing the paste on the back of the tongue