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Durvet DURAMECTIN Ivermectin Paste 1.87% HORSE Wormer 1 Tube OTC Parasites

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Duramectin Ivermectin Paste 1.87%

 
 

 

 

Ivermectin Wormer - 1 doses -NEW!

You are bidding on one-dose (1250 pounds) tubes Ivermectin paste wormer.  We use this brand on our horses as well!
 
Ivermectin wormer 1.87% OTC controls 35 species and stages of worms and bots in a single dose, with a wide margin of safety for horses of all ages, even young foals and NO documented parasite resistance in horses.

Ivermectin Wormer is effective in the treatment and control of 35 of the most important equine parasite species, including the following worms that hurt our horses:

• Ascarids/Roundworms
• Bots
• Hair Worms
• Intestinal Threadworms
• Large Strongyles
• Lungworms
• Neck Threadworms
• Pinworms
• Small Strongyles
• Stomach Worms


HoovesandPaws always sells products that are fresh, and have a long expiration date, so plenty of time to use them. They have not been exposed to extreme cold or heat.

 

A horse that hasn't been dewormed regularly can be an internal feeding ground for parasites. Symptoms include a dull coat, lack of shedding in the spring, lethargic and depressed demeanor.  Some have a potbelly and actually look fat, but ribs are also visible. These horses show a decrease in positive attitude, performance, and health because the food they receive is consumed by the parasites, preventing the horse from receiving the necessary nutrition they need to work for you.   Vitamins and minerals are depleted as well.

For most horses, deworming should occur every eight weeks.  We in fact have found great showring results by worming our foals with a VERY SMALL dose on a more regular basis, to tighten up their bellies, and keep the coat sparkling.  Aggressive worming will help prevent those nasty internal parasites from taking hold. In circumstances where the horse is exposed to high parasite concentrations, deworming should take place every six weeks.
 
Having seen a horse arrive at our farm for brreding from Kentucky, and die within two days of arrival due to lack of worming for a long time, we follow manufacturer's and veterinarian directions specifically on our horses.

The wormers have not been exposed to extreme cold or heat.

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    Posted by Unknown on Oct 20th 2017

    Excellent Product, amazing service & fast shipping. Highly recommend Myhoovesandpaws for all animal/pet needs. My orders always arrive perfectly and quickly and the customer service is fantastic.


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