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Panacur Wormer for Horses and Donkeys

Panacur Wormer for Horses and Donkeys Panacur Wormer for Horses and Donkeys Panacur Wormer for Horses and Donkeys
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Granules 22% 10.2g Sachets » Single Granules 22% 10.2g Sachets » Single Granules 22% 10.2g Sachets » Single
Guard 10% Oral Suspension (225mls) » Apple And Cinnamon Flavour Guard 10% Oral Suspension (225mls) » Apple And Cinnamon Flavour Guard 10% Oral Suspension (225mls) » Apple And Cinnamon Flavour
Guard 10% Oral Suspension (225mls) » Unflavoured Guard 10% Oral Suspension (225mls) » Unflavoured Guard 10% Oral Suspension (225mls) » Unflavoured
Paste Syringe » Apple & Cinnamon Paste Syringe » Apple & Cinnamon Paste Syringe » Apple & Cinnamon

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  • Granules 22% 10.2g Sachets » Single £5.99
  • Guard 10% Oral Suspension (225mls) » Apple And Cinnamon Flavour £19.99
  • Guard 10% Oral Suspension (225mls) » Unflavoured £20.99
  • Paste Syringe » Apple & Cinnamon £11.99

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Description

Panacur is a widely used and very popular broad spectrum wormer. Using the highly active Fenbendazole, Panacur treats and controls migrating larval and adult stages of all main species of Roundworms, in addition to destroying worm eggs. Given as a single dose or over five days for best results against migrating and encysted larvae, Panacur offers reliable results and is available in an unflavoured paste form. POM-VPS.

The presence of worms can be checked in your horse using a Worm Testing Kit.

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Reviews (71)

Summary of Reviews for Panacur Wormer for Horses and Donkeys

Overall 5
Effectiveness
Ease Of Use
Value For Money
Absence Of Side Effects
71 out of 71 (100%) customers would recommend this product.
5 stars (48 reviews)
4 stars (23 reviews)
3 stars (0 reviews)
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45 Easy to use
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By on 21 January 2020

I thought this product was easy to administer.

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55 Great product for worming
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By on 22 December 2019

Regular order off here .... fairly quick to post out and good genuine products at reasonable cheap prices

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55 Measuring cup
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By on 16 November 2019

Brilliant product mixes in well but where's the measuring cup gone? Ordered 2 boxes hoping to see a cup in one but no. Great product need tge cup back please.

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45 Good value
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By on 9 October 2019

Good

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55 Panacur 5 day treatment
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By on 18 September 2019

Excellent, worked really well

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Q & A

Below are some recent questions we've received regarding Panacur Wormer for Horses and Donkeys, including answers from our team.

4 February 2018 at 8:40pm

Donkeys

Gillian

Is the panacure 5 day wormer suitable for donkeys?

  • VioVet Staff

Yes, Panacur Guard is one of the few wormers licensed for use in Donkeys. It is important to worm for encysted red worm over winter which this product is effective against.

14 November 2017 at 1:13pm

Confused on Dosage

Nichola Elliott

Following on from my question yesterday, ( I have 3 horses to be wormed. What would be the cheapest and with the least amount left over way to worm them. Pony A weighs 250kg pony B weighs 250kg and horse C weighs 450kg. I'm thinking one bottle of suspension and sachets to make up the difference? Thanks)

sorry should have made it clearer, I'm looking to worm against encysted redworm so understand I need the 5 day treatment? All worm counts clear for last 12 months and used equest promox last winter. What do you recommend? Or can I use equest again. Thanks

  • VioVet Staff

In that case you are right- you will need the 5 day course to treat for encysted red worm. Since you treated with Equest last year it would be better to switch to Panacur this year as you intend. The cheapest way (though you can check for yourself) looks like buying two bottles of the oral suspension taking into account that the ponies will need around 100mls each for the course and your horse will need roughly 175mls over the 5 days. If you buy two bottles you should only have 75mls left over which you may find is useful in case of any wastage.

27 January 2017 at 8:41pm

Panacur 5 day guard against Pin worm

Pauline

I have been advised by my vet to give my horse 1 bottle of panacur guard 3 weeks apart for 3 treatments. For pin worm. Is this correct and or safe or a bit over the top. My thoroughbred is 20 years old and I can't seem to get rid of the pinworm.

  • VioVet Staff

Pin worm can be very persistent and is more difficult to kill effectively since it lives in the rectum at the end of the gut. Most wormers are absorbed higher up in the gut and do not reach the rectum in high enough concentrations to be effective. Wormers such as Strongid P or Pyratape P containing the active ingredient Pyrantel tend to reach the rectum in higher concentrations than other wormers and so most effectively killing pinworm. I would agree with your vet that a series of treatments are required- I would do at least 2 treatments 2 weeks apart but a third treatment may be required if you are still seeing clinical signs. It is possible for your vet to take a sample from around the anus using sellotape and placing this on a slide to check for pinworm eggs which will give you an indication as to whether you have eradicated the worms. I have also used an Ivermectin and Propylene Glycol wash applied around the anus to kill eggs that have been laid there. Otherwise cleaning around the anus daily is helpful to remove eggs.

22 April 2016 at 10:14pm

Which panacur product ?

Abby

hi I have a 13 hand Welsh cob who has had a worm egg count which it has been found to be high in strongyle eggs . I would like to know which panacur product would be the best to give over a five day program ? I think the wormer that he has had in the past has failed to protect him from this type of parasite .

  • VioVet Staff

There is some resistance to worming products in the horse population generally. It is also true that many horses are under-dosed so the worm doses given have no chance of being properly effective. This encourages resistance to develop too, with the surviving worms being selected for their ability to survive a worm dose, then they re-populate the horse(s) again from eggs on the pasture.

Panacur might well be effective if given at the correct dose. It does not really matter so much which one you give, they all contain the same active ingredient (= fenbendazole). Panacur is mosts effective if given daily for 5 days, which is the usual way of giving Equine Guard 10% Supension. You need to give 5ml of the product per 65 kg bodyweight daily for 5 days. If you could do a worm egg test a week or so after this is done, you could see if Panacur is fully effective or not in your horse. Whatever product you use, you should try to establish the weight of your horse as accurately as possible and give an adequate dose. It is actually better to give an over-dose than an under-dose with Panacur. Even if you gave a double dose it would be very safe.