For Heavy Loads

Horse & Rider - - SADDLE CHAT -

If your horse has a se­ri­ous in­fes­ta­tion of en­cysted strongyles (a “hay belly” some­times re­sults from this), ask your vet­eri­nar­ian about a five-day de­wormer to en­sure thor­ough treat­ment. The Panacur Pow­erPac con­tains five, 57-gram (dou­ble-dose) sy­ringes of fen­ben­da­zole; you ad­min­is­ter one sy­ringe daily for five con­sec­u­tive days (ad­just­ing the sy­ringe ac­cord­ing to your horse’s weight). De­worm­ing with a prod­uct like this in the fall can be es­pe­cially use­ful, as it thor­oughly elim­i­nates your horse’s load of large and small strongyles (the most com­mon and de­struc­tive of in­ter­nal par­a­sites) af­ter his ex­po­sure to pas­ture.

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