Panacur Paste, 25 g

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Panacur Paste, 25 g

Panacur Equine Dewormer Paste contains 10% Fenbendazole. For use in horses. Safe for pregnant mares, stallions, and foals. Read More

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Panacur Equine Dewormer Paste

Panacur Equine Dewormer is a 10% Fenbendazole Paste for the safe and effective elimination of large and small strongyles, roundworms, and pinworms. Ideal Wormer for your horses!

Safe for pregnant mares, stallions, and foals.

Apple-Cinnamon flavor. Each tube will treat 1,100 lb.

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  • Brand: Merck
  • Form: Paste
  • Active Ingredient: Fenbendazole

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  1. 5.0 out of 5 stars

    "Becca in La"

    Had trouble treating my horse for worms. Once dose of the Panacur and I have seen a difference in my horse! No more worms and Even his coat appears to be slick and shiny now. I would recommend this dewormer.

  2. 5.0 out of 5 stars


    Our vet recommended this a year ago and our boer goats prefer its taste over Safeguard.

  3. 5.0 out of 5 stars

    "panacur fenbendazole horse wormer paste"

    Vet recommended rotation wormer. I have used this wormer in my rotation program for34 years. It works! All my horses look good and are healthy. That's what it is all about and the price is very reasonable.

  4. 5.0 out of 5 stars

    "my equines love the flavr"

    My animals prefer Panacur to Safeguard and that was a chalenging learning experience - so altthough a higher price; it is worth not having the dificulties described below. I also give them cinnamon hard candy as occasional treats. My difficult o wom mare literally wil take the Panacur ube to make sure she gets it all!

  5. 2.0 out of 5 stars

    "Not Good"

    I'm sure this wormer works well but my horse hated the taste! My horse will eat anything and is good with dewormer, but as soon as I started to dispense the paste into my horse's mouth she locked her mouth shut and would not open her mouth or chew on it like her and others horses do. When I finally got the paste in her mouth she looked at my like how dare you put this vile tasting paste in my mouth! I think it was the cinnamon because I have never given her a wormer with that flavor and had never had any problems. So even though it is probably a good product I will not make my horse suffer through the taste again.

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