$10.99 to $56.99
Safe-Guard Dewormer Paste
10% Fenbendazole For the control of lungworms, stomach and intestinal worms. Apple Flavor.
Safe-Guard 25 g tube
- treats up to 1250 lb (Labeled as Equine Dewormer)
- for general parasite control in rotational deworming.
Safe-Guard 92 g (3.2 oz) oral syringe
- deworms 4000 lb body weight. (Labeled as Equine Dewormer)
- general parasite control in rotational deworming
- deworming multiple horses in the same barn
- horses weighing more than 1,250 pounds
Safe-Guard 290 g (10.2 oz) tube
- treats 12,760 lb body weight (Labeled for Beef & Dairy Cattle)
- requires Applicator Gun (I6S5)
Safe for breeding stock, pregnant cows, stressed cattle, and lactating dairy cattle and horses. 13-day slaughter withdrawal.
Designed specifically for Safe-Guard 290 gram paste dewormer. Comes with oral hook nozzle for easy delivery.
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View Safe-Guard Dewormer Paste manufacturer and label information
Any use of a product that is not clearly defined on the label directions should be done only under supervision of a qualified veterinary professional.
- Brand: Merck
- Form: Paste
- Active Ingredient: Fenbendazole
"Best value for horses. "
One [290 gram] tube is equivalent to the Power Pak (10 clicks per horse x 5 days). The applicator gave me the heebee jeebies when I first looked at it but after I used it I was pleasantly surprised to see that they cannot spit out the paste, cannot close down on the applicator and do not put up even half the fight they do for regular paste wormers.
We got the largest size of Safe-Guard paste and the applicator gun for our herd of horses. We were skeptical about using the applicator gun, but it was a real winner. Our horses are good about being wormed, but this made it even easier. We lost none of the paste, the horses didn't mind the large tube and odd appliance next to their heads, and it was even a bit fun using it. The number of pulls on the trigger for proper dosage for weight also was a plus. We use this wormer as part of our rotational program and it's been very successful.
"Good product, bad taste!"
I use this in my worming rotation along with pyrantel pamoate and ivermectin. My horses have been worm free, so I have to assume it works! My horses hate the apple flavor. It seems more like sour apple than sweet apple. They doth protest a lot less with the non-flavored wormers. I also like to save the large tubes these come in and use them for administering oral meds I have to mix on my own.
The Safe Guard wormer has always been part of our horse's worming schedule. He gets it every fall and it works well for him. We trust this product and will continue to use it. It also helps that it's flavored.
This is part of our 3 product rotation and it's always the first one we use on a new horse because it gives us good results. Been using it for many years.