Quest 20mg Moxidectin Single Dose Gel Wormer

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Quest 20mg Moxidectin Single Dose Gel Wormer

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Product Summary:

Quest®  20 mg Moxidectin Single Dose Gel Wormer
by Zoetis, formerly Pfizer

Quest® Gel Moxidectin provides horse owners worldwide with effective control against a broad spectrum of internal parasites, including bots. Quest® delays reappearance of strongyle eggs for 84 days, permits parasite and bot control with only four treatments per year, is the only dewormer that kills small strongyles in the encysted state with a single dose, and is formulated as an easy-to-use, clear gel that offers less mess and less stress on horses and their owners.
This product should be given to foals, ponies, and miniature horses with caution because overdose can lead to serious reactions. Please consult your veterinarian for assistance in the diagnosis, treatment and control of parasitism. 

Item Specifications:

Size:
0.4 oz (11.3 g) moxidectin gel


Administration and Dosage:
Quest®  2% Equine Oral Gel is specially formulated as a palatable gel which is easily administered to horses and ponies. Quest®  Gel is packaged in ready-to-use Sure-Dial syringes. The syringe is calibrated in 50-pound increments, up to 1150 pounds. This enables the administration of the recommended dose level of 0.4 mg moxidectin/kg body weight by choosing a setting consistent with the animal's weight.

Precautions:
Quest®  2% Equine Oral Gel has been formulated specifically for use in horses and ponies only. This product should not be used in other animal species as severe adverse reactions, including fatalities in dogs, may result.

Storage:
Store at or below 77 degree F. Avoid freezing. If frozen, thaw completely before use. Store partially-used syringe with the cap tightly secured.


 

Additional Information:
QUEST® Gel
(moxidectin)

2% Equine Oral Gel - Contains 20 mg moxidectin/mL (2.0% w/v)

DEWORMER & BOTICIDE
FOR ORAL USE IN HORSES AND PONIES SIX MONTHS OF AGE AND OLDER

To report adverse drug reactions or to obtain a copy of the Material Safety Data Sheet (MSDS) call (800)477-1365.

 

PRECAUTIONS
QUEST® 2% Equine Oral Gel has been formulated specifically for use in horses and ponies only. This product should not be used in other animal species as severe adverse reactions, including fatalities in dogs, may result.

WARNINGS
Extreme caution should be used when administering the product to foals, young and miniature horses, as overdosage may result in serious adverse reactions. Do not use in sick, debilitated, or underweight animals. Do not use in horses or ponies intended for food.

 

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for flies not treated with ivermectin
LEROY K on Aug 31, 2015
Recommended by my vet
ELEANOR E on Jul 20, 2015
Only needed once each Aug in rotation. We use the Zimecterin Gold in May for tapeworm control. Then the plain Ivermectin in Nov and Feb.
NANCY R on Aug 5, 2015
vet recommended for ivemectin resistant worms anneurysms in 4 of my horses.
KATHY G on Jun 15, 2015
is it safe for pregnant mares?
A shopper on Jan 24, 2015
Best Answer: No not for pragnat or nursing mare. It must be dosed by the directions for all horses. Do not use it if you horse has a high infestation. It kills everything and can cause an impaction collic.
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Wormer for pregnant mares?
A shopper on Jul 22, 2015
Best Answer: Sorry but I can't help with this question. We have 2 mares but neither have been pregnant while we have owned them so I don't know which dewormer would be best.
Reply · Report · LORI K on Jul 23, 2015
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What can I use to remove pin worms?
A shopper on Feb 14, 2015
Best Answer: All the general wormers , Ivermectin, Pyrantel Payomates, Fenbedazoles will get rid of pin worms. The trick with pin worms is that to break the cycle you need to worm your horse and then worm him again in 4 weeks. Because the pin worm leaves the horse and go lays it's eggs on the outside anus at night, those eggs are not killed when you worm him. They hatch and crawl back in and you still have the problem. Also helps to scrub his anus with a tar based soap, or what ever you have to try and remove what ever eggs you can get off.
Reply · Report · PAT L on Feb 14, 2015
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