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® Gel Single Dose Wormer
by Zoetis, formerly Pfizer  
Packaged in ready-to-use Sure-Dial syringes, Quest® Gel is a specially formulated palatable gel that is easily administered to horses and ponies. It provides horse owners with effective control against a broad spectrum of internal parasites including large and small strongyles, encysted cyathostomes, ascarids, pin worms, hair worms, large mouth stomach worms and bots. It is an excellent all-around wormer for horses and ponies 6 months of age or older.  It treats up to a 1500 lb horse.  Quest® also delays reappearance of strongyle egg production through 84 days with one administration of the recommended dose rate.
  • Contains 20 mg moxidectin/mL (2.0% w/v)
  • Effective treatment of large and small strongyles, encysted cyathostomes, ascarids, pin worms, hair worms, large mouth stomach worms and bots
  • One dose also suppresses strongyle egg production through 84 days
  • For horses and ponies 6 months of age or older
  • Can be used  on breeding mares and stallions and foals six months of age or older
  • Syringe calibrated in 50 lb. increments
  • Treats up to 1,500 lb. body weight
Item Specifications:
0.5 oz (14.4 g) syringe – 20 mg moxidectin gel per ML
Administration and Dosage:
Each syringe is calibrated in 50 lb. increments, up to 1500 pounds. This enables the administration of the recommended dose level of 0.4mg moxidectin/kg body weight by choosing a setting consistent with the animal's weight.
Directions for Use:
Please refer to “Product Label Information” listed under Downloadable Resources to the right of the product summary.
Quest® 2% Equine Oral Gel has been formulated specifically for use in horses and ponies six months of age and older only. It is not to be used in other animal species as severe adverse reactions may result.
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.
For additional product information, please see clickable links listed under Downloadable Resources to the right.    
Downloadable Resources
Product Label InformationManufacturer Information
MSDS SheetManufacturer Information
Item Number Model Number UPC
SLT790110 090892 42744610
Additional Information:

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Recommended for this time of year treatment
DESIREE T on May 23, 2018
This dewormer is part of the rotation of paste I use.
charlotte j on Feb 25, 2018
Recommended for this time of year treatment
DESIREE T on May 23, 2018
Recommended by my vet.
P A on Apr 7, 2018
This dewormer is part of the rotation of paste I use.
charlotte j on Feb 25, 2018
the best for the money!
RON H on Oct 7, 2017
the gel just melts in their mouths, less likely to push it out with a tongue.
Gary B on Aug 1, 2017
vet told me to use
P A on Jul 24, 2017
The price.
ESTHER P on Jun 23, 2017
Needed wormer for my horses........Why else?
KRISTINE H on Jan 18, 2017
time to worm w/this product
alison w on Dec 13, 2016
I order this worming series for my horse every year near the end of the year as recommended by a vet. And also for a friend and her horse.
G J P on Dec 1, 2016
Good rotation product.
Holly W on Nov 26, 2016
Recommended by DVM DO for worming aneurysm protocol
DORIE LU S on Sep 19, 2016
We've been using Quest for years and is highly recommended by our veterinarian.
Jill G on Sep 9, 2016
want to get rid of all the worms
LINDA R on May 21, 2016
Recommended by my vet.
Peter M on Apr 29, 2016
You were out of Anthelcide EQ, so I thought I would try this.
Dennis B on Nov 21, 2015
its is very effective
JENNY M on Nov 5, 2015
I have donkeys who will spit out paste. This gel works great!
PAMELA W on Oct 12, 2015
for flies not treated with ivermectin
LEROY K on Aug 31, 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
Recommended by my vet
ELEANOR E on Jul 20, 2015
vet recommended for ivemectin resistant worms anneurysms in 4 of my horses.
KATHY G on Jun 15, 2015
I choose this product because it works really well... Horses stay healthy and have beautiful coats.feel good..Healthy horse .. happy horse :)
MARY B on Mar 15, 2015
My vet suggested using Quest in my horses worming cycle
Josephine I on Feb 10, 2015
i was alerted that this causes issues in some animal, so i have not used it
NANCY L on Feb 2, 2015
I have 4 horses that need to be wormed in march
RUTH B on Jan 16, 2015
Necessary to round out rotational worming
BONNIE M on Jan 12, 2015
excellent product
Loretta H on Nov 20, 2014
time to worm our horses with quest and it was a good pric
jackie g on Aug 23, 2014
Because my vet sugested this wormer for my horse because Ivermectin was no long effective.
Margie P on Jun 29, 2014
Following de-wormer program.
KEN W on Jun 13, 2014
vet recommended
SANDRA M on Jun 10, 2014
MAYRA V on Jun 4, 2014
use twice a year
Dorothy C on May 27, 2014
As an alternative to Ivermectin.
NANCY H on May 5, 2014
The vet recommended this item.
LINDA M on May 4, 2014
best choice for time of year
TONYA C on Apr 14, 2014
In the area we live(North Alabama/TN Valley), vets recommend Quest in the Spring.
LORI W on Apr 8, 2014
recommended by my vetenarian.
G E on Apr 4, 2014
current rotation item
W I on Apr 2, 2014
NANCY D on Mar 27, 2014
to target encysted strongyles this time of year in SC.
ROBIN B on Mar 26, 2014
vet recommended
DINO S on Mar 22, 2014
One of the few wormers that contain moxidectin, the only thing effective against encrusted strongyles.
Shari C on Feb 24, 2014
What my Vet recommends.
JULIE D on Feb 21, 2014
Recommended by my vet.
P A on Apr 7, 2018
the best for the money!
RON H on Oct 7, 2017
Can you use quest on mules that have been wormed the month before?
A shopper on Feb 27, 2018
BEST ANSWER: Yes, in our stable, new equine purchases are wormed with a cheaper Ivermectin wormer paste and then in 10-days a tube of Quest gel paste wormer. Our vet recommended this process. First wormer kills the adult parasites and the second in 10-days kills larve that has become active. We then place the equine on a standard rotation schedule.
Is it safe for miniature donkeys with the correct dosage?
jim a on Mar 2, 2016
BEST ANSWER: It is safe but make sure to administer the correct amount determined by weight of donkey.
What is the best worming medicine to give in the fall?
A shopper on Oct 29, 2015
BEST ANSWER: It may depend on where you live, I live in the Southeast and our vet recommended using Zimectrin Gold in the fall, specifically to target tapeworms. If you use Quest, you may need to research how to dose with that, as our vet recommended to under dose with Quest as it can have side effects.
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.
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.
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.