Safe-Guard Dewormer for Goats Suspension 10%

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Safe-Guard Dewormer for Goats Suspension 10%

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Product Summary:

Safe-Guard Dewormer for Goats Suspension 10%
For removal and control of stomach worms: Haemonchus contortus and Teladorsagia circumcinta. 
 
Directions:
Administer proper does orally. Recommended dosage is 2.3 mL/100 lb body weight. 

Warnings:
Not for human use.  Goats must not be slaughtered for food within 6 days following treatment.  Withdrawal time in milk has not been established, do not use in lactating goats.
Store at or below 77 degrees F. Protect from freezing. Shake well before use.
 
Size:
125 mL (4.2 fl oz) 
 
 
Item Number Model Number UPC
E012886 028963 021784045377

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Works great, I use it for my birds, goats, dogs and cats. Just make sure you know your weights and measure accordingly.
November 22, 2017
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ESTHER P on Jun 23, 2017
To deworm. :)
Brian E on Oct 30, 2015
It was recommended by a friend.
ESTHER P on Jun 23, 2017
Spring worming for the goats
CHRIS O on Mar 20, 2017
To deworm. :)
Brian E on Oct 30, 2015
It works great for the goats and I also use it to worm my peacocks
Kimberley C on Oct 21, 2015
to deworm dwarf goats
Audrey P on Jun 9, 2015
because i need fenbendazole
Toni D on May 28, 2015
because worming my goats with a suspension sounds alot easier than trying to get them to eat a feed thru pelleted wormer.
KRIS B on Mar 11, 2015
I use this to deworm the Greyhounds,gets the intestinal worms that the Zimectrin Gold misses!
McGregor A on Mar 11, 2015
Spring worming for the goats
CHRIS O on Mar 20, 2017
It works great for the goats and I also use it to worm my peacocks
Kimberley C on Oct 21, 2015
what worms does this wormer remove?
A shopper on Jan 23, 2015
BEST ANSWER: For removal and control of stomach worms: Haemonchus contortus and Teladorsagia circumcinta
how often do you worm a goat?
velvet m on Apr 19, 2015
BEST ANSWER: Suggested Goat Worming Schedule

Kids are very susceptible to internal parasites, including tapeworms. Kids should be wormed by 8 weeks of age, and again every 4-8 weeks until a year of age. Signs such as paleness of the gums or lower eyelids, diarrhea, rough hair coat, or poor growth may indicate anemia and can be cause for alarm. Commonly used oral wormers include Safe-Guard, Ivomec and Cydectin. Tapeworms require using a dewormer such as Valbazen. Does should be wormed 2-4 weeks before kidding to reduce the passage of parasites to the kids. Only Safe Guard and Rumatel are approved for use in lactating animals.

Does and bucks should be wormed approximately 4-6 times per year. Check adults frequently for signs of parasites, especially during warm, moist times of the year, and worm accordingly. A strict pasture rotation also helps reduce parasite exposure. Commonly used oral wormers include Safe-Guard, Ivomec and Cydectin. Tapeworms require using a dewormer such as Valbazen.

It is important not to under-dose when administering wormers, because over time this will create a resistance to the wormer causing it to become ineffective against parasites. Some success has been seen when administering Safe-Guard every two-weeks for a total of 4 doses.
I read on a dog site that goat wormers work good on dogs, any truth to that?
Chris P on Nov 11, 2015
BEST ANSWER: Yes, it's the same product as Safe-Guard for dogs, just less expensive. The dosing is different for dogs than goats; it's 1cc/5lbs (which can be a lot for big dogs, but mine eat it mixed into food without a complaint). The liquid goat product is a lot safer/easier to get dosage correct than the paste horse product.
We had just purchased a home with a fairly big hilly acreage and included are three female goats that the previous owner left us that are here to help control the surrounding grass. Aside from instructing us about also feeding them with Alfalfa and mineral block and keeping up with their water supply, I honestly have not taken care of goats at all before. These goats seems to be very active, but what I have noticed is that their tummy are big! Not terribly skinny but The back bony prominence is obvious. I am concerned they may have lots of worms. They are aloof and not wanting to come to be touched. How can I start them on this dewormer if I can not even get near them? Any suggestion on how I can start this? When I put some vegies or fresh greens in a container they would come and eat them. Please help I would like to keep them healthy. Thank you.
Lovey on Jul 22, 2017
BEST ANSWER: Until you can get them tame, you can give them a dewormer that you put on their feed. There are also natural herbal dewormers that you can give. Goats actually need loose minerals, not mineral blocks because they do not have top teeth. Baking soda will also help regulate their gut. I feed mine noble goat and goat chow to help supplement them, but they are dairy goats. If there is not enough browse, you may have to supplement them some hay or grain. Feeding them grain will definitely help tame them too. For good info on goat keeping, check out Storey's guide to goats and google fiasco farms They also need regular feet trims. You can learn how from youtube . Good luck
Can I use goat wormers on sheep?
Daniel M on Apr 30, 2016
BEST ANSWER: You sure can! It's very safe for deworming. It is the same medicine as panacur. Both are the chemical known as fenbendazole and are safe at 100x the dose.
Has flavoring been added to improve acceptance?
A shopper on Feb 24, 2017
BEST ANSWER: Safe-Guard advises us that there is no flavoring added to this dewormer.
Is this wormer safe for rabbits?
A shopper on Dec 30, 2016
BEST ANSWER: It is safe for rabbits, however, i am not sure of the dosage.... i know others that have used the safe-guard pellet dewormer as well, but again i'm not sure how they dose it....
How much safe guard should be given to a 40 pound goat?
A shopper on Dec 22, 2015
BEST ANSWER: Recommended dosage is 2.3 mL/100 lb body weight.