Promectin Plus Mini for Foals and Ponies is a tiny sized tube which makes worming your foal or pony a breeze ! The tube fits easily into the palm of of your hand, and delivers an easy dose. No more wrestling with large worming tubes, and a perfectly tiny wormer for young riders to practice their horse worming skills.
Promectin® Plus Mini Allwormers control a wide range of worms and external parasites that can adversely impact on the health of your horse. These include large and small strongyles, ascarids, pinworms, hairworms, lungworms, threadworms, bots and the parasites that cause summer sores.
Horses greater than 150 kg but less than 300 kg should be treated with Promectin® Plus MINI for Foals and Ponies. All animals within this range (irrespective of their specific weight within this range) should be administered with the entire contents of the tube – ie, do not partially dose.
- 19 mg/g Ivermectin, 238 mg/g Praziquantel
At the recommended dose level, Promectin Plus Mini Allwormer Pastecontrols the following ivermectin or praziquantel susceptible parasites:
Tapeworms:Anoplocephala perfoliata, A. magna, Paranoplocephala mamillana (adult and immature, heads and segments)
Large Strongyles:Strongylus vulgaris (adults and arterial larval stages), S. edentatus (adults and tissue stages), S. equinus (adults) and Triodontophorus spp (adults)
Small Stronglyes:including benzimidazole resistant strains of Cyathostomum spp, Cylicocyclus spp, Cylicostephanus spp, Cylicodontophorus spp, Gyalocephalus spp
Pinworms:Oxyuris equi(adult and immature)
Ascarids:Parascaris equorum (adult and immature)
Hairworms:Trichostrongylus axei (adult).
Large Mouth Stomach Worms:Habronema muscae (adult)
Bots:Gasterolphilus spp (oral and gastric stages)
Lungworms:Dictyocaulus arnfieldi (adult and immature)
Intestinal Threadworms:Strongyloides westeri(adult)
Promectin Plus Mini Allwormer Pastealso effectively controls skin lesions caused by Habronema and Draschia spp cutaneous larvae (summer sores) and microfilariae of Onchocerca spp (cutaneous onchocerciasis).