EQUIMAX® (ivermectin 1.87%/praziquantel 14.03%) is the ONLY combination dewormer safe for ALL horses, including:
- Foals four weeks of age and older.
- Pregnant and lactating mares - No adverse effects on fertility.
- Breeding stallions - Semen quality and reproductive hormone levels remained unaffected.
A full dose contains enough active ingredients to treat horses weighing up to 1,320 lb.
Easy-to-use-and-handle EZE-GRIP™ syringe/applicator for more accurate dosing. A smooth, quick-dissolving apple-flavored paste provides palatability. For more information click here.
FDA-approved to effectively treat the most common equine parasites, including:
- Anoplocephala perfoliata
- Large Strongyles (adults)
- Strongylus vulgaris also early forms in blood vessels)
- S. edentatus (also tissue stages)
- S. equinus
- Triodontophorus spp.
- Small Strongyles (adults, including those resistant to some benzimidazole class compounds)
- Cyathostomum spp.
- Cylicocyclus spp.
- Cylicostephanus spp.
- Cylicodontophorus spp.
- Small Strongyles (fourth–stage larvae)
- Pinworms (adults and fourth–stage larvae)
- Oxyuris equi
- Ascarids (adults and third– and fourth–stage larvae)
- Parascaris equorum
- Hairworms (adults)
- Trichostrongylus axei
- Large-mouth Stomach Worms (adults)
- Habronema muscae
- Bots (oral and gastric stages)
- Gasterophilus spp.
- Lungworms (adults and fourth–stage larvae)
- Dictyocaulus arnfieldi
- Intestinal Threadworms (adults)
- Strongyloides westeri
- Summer Sores caused by Habronema and Draschia spp. cutaneous third-stage larvae
- Dermatitis caused by Neck Threadworm microfilariae, Onchocerca sp.
EQUIMAX® (ivermectin/praziquantel) Paste should not be used in other animal species as severe adverse reactions, including fatalities in dogs, may result. FOR ORAL USE IN HORSES 4 WEEKS OF AGE AND OLDER. Do not use in horses intended for human consumption. Swelling and itching reactions after treatment with ivermectin paste have occurred in horses carrying heavy infections of neck threadworm (Onchocerca sp. microfilariae), most likely due to microfilariae dying in large numbers. Not for use in humans. Ivermectin and ivermectin residues may adversely affect aquatic organisms; therefore dispose of product appropriately to avoid environmental contamination.