We are experiencing problems with our phone lines and systems but are working hard to restore everything as soon as possible. Apologies for the temporary delay in service.

Panacur 10% Oral Suspension

Fenbendazole
Product Code: 100494
Panacur 10% Oral Suspension is a worming liquid that contains Fenbendazole. Give 5mls per 65kg eg a 585kg horse will require 45mls per dose. Therefore the 225ml bottle will do a 5 day course for a 585kg horse.
FROM:
£2.00 inc VAT
£1.67 ex VAT
Please select from the following options before adding to your basket

It is effective against small strongyles; large stronglyes; ascarids (roundworm) & pinworms.

When given daily for 5 consecutive days, it is also effective against small redworm larvae encysted in the gut wall (the only other wormers to do this, are those containing Moxidectin). It is important to treat for encysted small redworm larvae every year, between late October - December.

Resistance can occur with over use of wormers, especially repeated use of the same class of anthelmintic. Faecal egg counts are an important part of an effective worming programme. Please call our helpline or talk to your vet, if you wish to discuss your horse's worming programme.

Legal Category- Legal Category- POM-VPS

Warnings & Contraindications- Wash hands after administration.

Pregnancy & Lactation- Safe to use during pregnancy & lactation.

Passport Requirements- This medication cannot be used in horses intended for human consumption. Your vet must have signed Section 9 of your horse's passport (or Section 2 for passports issued after 1st January 2016).

For further product information please click on the link below. This will take you to the Veterinary medicines directorate (VMD) website where you can search for the product and see the most up to date Summary of product characteristics (SPC).

http://www.vmd.defra.gov.uk/ProductInformationData...

This is a prescription item, which can be prescribed by a veterinary surgeon, pharmacist or a suitably qualified person (SQP).

We do not need to carry out a clinical assessment before prescribing the medication but we do require some information about the animal or group of animals to be treated, to ensure we dispense the appropriate medication and can offer advice on safe administration, warnings and contraindications.

Prior to purchasing this medication, you will be asked a series of questions, which must be answered as accurately as possible. We will then dispense the medication or contact you if we have any queries or concerns relating to your order.

The information you provide us with for each animal or group of animals will be saved in the ‘My Pets’ area of your account.