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Strongid Paste

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  • Strongid Paste removes and controls mature infections of large strongyles, pinworms, large roundworms and small strongyles
  • Convenient disposable syringe treats up to 1200 lbs. of body weight
  • Contains pyrantel
  • Easy-to-use oral syringe
Description
Strongid Paste removes and controls mature infections of large strongyles, pinworms, large roundworms and small strongyles in horses and ponies. Studies in horses demonstrated that Strongid Paste administered at the recommended dosage was effective. Ideal for rotational deworming programs. Each syringe contains 3.6 g pyrantel base in 23.6 g (20 ml) paste. Convenient disposable syringe treats up to 1200 lbs. of body weight.
Specs
Do not use in horses intended for human consumption.
It is recommended that severely debilitated animals not be treated with this preparation.
Store at room temperature.

Keep out of reach of children.
Ingredients
Each ml contains 180 mg pyrantel base as pyrantel pamoate.
Instructions
Administer as a single oral dose of 3 mg pyrantel base per pound of body weight. The syringe has four (4) weight mark increments. Each weight mark indicates the recommended dose for 300 lbs of body weight.

Body Weight Range Dosage
Volume mg Pyrantel Base
up to 300 lb 1/4 syringe (5 ml) 900 mg
301-600 lb 1/2 syringe (10 ml) 1800 mg
601-900 lb 3/4 syringe (15 ml) 2700 mg
901-1200 lb 1 full syringe (20 ml) 3600 mg

It is recommended that foals 2-8 months of age be dosed every 4 weeks. Mares should be treated 1 month prior to anticipated foaling date and re-treated 10 days to 2 weeks after birth of the foal. Horses and ponies over 8 months of age should be routinely dosed every 6 weeks.

After removing the cap, the paste should be deposited on the dorsum of the tongue. Introduce the nozzle end of the syringe at the corner of the mouth. Direct the syringe backwards and depress the plunger to deposit the paste onto the tongue. Given in this manner, it is unlikely that rejection of the paste will occur. Raising the horse's head sometimes assists in the swallowing process. If only part of the paste has been used, replace the cap on the syringe nozzle.
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