Fenbendazole is used in Safe-Guard Paste to treat large and small strongyles, pinworms, and roundworms.
Who is Safe-Guard paste 10% 92 gm for?
Beef and dairy cattle.
Why use Safe-Guard paste 10% 92 gm?
This drug works to effectively cure a wide variety of parasite illnesses and has a delicious flavor of apple cinnamon.
How does Safe-Guard paste 10% 92 gm work?
The suppression of parasite metabolization is thought to be the mechanism of action of this medication. This prevents the parasite from continuing to produce energy.
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What are the side effects of Safe-Guard paste 10% 92 gm?
No known side effects have been reported.
What special precautions are there?
Do not administer to horses slated for food slaughter.
In case of overdose, immediately contact or get the animal to an emergency animal hospital. Another excellent resource is Merck Animal Health Pharmacovigilance. Their Livestock Technical Services may be reached at: 800-211-3573.
How can I store Safe-Guard paste 10% 92 gm?
Store at or below 75°F (25°C).
To aid in treatment or diagnosis of any parasite problem, see a veterinarian. Because the intensity of the infestation does not present as obvious, prominent clinical indications, diagnosing a larval cyathostomosis infestation can be challenging. Fenbendazole and other benzimidazole anthelmintics have little effect on several small strongyle species. Frequent administration might be required to avoid reinfestation (every 6-8 weeks).
1) Determine the right dose by weighing the animal. 2) Rotate the dial ring until the side closest to the tip corresponds to 0. 3) Fully depress the plunger, then discard the paste that has been ejected. Now the syringe is ready for use. 4) For 250 lbs of body weight, one mark on the plunger rod represents an exact dosage (2.3mg per lb of body weight). For every 250 lb of body weight, dial back the edge of the ring nearest to the tip by one mark.