Safe-Guard SuspensionBy Safe-Guard
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Large strongyles, small strongyles, pinworms, and roundworms are all eradicated and managed using Safe-Guard Suspension.
Who is Safe-Guard Suspension for?
Goats and cattle.
Why use Safe-Guard Suspension?
This effective, non-prescription, and simple-to-use dewormer eliminates a wide spectrum of parasitic illnesses. It has a gun mechanism that allows for precise dosage.
How does Safe-Guard Suspension work?
This treatment works by preventing parasites from metabolizing, which prevents the pest from maintaining its production of energy.
Merck Animal Health.
How is Safe-Guard Suspension sold?
1000 ml and one gallon
What are the side effects of Safe-Guard Suspension?
No known side effects have been reported.
What to do if overdose?
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 Suspension?
Store at or below 75°F (25°C).
Re-treatment may be necessary after 4 to 6 weeks if parasite exposure is ongoing. 1) Determine the right dose by weighing the animal. 2) Rotate the dial ring until the edge nearest 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 pounds of body weight, one mark on the plunger rod represents an exact dosage (2.3mg per pound of body weight). For every 250 pounds of the animal's body weight, dial back the edge of the ring nearest to the tip by one mark.