Let Safe-Guard show you the three things you must know to ensure you get rotation right for your horse.  Three simple steps can help you determine the right deworming program and avoid parasite resistance in your horse. (1) Know the parasites involved; a fecal egg count test can help. (2) Know your horse, including age and living conditions. (3) Create a customized deworming program for each horse that includes a dose of Safe-Guard® (fenbendazole) at the right times each year.

Fenbendazole, the active ingredient in Safe-Guard® products, is safe for foals and pregnant mares and is very effective against the typical adult equine parasites (i.e. roundworms, pinworms, large strongyles (e.g., Strongylus vulgaris, S. edentatus, S. equinus) and small strongyles (L5)). When used in a larvicidal dose, Safe-Guard® Power-Dose®, fenbendazole is the only dewormer effective against all stages of the encysted small strongyle, and is effective against ascarids (roundworms) that may be resistant to other classes of dewormers, particularly in certain regions. Safe-Guard® is the only horse dewormer on the market today that comes in your choice of paste or pellets, single or larvicidal dose options.
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