Quest® Gel is effective in the treatment and control of the following stages of gastrointestinal parasites in horses and ponies: Large strongyles, small strongyles, encysted cyathostomes, ascarids, pinworms, hairworms, large-mouth stomach worms, and stomach bots.
- Suppresses strongyle egg production for 84 days
- Residual strongyle control reduces pasture contamination and re-infestation
- Effectively controls ascarids, pinworms, large and small strongyles, bots, encysted cyathostomes and large mouth stomach worms
- For horses 6 months of age and older
- 4 oz. Sure-Dial syringe treats up to 1150 lbs.
- Not for use with dogs
- Recommended Deworming Program: May/June and November/December
- Dosage: Since the dose is based on the weight of the animal, you need to use a scale or weight tape to find each animals weight before treating with Quest Gel. Once the weight is known, set the dose for each horse or pony as followed. Hold the syringe with the capped end pointing to the left and so that you can see the weight measurements and tick marks (small black lines). Each tick mark relates to 50 lbs of body weight. Turn the green dial ring until the left side of the ring lines up with weight of the animal
- Directions for use: Determine the weight of the horse and dial the correct setting on the plunger. Remove the cap from the syringe. Insert the tip of the syringe into the side of the horse's mouth between the incisor and molar teeth and press the plunger down as far as it will go, depositing the paste on the back of the tongue
- Extreme caution should be used when administering the product to foals, young and miniature horses, as over dosage may result in serious adverse reactions. Do not use in sick, debilitated , or under weight animals
- Storage/How Supplied: Supplied in a 11.3 gram syringe
- Store at or below 77 degrees F or 25 degrees C. Avoid freezing. If frozen, thaw completely before use. Store partially-used syringe with the cap tightly secured
- Consult your veterinarian for assistance in the diagnosis, treatment and control of parasitism.