; Equimax Horse Wormer - Single Syringe 7.49g

Equimax Syringe 7.49g

Search code:
17131
Warning:

If your horse is not signed out of the food chain, please ensure that you comply with the withdrawal period stated in the medicine's Summary of Product Characteristics which can be found on the VMD's website:

http://www.vmd.defra.gov.uk/ProductInformationDatabase/

Equimax is an oral gel for the treatment and control of adult and immature gastrointestinal roundworms, lungworms, bots and tapeworms in horses.

Equimax is safe for all horses, including foals four weeks of age and also older, pregnant and lactating mares or breeding stallions. To be used as part of your deworming program.

All horses must be registered as individuals.

Before dispatching your order, we need to check that you have ordered the correct medication (and the right amount) for your animal.  You will need to complete a questionnaire and our team will contact you by email with some further questions before medication is dispatched.

Please note: the delivered by date is provisional as it is subject to us receiving answers to the additional questions we have to ask by email before we can dispatch this medication. 

You should carefully read all product labelling and packaging prior to use.

Animal registration required Like you, we care about the wellbeing of your pets. It is therefore essential to register them individually with Animed Direct so that our Registered Qualified Persons (RQPs) can ensure all prescribed and restricted products are being purchased for the correct species according to weight and size.
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£14.36
We understand that there are essential items which you need to purchase for your pet on a regular basis, such as food and medication. So to make life easier, you can set up a Scheduled Order with Animed Direct and we’ll schedule the order to repeat automatically for you at a frequency of your choosing.
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An oral gel for the treatment and control of adult and immature gastrointestinal roundworms, lungworms, bots and tapeworms in horses.