NoroPraz Oral Paste Horse Wormer
Equestrian Wormer Considerations
As equestrian wormers are controlled in their distribution, you will need to have your purchase approved by one of our SQP licenced members of staff. You can contact us for further information
NoroPraz oral paste horse wormer is a broad spectrum wormer that combines two active ingredients to spread its range of uses. Using its formula it is able to target all major horse parasites including arterial stages of the Tapeworm, large Redworm, bots and Lungworm. It is also strong enough to eliminate these parasites in a single dose.
Noropraz is easy to dose and administer as it is an oral paste and comes in a syringe with sections built-in with each section being enough to treat 50Kg of bodyweight and so it is really easy to ensure you are giving the correct dosage. The entire syringe delivers sufficient paste to treat 700kg bodyweight at the recommended dose rate.
It is important that you read the product datasheet before administering this product and that you use the product only as detailed within.
- Easy dosing syringe
- Effective against all major horse parasites
- Works on a single dose
- Oral paste for easy adminisration
Single administration 200µg of Ivermectin and 1.5 mg of Praziquantel per kg of body weight corresponding to 1.07g of paste per 100 kg bodyweight. To ensure administration of a correct dose, bodyweight should be determined as accurately as possible and the correct syringe division selected, as underdosing might lead to an increased risk of development of resistance to anthelmintic drugs. The first division delivers enough paste to treat 50 kg Each subsequent syringe division delivers enough paste to treat 50 kg of body weight. The syringe should be adjusted to the calculated dosage by setting the ring in the appropriate place on the plunger. The syringe contains 7.49 g of paste and delivers sufficient paste to treat 700 kg of body weight at the recommended dose rate.
Before administration, adjust the syringe to the calculated dosage by setting the ring on the plunger. The paste is administered orally by inserting the nozzle of the syringe through the interdental space and depositing the required amount of the paste on the back of the tongue. The animal's mouth should be free of any food. Immediately after administration, elevate the head of the horse for a few seconds to ensure the dose is swallowed. The veterinary surgeon should give advice regarding appropriate dosing programmes and stock management to achieve adequate parasite control for both tapeworm and roundworm infestations.