Ivermectin 1.87% horse paste for dogs


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    Ivermectin 1.87% horse paste for dogs

    is it safe to use on dogs. I have 6 large breed dogs and I was told I could use it.


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    Ivermectin 1.87% horse paste for dogs

    My buddy uses his left overs on his dogs.


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    Ivermectin 1.87% horse paste for dogs

    1mL per 10lbs. That's what we've always done.

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    Originally Posted by gunslinger View Post
    Ivermectin !!!!!!

    Ivermectin Only Prevents Heartworms and 3 types of Hookworm in Dogs (Canines) A caninum, A braziliense, U stenocephala . That’s ALL the Parasites this Medication Will Prevent/Control/Kill in DOGs

    The Total Dosage of Ivermectin Required to Prevent Heartworms is .006 Mg per # of Dog Weight .. i.e.: a 50# dog would receive a Dosage of .03 MG of 1% Ivermectin Solution or .03 CC/ML .. If you Use a Insulin Syringe which is only 1cc/ml it would be the 3rd. mark ..

    At this Exact same Dosage of Ivermectin it will control and Kill 2 species of Hookworm in Canines A braziliense, U stenocephala, to Kill and Control A caninum at a 97% rate it requires a Dosage of .0122 Mg per # of Dog Weight .. I.e.: a 50# dog would receive a Dosage of .61cc/ml .. At this Point It much Better to Use Fenbendazole (SafeGuard or Pancur) or Pyrantel pamoate (Nemex 2 )

    Efficacy of ivermectin against Ancylostoma caninum and Uncinaria stenocephala in dogs.
    Daurio CP, Roberson EL, Seward RL.
    Source
    Merck Research Laboratories, Rahway, New Jersey 07065.

    Abstract
    The effective dosage of a chewable formulation of ivermectin was determined in 35 young dogs with induced infections of Ancylostoma caninum and Uncinaria stenocephala. Dogs were inoculated with these parasites and held until the infections were patent. Within each of 7 replicates, dogs were allocated randomly to 1 of 5 treatment groups: vehicle control, or ivermectin at 6, 12, 18, or 24 micrograms/kg. Chewable treatments were tailored to body weight. Seven or 8 days after treatment, parasites were recovered using standard techniques. All 7 controls had adult A. caninum (geometric mean = 35.5) and U. stenocephala (geometric mean = 82.6). Against A. caninum, the efficacy of ivermectin was 52%, 98%, 95%, and 97% at 6, 12, 18, and 24 micrograms/kg, respectively. The statistical model that best described the dose response was linear to 12 micrograms/kg with a plateau thereafter. Using this model, the estimated reduction from the predicted control mean was 97.2%; the estimated dose to eliminate 90% of the worms (ED90) was 8.4 micrograms/kg, and the ED95 was 10.5 micrograms/kg. Against U. stenocephala, the dose response was linear in the range studied, with an ED90 of 20.8 micrograms/kg; it was estimated that 93.2% of the worms would be eliminated.



    For the Fokes that Think that the Horse Wormers / Paste is the End All to All Worms ...

    Zimecterin Gold ... Measured at the same weights noted on the Tube contains .091 Mg per Pound of Ivermectin and the Maxium Dosage of For a Dog to Kill all 3 types of Hookworms plus Prevent Heartworms is .0122 Mg. SO Zimecterin Gold Contains 7.42 Times More Ivermectin Than Any Dog needs to Control the Exact same Parasites and No more .

    Zimecterin Gold ... Measured at the same weights noted on the Tube contains .454 Mg per Pound of Praziquantel which only Controls/Kills Adult "Horse Type" Tape Worm "Anoplocephala perfolita" which is Not Related to the Canine Type Tape Worms D caninum, T pisiformis, Echinococcus granulosus, E multilocularis ( Flea Host Tapeworm, Rabbit Host Tapeworm, Deer Feces Host Tapeworm, Fox, Coyote Host "Canis" Feces Tapeworm )

    In order to Control/Kill the Canine Type Tapeworms require a Dosage of 2.5 Mg to 6 Mg. Per Pound of Praziquantel Meaning Zimecterin Gold is 7 times Less per pound that is Require to Treat Canine Tapeworms ..

    Equimax ... Measured at the same weights noted on the Tube contains .109 Mg per Pound of Ivermectin and the Maxium Dosage of For a Dog to Kill all 3 types of Hookworms plus Prevent Heartworms is .0122 Mg. SO Equimax Contains 8.3 Times More Ivermectin Than Any Dog needs to Control the Exact same Parasites and No more .

    Equimax ... Measured at the same weights noted on the Tube contains .987 Mg per Pound of Praziquantel which only Controls/Kills Adult "Horse Type" Tape Worm "Anoplocephala perfolita" which is Not Related to the Canine Type Tape Worms D caninum, T pisiformis, Echinococcus granulosus, E multilocularis ( Flea Host Tapeworm, Rabbit Host Tapeworm, Deer Feces Host Tapeworm, Fox, Coyote Host "Canis" Feces Tapeworm )

    In order to Control/Kill the Canine Type Tapeworms require a Dosage of 2.5 Mg to 6 Mg. Per Pound of Praziquantel Meaning Equimax is 3 times Less per pound that is Require to Treat Canine Tapeworms ..

    So to Sum it All up Ivermectin Only Works to Prevent Heartworms / and Will Kill all 3 Types of Adult Hookworms found in Canines ..

    Horse Wormers !!!! Have way more Ivermectin then is Required to Prevent Heartworms/Adult Hookworms and Way too less Prazinquantel to Kill Adult Canine Type Tape Worms ..

    And are NOT effective in Controlling or Killing Roundworms and Whipworms ...

    If you Look in the Table Below the Only Additional Hookworm that Ivermectin will control over Pyrantel Promoate is The "Southern Hookworm" A braziliense .. Hookworms are found throughout North America, although A. braziliense is more common in semitropical and tropical areas, and U. stenocephala in the colder north. Their life cycle has an unusual twist – animals can be infected by ingestion of larvae either from contaminated soil or water; by eating an infected transport host; through larvae penetrating their skin, and by larvae infecting fetuses or the young via the uterus or mammary glands.

    Remember All Dosages in the Below Table are in Mg per Kg of Dog Weight . to Convert to Mg. per Pound just devide to Dosage X 2.2

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