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Re: RC: Re: Panacur Dosage X 2
Thanks for your post but I don't think that encysted larvae are the same as
migrating larvae. Someone correct me I'm wrong.
As I understand it ivermectin is effective against all stages of migrating
larvae however only liquid Panacur 10% given for 5 days is effective against
I've been told the Panacur treatment should be given in Feb/March to kill
the encysted larvae before they exit "en masse" in the spring with the
associated risks of colic etc.
Strongid P or Pyratape at double dose is the only dewormer effective against
tape worm. In Europe its recommended we deworm twice yearly against
tapeworm, spring and autumn (sorry, fall!).
----- Original Message -----
From: "Karen Clanin" <email@example.com>
To: "hn.heather" <firstname.lastname@example.org>; <email@example.com>;
Sent: Wednesday, January 26, 2000 3:17 PM
Subject: Re: RC: Re: Panacur Dosage X 2
> At 01:04 PM 1/26/00 +0000, hn.heather wrote:
> >Hi all,
> >This is an interesting topic.
> >Encysted larvae seem to be the problem of the moment. I would be
> >to hear what the vets think about this? Is it a real problem or
> >dreamed up by the dewormer manufacturers?
> a number of years ago a half arab we had a problem with migrating
> rubbing his neck, shoulders etc. vet had me worm him every day for 5 days
> with Ivermectin, preped him before hand with predisone. he was about 800
> lbs and gave a full done every day. he handled it fine and the itch
> problem was gone.
> Karen Clanin
> Karim's Bengal Cats & Custom Art Work
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