AbIver

US$1.33
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AbIver production is discontinued - Limited stock on hand. Order now!
SKU
AbIver-Sachet-(B0007)
Expiry Date: Jul 31, 2023
AbIver production is discontinued - Limited stock on hand. Order now!

Are you looking for an effective and affordable de-wormer for your horse?

Product Description

AbIver is developed for the control of infestations due to adult and immature roundworms, lungworms and bots:

  • Ascarids (adults and 3rd and 4th stage larvae)
  • Bots (oral and gastric larval stages)
  • Hairworms (adults)
  • Intestinal threadworms (adults)
  • Large strongyles (adults)
  • Strongylus vulgaris
  • Large-mouth stomach worms (adults)
  • Lungworms (adults and 4th stage larvae)
  • Pinworms (adults and 4th stage larvae)
  • Small strongyles (adults, and some resistant to class of benzimidazoles)
  • Small strongyles (4th stage larvae)
  • Summer sores and dermatitis caused by neck threadworm
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Features     

  • Available in granule form.
  • Easy to measure and feed.
  • Buy 20 for US$1.27 each and save 5%
  • Buy 40 for US$1.20 each and save 10%
  • Buy 60 for US$1.14 each and save 14%
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AbIver is available to buy in increments of 1

OVERVIEW

  • Each 9g sachet of film-coated granules contains 60mg of ivermectin BP.
  • Treatment dosage of 0.2mg/kg (0.09mg/lb) of horse's bodyweight.

RECOMMENDED CONTROL PROGRAM

  • ONE sachet per 300kg (660lbs)

IMPORTANT

  • Consult your veterinarian for a control program to meet your specific needs. 
  • Regular treatment will reduce the chances of colic caused by verminous arteritis caused by strongylus vulgaris.
  • Top dress dry granules onto feed. A small amount of corn syrup or molasses can be added to the feed mix.
  • Add to apple sauce and spread onto a treat such as an apple or carrot.
Safety and Storage

Warnings

  • Ablver has been formulated specifically for use in horses. Ensure other animals do have access to ingest the treatment, as they may be adversely affected by the concentration of ivermectin.
  • Pregnant mares should be treated as normal during their pregnancy, taking care not to stress them during treatment. However, in general, anthelmintics should not be administered to mares during the first 60 days of gestation.
  • Pregnant mares should be administered ivermectin or praziquantel 1–3 days before foaling to prevent lactogenic transmission of strongyloides westeri, which can cause diarrhea in young foals.
  • Do not treat horses intended for human consumption.
  • Keep out of reach of children.
  • Veterinary use only.

Interactions/Contraindications

Do not use in foals under 4 weeks of age.

Side Effects

Horses carrying heavy infections of onchocera microfilaries may have reactions such as swelling and itching after treatment. It is assumed that these reactions are the result of destruction of large numbers of microflora; consult your veterinarian if these signs persist.

Overdosage

Should a massive overdose occur, treat symptomatically and supportively       

Toxicity

Reports indicate the combination of ivermectin and the silver nightshade plant results in a severe toxic reaction in horses.

Storage

  • Store in a cool dry atmosphere away from extreme heat.
  • Store/Transport at and 20º to 30ºC (68º to 86ºF)

Disposal

  • Dispose of unused product and containers in accordance with guidance from your local waste regulation authority.
  • Do not contaminate water ways with the product or used containers.
Tip

Consult your veterinarian for a control program to meet the specific needs of your horse.

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