Internal parasites can be a significant threat to the health of your horse, which is why it is so important to have a strategic equine worming schedule.
Equine wormers will treat worms but don’t prevent, therefore it is not something that you can do once and forget about. Horses can be re-infected by exposure to other infected animals or by ingesting worms during grazing when droppings are left in a field. The horse’s environment, such as their yard, paddock and stable always has the possibility of containing worm eggs or larvae, especially in situations where other horses are frequently introduced, therefore it is important to be continuously preventing the possibility of reinfection.
Equine wormers can be given to your horses throughout the year to treat any potential worms infecting them and here at Wormers.co.uk we offer a wide range of top leading brands of horse wormers. Look at our selection of oral wormers, including trusted brands such as Equest, Equimax, Eqvalan and Panacur, all of which will treat your animals and protect them from the effect of these nasty parasites.
It is helpful to set up a strategic worming program specific to your horse, therefore it is always a good idea to speak to your vet or a qualified AMTRA advisor to determine the best way to proceed. Our staff members have veterinary experience and are fully qualified with AMTRA, the Animal Medicines Training and Regulatory Authority. If you have any questions about worming treatments for your horses, feel free to call us for expert advice. We can advise on how to implement a strategic worming programme for your horse, which wormer is best for your horse and what wormers to use on horses in autumn and spring. We can also advise the best wormers to use for your horse for specific parasites such as tapeworm, encysted redworm and bots.