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We use the Safeguard liquid form for goats and cattle (that’s what the bottle says) but our Local Tractor Supply was out of it yesterday, we considered the horse paste but was unsure on how much to give the dogs since it isn’t in liquid form. I know it’s still 10% Fenbendazole. Probably really simple, Lol I just overthink it haha
 

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We use the Safeguard liquid form for goats and cattle (that’s what the bottle says) but our Local Tractor Supply was out of it yesterday, we considered the horse paste but was unsure on how much to give the dogs since it isn’t in liquid form. I know it’s still 10% Fenbendazole. Probably really simple, Lol I just overthink it haha
I just squirt about an inch line on my finger and wipe it in the roof of the dogs mouth.
 

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We use the Safeguard liquid form for goats and cattle (that’s what the bottle says) but our Local Tractor Supply was out of it yesterday, we considered the horse paste but was unsure on how much to give the dogs since it isn’t in liquid form. I know it’s still 10% Fenbendazole. Probably really simple, Lol I just overthink it haha
I dont like paste either.
 

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I asked a fellow Beagler who is a Vet. A good one at that who has his practice in New Orleans about the horse paste wormer. He said that although the paste is an excellent choice for horses it isn't always the best choice for dogs. He said that the mixture isn't uniform through out the tube and can result in using just the little you need for a dog, you may not give any of the wormer or can give an overdose. The mixture in the tube isn't always blended well in the tube. Works as it should in horses as you give the whole tube. I have great faith in what this Young Vet tells me. He has helped us many times and explains himself well. I didn't explain it as well as he does, but I hope you understand my message!!!
 

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I asked a fellow Beagler who is a Vet. A good one at that who has his practice in New Orleans about the horse paste wormer. He said that although the paste is an excellent choice for horses it isn't always the best choice for dogs. He said that the mixture isn't uniform through out the tube and can result in using just the little you need for a dog, you may not give any of the wormer or can give an overdose. The mixture in the tube isn't always blended well in the tube. Works as it should in horses as you give the whole tube. I have great faith in what this Young Vet tells me. He has helped us many times and explains himself well. I didn't explain it as well as he does, but I hope you understand my message!!!
Horse does not get the hole tube. Been using horse past wormer on dogs for 25 years or better with no worms and no problems. Used it on horses for years as well. No horses now thank God.
 
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