CIPLA LTD. D7, MIDC INDUSTRIAL AREA, KURKUMBH, DIST: PUNE-413 802.
Marketed / Distributed by:
Quicksilver Farriery Supplies
Pyrantel pamoate IP................................. 11.41 mg in 26 gm paste.
Packing size................................................ 26 gm.
Dose Table For Pyrate Paste For Control Of Roundworms:
Class of Horse Heights in hands & inches Weight in Kg Pyrate Dose in Whole Oral Dosers
Heavy Hunter 16+ 600-700 1 & ¼
Thoroughbreds Hunters, Hacks, Arabs 14.2-16.2 450-600 1
Ponies 12.2-14.2 300-450 3/4
Small Ponies & Donkeys 9.0-12.2 150-300 1/2
Miniature Ponies <9.0 Up to 150 kg 1/4
NB: To include control of Tapeworm, please double the usual roundworm dose.
DOSAGE AND ADMINISTRATION:
Pyrate paste is recommended for direct oral in horses, ponies, donkeys and foals over four weeks of age. It is not necessary to withhold any feed prior to administration or change normal exercise routines following dosing.
The following method of administration is recommended:
1. Position the locking ring over the appropriate mark on the plunger.
2. Remove the cap from the nozzle.
3. The paste is best deposited on the upper surface of the tongue. Introduce the nozzle end of the oral doser at the corner of the mouth. Direct the oral doser backwards and depress the plunger to deposit the paste onto the tongue. Providing the paste is given in this way it is unlikely that any rejection will occur. Raising of the horse’s head by a hand under the chin sometimes helps with swallowing.
4. If only part of the paste has been used, replace the cap on the oral doser and store in a cool dry place (below 25 C). Partly used oral doser should be consumed with in two months.
5. The same oral doser should only be used to dose two animals if they are both healthy and are either running together, or are in direct contact with each other.
For the control and treatment of adult infections of large and small redworm , including benzimidazole-resistant strains, the large roundworm and pinworm or seatworm. See dosage table on side of box.
Dosage to include the control of tapeworms: to include the control of tapeworm the dose should be doubled. Two treatment per year are recommended; one in July and one in October.
Dosing programme: Foals: One to eight months of age. Dose every four weeks. Horses or Ponies: Over eight months of age. Routinely dose every six to eight weeks, but during the summer when at grass dose every four to six weeks. Always dose before turning out and when stabling for the winter. Suckler mares: A reduction of redworm challenge to the suckling foal at pasture can be achieved by using clean pasture (reseeded or not grazed the previous year by horses), dosing the mare three to four weeks before turning out and then at monthly intervals until the end of autumn. Ideally mares with foals should go out to clean pasture or, if this is not possible delay out until June.
Not for horses intended for slaughter for human consumption.
Wash hands and any other parts of the body which come into contact with the product. Only for direct oral administration. For animal treatment only. Keep out of reach of children. Dispose of oral dosers safely.
WHY USE PYRATE:
Broad spectrum activity- Pyrate paste is highly effective against all the important gut dwelling roundworms found in the horse, and also tapeworms when twice the normal level is used.
Effective against benzimidazole resistant small redworms- Pyrate paste is effective against benzimidazole resistant strains of small redworms and should be used wherever the presence of such strains suspected.
Safety: Pyrate paste is safe to give to horses including young foals of over four weeks of age. Pregnant mares and stallions, providing the recommendations are followed. Pyrate paste is present in an easy to use, disposable plastic oral doser containing 11.41 g pyrantol pamoate in 26.00g (22ml) paste.
Uses: To effectively control all important gut dwelling roundworms found in horses and equine tapeworms when twice the normal dose level is used.
NOT FOR HUMAN USE,
FOR TREATMENT OF ANIMALS ONLY.