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Your horse is your everything, and when it comes to his care, you want to do what's right. We're here to help all horses live happier, healthier lives by connecting you with the equine care solutions, guidance and resources you need.

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Our dewormer product finder

Zoetis provides the most comprehensive range of equine dewormers to effectively treat the most dangerous parasites at each stage of your horse’s life. Answer a few questions to find the proper deworming treatment plan for your horse.


Helpful farrier resources

At Zoetis, we know that providing optimal hoof care is essential for your horse's overall health and well-being. That's why our team of experts has curated a comprehensive collection of resources designed to support farriers and caretakers in their work.

Horse care you can count on

Making sure your horse gets the best care possible can sometimes be overwhelming. Zoetis gives you the proven products, education and support you need to make the right decisions for her.


Today, targeted deworming at the right time (and nothing more) is ideal. We provide expert-recommended active ingredients¹ and the straightforward guidance you need to deworm your horse like a pro.


Proactive protection against infectious diseases is a critical part of your horse’s annual care. This means vaccinating against the five potentially fatal core equine diseases, plus any risk-based diseases based on your horse’s age, location and lifestyle. Together with your veterinarian, our safe and effective industry-leading vaccines have your horse’s back.


From farrier work and first aid care to fireworks, sometimes your horse gets nervous, and you may need support to help keep you both safe. Dormosedan® Gel provides one-of-a-kind prescription sedation in an easy-to-administer oral gel.


Lameness is a term used to describe your horse’s change in gait, usually in response to pain somewhere in a limb or joint that could look like a limp, head nod or hip hike.  Speak to your veterinarian about our convenient, stall-side, steroid-free regenerative medicine devices, to see if they are right for your horse.


Getting accurate information on your horse’s current health is an essential part to maintaining their well-being. Stablelab® can quickly and effectively assist your veterinarian in detecting infectious conditions, monitoring your horse’s treatment response as well as screen horses for infection, which is important for quarantine and biosecurity purposes.2–6

Horse care tips and resources

Collected from equine experts and fellow horse owners across the country, access the latest practical advice and insights to help manage your horse’s health and well-being.


Do not use QUEST Gel QUEST PLUS Gel in foals less than 6 months of age or in sick, debilitated and underweight horses. Do not use in other animal species, as severe adverse reactions, including fatalities in dogs, may result. Consult your veterinarian for assistance in the diagnosis, treatment, and control of parasitism.

Do not use DORMOSEDAN GEL in horses with pre-existing atrioventricular (AV) or sinoatrial (SA) block, with severe coronary insufficiency, cerebrovascular disease, respiratory disease, or chronic renal failure. Do not use in anesthetized or sedated horses, or in conditions of shock, severe debilitation or stress due to extreme heat, cold, fatigue or high altitude. Do not use in horses intended for human consumption. Handle gel-dosing syringes with caution to avoid direct exposure to skin, eyes or mouth. See full Prescribing Information.


  1. 2019 AAEP Parasite Control Guidelines. American Association of Equine Practitioners website. https://aaep.org/guidelines/parasite-control-guidelines.
  2. Belgrave, R. et al. Assessment of Serum Amyloid A testing of horses and its clinical application in a specialized equine practice. JAVMA, Vol 243 no 1, July 1, 2013. Pages 113-119.
  3. Viner, M et al. Comparison of Serum Amyloid A in horses with Infectious and noninfectious respiratory diseases. Journal of Equine Veterinary Science. 2017 (49) 11-13.
  4. Jacobsen, Stine. Review of equine Acute-Phase proteins. AAEP Proceedings Vol 53 2007, 230-235.5 Nolen-Walston, R. How to interpret Serum Amyloid A concentrations. AAEP Proceedings 2015, 130-137.
  5. Nolen-Walston, R. How to interpret Serum Amyloid A concentrations. AAEP Proceedings 2015, 130-137.
  6. Oertly M, Gerber V, Anhold H, et al. The accuracy of serum amyloid A in determining early inflammation in horses following long-distance transportation by air. AAEP Proceedings. 2017:460-461.