We provide a comprehensive range of equine dewormers to treat the most dangerous parasites for your horse’s life stages without over-deworming. View all dewormer products
Recommended for early grazing season. The Quest Gel and Quest Plus Gel are the only dewormers that treat encysted small strongyles and bots in a single dose, with broad-spectrum support that also treats large strongyles (bloodworms), pinworms, hairworms and stomach worms. Easy gel formula dissolves on the tongue.
Recommended for the end of grazing season. The only dewormer that treats encysted small strongyles, bots and tapeworms in a single dose, with broad-spectrum support that also treats large strongyles (bloodworms), pinworms, hairworms, and stomach worms. Easy gel formula dissolves on the tongue.
Roundworms in Foals
Recommended for the essential treatment of roundworms (ascarids) in young foals at 2 to 3 months of age. Also effective against large strongyles (bloodworms) and pinworms in adult horses.
Help protect against infectious disease with our industry-leading vaccinations.
West Nile Virus
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West Nile virus is fatal in 33% of horses that exhibit clinical signs of disease.2 West Nile-Innovator provides an immune response to West Nile virus that’s four times greater than a big one-shot combination vaccine.3
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The only equine vaccine labeled for use in pregnant mares to aid in the prevention of abortion due to equine herpes virus type 1 (EHV-1) infections and to help prevent respiratory infections caused by EHV-1p and EHV-1b. 4 - 7
Some horse care and husbandry activities can be unsafe when your horse is anxious. Talk to your veterinarian about our unique oral sedative, Dormosedan® Gel, which is designed to help take the edge off your nervous horse in certain horse care situations.
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The only oral sedative of its kind that horse owners can administer themselves with a prescription from their veterinarian. This unique gel is designed to help improve safety during nonpainful horse care procedures such as farrier work, clipping, sheath cleaning, bandaging, first-time turnout and more.
If you notice a change in your horse’s gait, ask your veterinarian about our convenient, stall-side, steroid-free regenerative medicine devices.
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Pro-Stride® APS is a device that creates a cell solution used to manage equine lameness and arthritis in horses by concentrating the healing properties from your horse’s own blood.
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Restigen is a platelet isolation device that creates a concentrated platelet-rich plasma (PRP) solution from your horse’s own blood. It is primarily used by veterinarians to help manage soft tissue injuries.8,9
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By producing a concentration of regenerative cells from your horse’s own bone marrow, the CenTrate® BMA device can help initiate the healing process of cartilage lesions, boney defects and tendon injuries.10,11
A portable screening device to help detect and monitor infections.
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An accurate tool to provide insight into your horse's current health, Stablelab Stall-Side Diagnostic helps veterinarians detect, screen and monitor infections even before your horse presents symptoms.
IMPORTANT SAFETY INFORMATION
QUEST GEL & QUEST PLUS GEL
Do not use QUEST Gel or 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.
- Animalytix Segment Data, Equine Vaccines, MAT May 2022 (accessed June 20, 2022).
- Core Vaccination Guidelines: West Nile Virus. American Association of Equine Practitioners website. https://aaep.org/guidelines/vaccination-guidelines/core-vaccination-guidelines/west-nile-virus.
- Cortese V, Hankins K, Holland R, et al. Serologic responses of West Nile virus seronegative mature horses to West Nile virus vaccines. J Equine Vet Sci. 2013;33:1101-1105.
- Bryans JT, Allen GP. Application of a chemically inactivated, adjuvanted vaccine to control abortigenic infection of mares by equine herpesvirus 1. Dev Biol Stand. 1982;52:493-498.
- Tengelsen LA, Yamini B, Mullaney TP, et al. A 12-year retrospective study of equine abortion in Michigan. J Vet Diagn Invest. 1997;9(3):303-306.
- Giles RC, Donahue JM, Hong CB, et al. Causes of abortion, stillbirth, and perinatal death in horses: 3,527 cases. 1986-1991. J Am Vet Med Assoc. 1993;203(8):1170-1175.
- Hong CB, Donahue JM, Giles RC, et al. Equine abortion and stillbirth in central Kentucky during 1988 and 1989 foaling seasons. J Vet Diagn Invest. 1993;5(4):560-566.
- Bosch, G, et al., Vet J, 2011 (v1.0) Chahla, J, et al., J Bone Joint Surg Am, 2017 (v1.0)
- Velloso Alvarez, A, et al., Front Vet Sci, 2020 Survey of clinical usage (v1.0) Additional Study No. OT000183 Validation (v1.0)
- Kon, E, et al., Knee Surg Sports Traumatol Arthrosc, 2021 (v1.0)
- Bourebaba, L, et al., Stem Cell Rev Rep, 2019 (v1.0)