Quest Plus Gel
This de-wormer has been shown to kill parasites that are ivermectin resistant and has the added protection against tapeworms.
March 12, 2013
My end-of-year wormer
This is the wormer I use at the end of every year after our first hard freeze. It covers everything: strongyles, tapeworms, bots, and, especially, encysted cyathostomes. As far as I know this is the only wormer that is approved to do this. AND it has a residual protection for 84 days. I just love the fact that I can get this shipped free with my regular SmartPak shipment!
February 11, 2013
Delivery was quick and easy! Horse didn't spit any of it out!
February 6, 2013
Apparently well tolerated by horse with uveitis
My young horse got uveitis in April 2012 and since then, it is a hold-your-breath moment (for ten to fifteen days) whenever I give vaccines or dewormer. I had to deworm him twice since that uveitis episod and I used Quest and Quest plus, with no apparent flare-up of his uveitis. Some will say that dewormers will not cause a flare-up of the uveitis, others are more cautious, so I guess my research on dewormers and uveitis is inconclusive. For what it is worth, however, I will put it out there for other horse owners in the same predicament as I am that my horse did just fine with Quest and Quest Plus.
December 28, 2012
I used this instead of doing my usual fall panacur treatment to save money and it worked great. I also love that it's a gel, much easier to administer than paste.
December 20, 2012
This wormer is easy to use, and the horses seem to like it pretty well. I have used it several times now, and will continue to do so.
November 11, 2012