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Discussion in 'Health Clinic' started by adamkwas, Nov 28, 2009.
How long will panacur last in, or out, of the fridge?
You need to ask the vet you got it from since each batch has a shelf life.
I have yet to acquire it. But it's the LLLreptile stuff (http://lllreptile.com/store/catalog...ins-medicines-and-cage-cleaners/-/panacur25g/). Any idea on this type?
consider buying it in this form.... 22% ... powder... way easier to prepare....
and formulary here....
and info here....
BTW.. those horse tubes come in a box with an expiration date . Last one I got , i think , was dated about 1 year forward.
Thanks for the links, Harry.
I have my own microscope; so I'm thinking next time I get some WC's in I'll threat them myself.
Have you used to Petsmart panacur before? Pros, cons?
Hi Adam. I have used generic pouches of 22% granules and its much better than the paste to cut with water. The Petsmart product is 22% fendbendazole ( Panacur) and was recommended by someone when the generic granule pouches were unavailable. My understanding is that is the same product as the manufacturers generically labeled pouches, just packaged as a canine dewormer.
The manufacturers pouches became unavailable because they were deemed to be requiring of a vet prescription. The same thing happened to Teramycin and metronidazole several years ago . Given time, these items usually reappear quietly , until the vet industry gets crazy about it again.