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Deworming Your Goats the Right Way with SafeGuard Goat Dewormer

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Deworming Your Goats the Right Way with SafeGuard Goat Dewormer

If you own goats, then you know that it's important to keep them healthy and free of parasites. There are a few different options when it comes to goat dewormers, but Livestock Vet Supply recommends Safe-Guard Goat Dewormer. The most important thing is to use a goat-approved dewormer, as some dewormers that are safe for other animals can be toxic to goats. When in doubt, ask your veterinarian.

 

Safe-Guard Dewormer for Goats is a safe and effective way to keep your goats healthy and free of parasites. This dewormer contains 10% Fenbendazole, which is effective against a variety of common goat parasites, including roundworms, tapeworms, and lungworms. It is crucial to follow the dosing instructions on the package, as overdoing or underdoing it can be harmful to your goat.

 

A drench gun is a tool that is used to administer liquid medications to animals. The drench gun delivers the medication directly into the goat's mouth, where it can be quickly absorbed into the bloodstream. Hold your goat still while the drench gun is inserted into its mouth. The operator can then squeeze the trigger to release the medication. Livestock Vet Supply sells both drench guns and Safe-Guard Dewormer.

 

Here's how to deworm your goats with Safe-Guard Dewormer and a drench gun:

 

1. Administer each goat the suggested dosage of Safe-Guard according to its weight.

 

2. Repeat the treatment as recommended to make sure all the parasites are gone.

 

3. Watch your goats closely for any signs of illness after deworming, and contact your veterinarian if you have any concerns.

 

RESIDUE WARNINGS: Goats must not be slaughtered for food within 6 days following treatment. Because a withdrawal time in milk has not been established, do not use in lactating goats.

 

Deworming your goats with Safe-Guard Dewormer is a quick and easy way to keep them healthy and parasite-free!

 

Deworming your goats regularly is an important part of herd management. Safe-Guard Goat Dewormer is a safe and effective way to keep your goats healthy and free of parasites. Some of the benefits of using Safe-guard Dewormer include preventing weight loss, increasing feed efficiency, reducing the number of parasites in the environment, and improving the overall health of your herd. So why wait? Pick up some Safe-Guard Dewormer from Livestock Vet Supply today and give your herd the gift of good health!

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