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Pony Poo Ltd Worm egg counts for your pony, horse, donkey or mule! You post the poo, we pick the plan!
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The horse that passed these had not outwardly shown any signs of having a worm burden, it was wormed on Friday.The pictu...
01/03/2021

The horse that passed these had not outwardly shown any signs of having a worm burden, it was wormed on Friday.

The picture shows dead roundworms proving the worming treatment had been effective (the pen gives some prospective of the size of worms passed)

The horse that passed these had not outwardly shown any signs of having a worm burden, it was wormed on Friday.

The picture shows dead roundworms proving the worming treatment had been effective (the pen gives some prospective of the size of worms passed)

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28/02/2021

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What a beautiful day 🌞🌼 who else’s ponies had their first day out in the field naked? Show us a photo of your ponies enj...
27/02/2021

What a beautiful day 🌞🌼 who else’s ponies had their first day out in the field naked? Show us a photo of your ponies enjoying the sunshine ☀️

What a beautiful day 🌞🌼 who else’s ponies had their first day out in the field naked? Show us a photo of your ponies enjoying the sunshine ☀️

Encysted Small RedwormIf you haven’t already, It’s time to worm or test for encysted small redworm.Small redworm, also k...
28/01/2021

Encysted Small Redworm

If you haven’t already, It’s time to worm or test for encysted small redworm.

Small redworm, also known as small strongyles or cyathostomins are internal parasites that can cause severe disease in horses. They are different to other intestinal worms because they have a unique life cycle; L3 larval stages of the parasite can encyst in the horse’s gut wall. What this means is that the larvae burrow through the gut wall when it gets cold and go to sleep over winter. When the weather changes and warms up in spring they re-emerge and given the large number of larvae all emerging at the same time significant gut damage occurs. Although a lot of cases are seen in spring, worming with an inappropriate product at the wrong time of year can also trigger cases.

The most common signs we see are severe/profuse diarrhoea and extreme weight loss as result of the larvae bursting out.

Worm egg counting over the grazing season and treating appropriately are a good way of limiting small redworm burden. However, the only way of knowing current burden is by blood testing. This test has only recently become available.

With regard to worming, there are only two products licensed for treatment of encysted small redworm. Please note there are many products licensed for small redworm but only two that are licensed for treatment of this unusual larval stage. These two products are Moxidectin and a 5-day course of Fenbendazole. It is generally advisable to use Moxidectin over winter as a targeted dose to limit the risk of encysted small redworm damage and treat any parasites picked up during the grazing season. Fenbendazole can be used but there is significant resistance documented to this wormer.

If you have any queries regarding equine parasites, testing or treatment please feel free to call us during normal working hours on 07565 772261

Encysted Small Redworm

If you haven’t already, It’s time to worm or test for encysted small redworm.

Small redworm, also known as small strongyles or cyathostomins are internal parasites that can cause severe disease in horses. They are different to other intestinal worms because they have a unique life cycle; L3 larval stages of the parasite can encyst in the horse’s gut wall. What this means is that the larvae burrow through the gut wall when it gets cold and go to sleep over winter. When the weather changes and warms up in spring they re-emerge and given the large number of larvae all emerging at the same time significant gut damage occurs. Although a lot of cases are seen in spring, worming with an inappropriate product at the wrong time of year can also trigger cases.

The most common signs we see are severe/profuse diarrhoea and extreme weight loss as result of the larvae bursting out.

Worm egg counting over the grazing season and treating appropriately are a good way of limiting small redworm burden. However, the only way of knowing current burden is by blood testing. This test has only recently become available.

With regard to worming, there are only two products licensed for treatment of encysted small redworm. Please note there are many products licensed for small redworm but only two that are licensed for treatment of this unusual larval stage. These two products are Moxidectin and a 5-day course of Fenbendazole. It is generally advisable to use Moxidectin over winter as a targeted dose to limit the risk of encysted small redworm damage and treat any parasites picked up during the grazing season. Fenbendazole can be used but there is significant resistance documented to this wormer.

If you have any queries regarding equine parasites, testing or treatment please feel free to call us during normal working hours on 07565 772261

27/11/2020

20% off ends early next week!
Get your orders in over the weekend and save yourself money💰⏳

For more information or to order your Poo Pack today, head to our website: www.ponypoo.co.uk 🐴💚
27/11/2020

For more information or to order your Poo Pack today, head to our website: www.ponypoo.co.uk 🐴💚

For more information or to order your Poo Pack today, head to our website: www.ponypoo.co.uk 🐴💚

20/11/2020

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18/11/2020

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Your brand new online worm egg count testing service for your horse, pony, donkey or mule🐴

✅Expert Advice from an RCVS registered Vet Practice 🩺
✅Lab based in Cornwall 🌊
✅We aim to test the Pony Poo and contact you with the results the day we receive it (working days excluding bank holidays) 🔬
✅All our packaging is recyclable or biodegradable ♻️
✅Our Pony Poo Packs come with pre-paid postage to send the sample back easily
✅Most of our packs will fit through a standard post box making it quick to post back✉️
✅Tailored worming plan depending on your animals result
✅Discounts for more than 10 horses

What's a worm egg count❓

A worm egg count looks at a sample of your pony's poo under a microscope to see if there are any Strongyle (small and large redworm) and/or Ascarid (round worm) eggs this will allow us to determine if your animal needs worming depending on how many eggs per gram there is in the poo.

⭐️Keep your eyes peeled for further introductory offers and free giveaways 😍

Order your Pony Poo Pack today. Individual worm egg count kit, worm egg count kit for 10 or more horses, annual worm egg count kit for an individual horse and annual worm egg count kit for 10 or more horses.

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Liskeard
PL14 3RG

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Tuesday 8am - 5pm
Wednesday 8am - 5pm
Thursday 8am - 5pm
Friday 8am - 5pm

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