Your horse deserves protection from parasites.

Zimectrin Gold LogoWhether your horse is in a stall, on a pasture or at a show, it can be infected by any number of equine parasites harmful to its well-being. Parasites can cause organ damage and respiratory problems, and contribute to colic, which sometimes results in expensive surgery or even death.

GuaranteeThat’s why your dewormer choice is so important. Make ZIMECTERIN® Gold (ivermectin/praziquantel) or ZIMECTERIN (ivermectin) the cornerstone of your deworming program. ZIMECTERIN Brand Products have been trusted for more than 20 years. And Merial backs every syringe of ZIMECTERIN and ZIMECTERIN Gold with a 100% Product Satisfaction Guarantee.

 

Zimectrin Gold

The gold standard in parasite control.

ZIMECTERIN Gold combines ivermectin, a leading ingredient that controls a wide variety of parasites, with praziquantel, an ingredient that specifically controls tapeworms. Together, they provide excellent equine parasite control. ZIMECTERIN Gold is approved to control more species and stages of equine parasites than any other brand, including benzimidazole-resistant small strongyles.1 It controls 47 species and stages of equine parasites in all.1

Plus, ZIMECTERIN Gold was the first dewormer approved by the FDA to effectively control tapeworms* with a single dose. Tapeworms have been recognized as a significant threat to the health of horses.2

Doesn’t your horse deserve the most comprehensive parasite control?

  Zimectrin

Trusted broad-spectrum control.

With a single dose, ZIMECTERIN controls a wide variety of important internal parasites, including bots and benzimidazole-resistant small strongyles. ZIMECTERIN is safe for adult horses and foals as young as 6 weeks of age, and may be used in mares at any stage of pregnancy. Stallions may be treated without adversely affecting their fertility.3

 

*Anoplocephala perfoliata

1 Based on data provided on the ZIMECTERIN Gold label and in FDA Freedom of Information summaries.

2 Proudmen CJ, Trees AJ. Tapeworms as a cause of intestinal disease in horses. Parasitology Today  1999;15(4):156-159.

3 Based on data provided on the ZIMECTERIN label.