AbIver v AbIver Plus: What’s the Difference?


Ivermectin for horses (AbIver™) and Ivermectin praziquantel (AbIver Plus™) are two anthelmintic drugs that are very helpful in combating equine parasites. But what makes these two dewormers different from each other? First-, AbIver™ consists of ivermectin while AbIver Plus™ a combination of ivermectin and praziquantel  formulation to extend the coverage of activity against parasites.

AbIver v AbIver Plus

What is AbIver™?

AbIver™ contains ivermectin as the active ingredient. It belongs to a class of anthelmintic drugs known as macrocyclic lactones. Each sachet of AbIver™ contains 60mg of Ivermectin granules. This drug targets a variety of internal parasites but is reportedly most effective against all stages of bot larvae. However, AbIver ™ has no efficacy against tapeworms.

Parasites react differently to the different class of dewormers; some have developed resistance to a certain drug while others remain to be highly susceptible to its action. Bot larvae may not be the most dangerous of all equine parasites, yet when they are left uncontrolled, health problems can result. As a broad-spectrum equine dewormer, AbIver™ targets large and small strongyles, pinworms and bot fly larvae. AbIver™ is safe to use in horses of all ages, including foals 6-8 weeks old and pregnant mares.



Ivermectin granules- potent dewormer

Ivermectin granules- potent dewormer


What is AbIver Plus™ ?

AbIver Plus™   contains both the ingredients Ivermectin and Praziquantel. One sachet of AbIver Plus™ contains 60mg of Ivermectin granules and 375mg of Praziquantel granules. Ivermectin is the leading broad-spectrum agent that kills different varieties of equine parasites, while praziquantel specifically targets tapeworms and roundworms. When these two ingredients are combined, an excellent parasite control program is easy to accomplish. AbIver Plus™ can control more species of equine parasites at their different stages, including small strongyles that have developed resistance to benzimidazole-based equine dewormers.  On top of that, AbIver Plus™ can also target one of the most significant equine parasites, the tapeworms. With just a single dose of this anthelmintic drug, horse owners can control a wide variety of important equine parasites. AbIver Plus™ is generally safe to use in adult horses and foals that are 6 weeks old. Recently, studies have also shown that this product is also safe to use on pregnant mares at any stage of the pregnancy.

In deworming your horse, it is important to choose which ingredient to use. Of course, there is also a need to know what species of parasites reside in your horse’s body through fecal exams. In giving equine dewormers, it is recommended to consult your veterinarian. Together, you can develop a strategy that effectively controls specific parasites found in your horse. Choose Abler as your source of effective, yet affordable, equine dewormers.


All round dewormer safe for all horses

All round dewormer safe for all horses







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