Medicating Probs: What Does It Take to Worm Your Horse? Presented by Zoetis

Medicating problems. We’ve all got them. Show us yours!

Virginia Hill/Flickr/CC

Virginia Hill/Flickr/CC

It’s coming that time of year again when fall shots and wormers are due. It’s a time of year that many horse owner’s dread as they trek out to the pasture with a tube of the unholy paste in hand. Our horse takes a look at what’s in our hand, deduces that it is not, in fact, grain or anything else edible, and makes a beeline for the far corner of the pasture.

Sound familiar?

Trust us, we know. We get it. Worming is hard. Our horses are mistreated, or at least that’s what they’ll tell you when they get a tube of the offensive stuff in their mouth.

We know you’ve got some funny worming photos to share with us, so we’re setting a new challenge thanks to our awesome sponsor, Zoetis. We want to see your wormer problems and what lengths you have to go to in order to get the stuff in your horse’s stomach.

Luckily, Zoetis is the maker of QuestPlus, which is marketed as one of the easiest worming medications to administer. To the winner of this challenge by vote will go up to a year’s supply of QuestPlus for your picky horse. Perhaps your worming troubles will be no more once you try QuestPlus!

So, what do you need to do?

Submit a photo to [email protected] or tag us on Instagram using #QuestPlusPlease no later than Friday, September 18. Only one entry per person please! We’ll put a panel of finalists to a vote and the winner will receive a prize pack from Zoetis!

So get out there and get to worming! We can’t wait to see the results!

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