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Ranvet Oral Doser for Horses

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The Ranvet Oral Doser is an easy to use, convenient oral doser for the administration of oral supplements and medications in horses.


  • Precise dosage regulation.
  • Sturdy, non-distorting, heavy duty plastic configuration.
  • Silicone washer to prevent leakage.
  • Transparent barrel to facilitate viewing of contents.
  • Luer-lock hub also accommodates a standard injection needle.
  • Curved, brass canula with rounded nozzle for safety.


  • Able to be completely dismantled for cleaning and/or disinfection.
  • Broad finger grips for maximum control.
  • Withstands sterilizing with boiling water or autoclaving.
  • Efficient method of administering Ranvet’s Anthelcide EQ, Racing Oil, Equitone, Potassium Plus, Neutrolene/Plus and Iron Plus to horses.

Ranvet’s Oral Doser is available in 50mL capacity, marked in 5mL graduations.

Directions For Use:
Place contents desired for administration into the barrel. Position the end of the curved, brass canula to the back of the horse’s mouth over cheek teeth and dispel contents ensuring the horse swallows.

Customer Reviews

Based on 2 reviews
Janice Kent

The Ranvet Oral Doser for Horses is well made, sturdy, and works very well. It needs smaller graduations on the barrel eg every 2 mls, as I use it to dose goats, not horses. The graduation marks need to be coloured so that they are easier to see. Otherwise, a very handy piece of equipment that is well worth having.

V Smo (Brisbane, AU)
Amazing product!

I had two ‘hard to worm‘ horses who needed a 5-day treatment plus ongoing oral meds.( Previously had to give them granules and they freaked out with plastic syringes). I conditioned them with this doser and dilute molasses and they now ASK for their meds! Literally a life changer! (They still freak out with plastic syringes though!)