Merial UlcerGard for Horses to Prevent Ulcers, 0.22 ounces, 4 Doses
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UlcerGard is a medicine that helps to prevent ulcers caused by gastric ulcer syndrome. This non-prescription treatment for horses contains omeprazole, which helps inhibit the onset of excessive stomach acid and ulcer development.
Who is Merial UlcerGard for Horses to Prevent Ulcers, 0.22 ounces, 4 Doses for?
Why use Merial UlcerGard for Horses to Prevent Ulcers, 0.22 ounces, 4 Doses?
UlcerGard works to prevent stomach ulcers from forming during stressful situations, including competition, training, traveling, trailer transportation, and schedule disruptions.
How does Merial UlcerGard for Horses to Prevent Ulcers, 0.22 ounces, 4 Doses work?
UlcerGard reduces stomach acid levels, preventing stomach ulcers from forming.
How is Merial UlcerGard for Horses to Prevent Ulcers, 0.22 ounces, 4 Doses sold?
Adjustable-dose oral syringes containing 2.28 Gm of omeprazole per syringe.
What are the side effects of Merial UlcerGard for Horses to Prevent Ulcers, 0.22 ounces, 4 Doses?
There are no currently known side effects from this product.
What special precautions are there?
Not proven safe to administer to a pregnant animal. Never give to a horse weighing over 600 lbs.
What to do if overdose?
If overdose occurs, please contact your local pet hospital or emergency pet clinic immediately.
How can I store Merial UlcerGard for Horses to Prevent Ulcers, 0.22 ounces, 4 Doses?
Store at a temperature under 30° Celsius (86° Fahrenheit), with brief excursions to 40° Celsius (104° Fahrenheit) permissible.
Stomach ulcers can cause decreased appetite and undesired behavior in animals. This has an immediate impact on how horses perform, train, and live. UlcerGard works by preventing stomach ulcers from forming in the first place.
Syringe Use Instructions: 1) Unlock the knurled ring on the syringe plunger. To do so, twist the plunger 1/4 turn and then move the ring down the shaft until the side nearest to the barrel is placed at the right daily dose marker. 2) Before dosing, rotate the ring 1/4 turn to ensure that it is secured into place. 3) Make sure the horse's mouth is clear of feed. 4) Remove the cap from the syringe's tip. 5) Place the syringe in the horse's mouth corner. 6) Depress the plunger until it hits the knurled ring and stop. The entire dose should be placed in the cheek pouch or towards the back of the tongue. 7) Keep a close eye on the horse to make sure no dosage is refused or lost. 8) Re-dose if any product is lost. 9) Replace the cap if any doses remain in the syringe. Dosing Recommendations: Horses Less Than 600 Lbs: Ask a Veterinarian Horses 600 - 1200 Lbs: 1 Daily Dose Horses More Than 1200 Lbs: 2 Daily Doses