UlcerGard Oral Paste Syringe, 10 Treatment Pack
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UlcerGard Oral Paste Syringe, 10 Treatment Pack

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UlcerGard Oral Paste Syringe, 10 Treatment PackMD-17765
Pet Supplies Sale Price$356.89
Pet Supplies Price$366.89
UlcerGard Oral Paste Syringe, 10 Treatment PackMerial
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UlcerGard Oral Paste Syringe, 10 Treatment Pack

This is an over the counter product - it does not require prescription.

Stomach ulcers can be painful, yet some horses show very few symptoms. Others will lose weight, have recurrent colic, intermittent loose stools, poor hair coat, poor body condition, changes in disposition and/or general poor performance. Once daily administration of ULCERGARD is recommended in horses exposed to stressful conditions or activities that may induce stomach ulcers in horses. Such conditions may include training, racing, showing, traveling, stall confinement, and competition.

  • INFORMATION FOR HORSE OWNERS:
  • ULCERGARD is intended for use in healthy horses. If you notice any signs of illness prior to or during the use of this product, consult your veterinarian for appropriate diagnosis and treatment recommendations.
  • ULCERGARD may be used in horses that weigh at least 600 lbs. The effectiveness of ULCERGARD in the prevention of gastric ulcers in foals and weanlings has not been evaluated.
  • ULCERGARD may be used safely in breeding stallions. Safety in pregnant mares has not been determined.
  • Once daily administration of ULCERGARD is recommended in horses exposed to stressful conditions which may include: training, racing, showing, traveling, stall confinement, and competition.
  • ULCERGARD is intended for use only in the prevention of gastric ulcers in healthy horses. Clinical signs of gastric ulcers may include: decreased appetite, recurrent colic, intermittent loose stools or diarrhea, poor hair coat, poor body condition or poor performance. These signs may also be associated with other diseases as well as existing gastric ulcers. If your horse is exhibiting one or more of these signs, consult your veterinarian for diagnosis and treatment.

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