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Product: PINETAR 475ML
Item: 11L-PTAR1
Price: $14.00
PINE TAR is an effective hoof packing for horses. Used for cuts on sheep when sheering, or cuts from wire etc. on any animal. TREE SURGERY: PHARM-VET PINE TAR is an excellent healing compound for shrubs and trees.
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Dominion Veterinary Laboratories guarantees you top quality made-in-Canada products. For instance, horse supplies, horse drugs, horse medications, horse liniment, horse products, horse supply, horse supplements, cattle supplies, livestock supplies, cattle medicine, cattle prod, cattle feed, cow supplies, livestock antibiotics, and horse medicine. CITRONELLA SPRAY 100ML More than just creatures with an annoying buzz, mosquitoes inflict bites that hurt, itch and cause human flesh to swell and redden. An even more serious consequence of the mosquito bite: West Nile Virus. While many Canadians warily use conventional repellents--ones with harsh and controversial chemicals that can sting eyes and irritate skin--there is now a new, natural, non-toxic and sweet-smelling product available to keep mosquitoes at bay. Citronella Spray, manufactured by Pharm-Vet, a division of Dominion Veterinary Laboratories, contains a blend of pure essential oils including lavender oil from France, eucalyptus oil from Australia and citronella oil from Sri Lanka. Dominion Vet's Citronella Spray, which was originally formulated as a spray for horses, provides soothing aromatherapy for humans and is gentle enough to use as a moisturizing spray for the skin and hair. More importantly to Canadians this summer, the refreshing lemon-mint scented spray safely wards off mosquitoes for up to one-hour at a time. CITRONELLA SPRAY 1 LITER Great Outdoors Citronella Spray (1L) Citronella spray offers 2 hrs of relief from insect bites (extra strength long lasting formula). Contains no deet and is 100% natural. Protects you and your family against the West Nile virus. Ingredients: Deionized Water, Essential Oils of Eucalyptus and Citronella. ANTIBIOTICS & SULFONAMIDES This classification is a very broad one and encompasses a large range of products. They are available in various forms including powder, bolus, liquid, ointment, and injectable. The product of choice and route of administration will depend upon the animal species, the condition to be treated, and the state of the animal. Sulfonamides have come under great scrutiny in recent years. Their dosage and withdrawal periods are very important. As a basic rule, it is good to remember that in many cases “Treated animals must not be slaughtered for use in food for at least 10 days after the latest treatment with these drugs.” Also, “Milk taken from treated animals within 4 days (96 hours) after the latest treatment must not be used in food.” A third point to bear in mind is that sulfonamides “must not be added to swine feeds.” The list of antibiotics currently available includes Nitrofurazone, Oxytetracycline, Penicillin, Tetracycline, and Neomycin. These are available separately as well as in combination. The withdrawal periods for the antibiotics differ, therefore it is important to consult the labels and inserts prior to use. AFTER-CALF BOLUS DIN 00237531 Indications: For use in retained placenta shreds, metritis and post partum infections in cows. Dosage & Administration: Insert one (1) or two (2) boluses deeply into the uterus. Caution(s): For veterinary use only. Keep out of reach of children. Warning(s): Milk taken from treated animals within 96 hours after the latest treatment must not be used in food. Treated animals must not be slaughtered for use in food for at least 10 days after the latest treatment. Composition: Each bolus contains: 13.44 g Urea 1.92 g Sulfanilamide 320 mg Sulfathiazole Presentation/Packing: 12 boluses/jar & 25 boluses/jar 12 jars/carton NEOTET SOLUBLE CONCENTRATE DIN 00568120 Description: Neotet Soluble Concentrate is a powder containing both neomycin and oxytetracycline. This antibiotic combination is effective for the prevention or treatment of many diseases in both livestock and poultry. It may be administered in the drinking water or as a drench. Indication: As an aid in the prevention or treatment of bacterial infections caused by organisms susceptible to oxytetracycline or neomycin. Swine: Bacterial Enteritis, Swine Dysentery, Salmonellosis, and Bacterial Respiratory Infections. Calves: Scours, Bacterial Respiratory Infections. Chickens & Turkeys: Chronic Respiratory Diseases (C.R.D.), Bluecomb*, Bacterial Enteritis, Infectious Synovitis*, Infectious Sinusitis*, Stress Conditions. *Turkeys Only. Mink: Bacterial Enteritis. Composition: Each 100 gram pack contains 20 grams of Oxytetracycline Hydrochloride and Neomycin Sulfate equivalent to 14 grams of neomycin activity in a water soluble base. Presentation/Packing: 100 gram pack; 50 packs/carton NITROFUR SOLUTION DIN 00603864 Indications: Nitrofur Solution is indicated for use in the treatment of genital tract infections and impaired fertility of mares when caused by some strains of staphylococcus, streptococcus, E.coli and salmonella when susceptible to the antimicrobial action of nitrofurazone. Dosage & Administration: Intrauterine and intravaginal use only. Instill 50 to 150 mL of Nitrofur into the affected area of the genital tract once daily. Continue treatment for 2 days after symptoms disappear, or negative bacterial readings are obtained. In cases of impaired fertility, instill 50 mL into the uterus 4 to 48 hours after breeding. Warning(s): This drug is not to be administered to horses that are to be slaughtered for food. Caution(s): For veterinary use only. Keep out of reach of children. Composition: 0.2 % Nitrofurazone Presentation/Packing: 1L bottle; 12 bottles/carton 4 Litre jug; 4 jugs/carton OXY TETRA-A 55 mg/g DIN 00546704 Indications: A soluble antibiotic powder for swine, cattle, poultry and bees. Oxy Tetra­A is an animal and poultry formula, which may be used to: 1) Give newborn animals and birds a healthy start. 2) Prevent setbacks from stress. 3) Prevent or treat specific diseases. 4) Improve weight gain. Warning(s): Milk taken from treated animals within 60 hours after the latest treatment must not be used in food. Eggs taken from treated birds within 60 hours after the latest treatment must not be used in food. Treated animals must not be slaughtered for use in food for at least 7 days for poultry and 10 days for swine and cattle, after the latest treatment with this drug. Do not medicate bees with this drug for at least 4 weeks prior to the main honey flow. Honey or syrup stored during medication periods in combs for surplus honey, should be removed following final medication of the bee colony and must not be used for human food. Caution(s): For veterinary use only. Keep out of reach of children. Composition: Each 400 grams contains: 22 g Oxytetracycline Hydrochloride in a soluble base. This is the same as 55 mg/g or approximately 250 mg per teaspoon. Presentation/Packing: 400 gram pack; 25 packs/carton 10 kg bulk pail OXY TETRA FORTE 220 mg/g DIN 00546712 Indications: Oxy Tetra Forte is an antibiotic for swine, cattle, and poultry. Oxy Tetra Forte is an animal and poultry formula which may be used to: 1) Give newborn animals and birds a healthy start. 2) Prevent setbacks from stress. 3) Prevent or treat specific diseases. 4) Improve weight gain. Dosage & Administration: Read accompanying insert for complete directions! Oxy Tetra Forte may be given in 3 ways. 1) As a Drench - for individual treatment. 2) In Water - for entire herd or flock. 3) In Feed - sprinkled on or mixed. Warning(s): Milk taken from treated animals within 60 hours after the latest treatment must not be used in food. Eggs taken from treated birds within 5 days after the latest treatment must not be used in food. Treated animals must not be slaughtered for use in food for at least 7 days for poultry and 10 days for swine and cattle after the latest treatment with this drug. Caution(s): For veterinary use only. Keep out of reach of children. Composition: Each 400 grams contains: 88 g Oxytetracycline Hydrochloride in a soluble base. This is the same as 220 mg/g or approximately 1000 mg (1 gram) per teaspoon. Presentation/Packing: 400 gram pack; 25 packs/carton PROCAINE PENICILLIN G DIN 00491020 Indications: A sterile aqueous suspension of Penicillin G Procaine for the treatment of livestock and poultry diseases caused by organisms sensitive to penicillin. Cattle & Calves: shipping fever syndrome, wound infections, navel infections, foot rot, bacterial infections associated with pneumonia, bronchitis, tracheitis. Swine: mastitis, wound infections, bacterial infections associated with pneumonia, bronchitis, tracheitis. Horses: shipping fever syndrome, strangles, bacterial infections associated with pneumonia, bronchitis, tracheitis. Dogs, Cats, Rabbits, Mink, & Foxes: otitis externa, bacterial infections associated with pneumonia, bronchitis, tracheitis. Dosage & Administration: Administer intramuscularly only. Shake well before using. Body Weight (kg): Minimum Dose (mL): 1 - 10: ¼ mL 10 - 20: ¼ - ½ mL 20 - 50: ½ - 1 mL 50 - 100: 1 - 2 mL 100 - 200: 2 - 4 mL 200 - 400: 4 - 8 mL Warning(s): Milk taken from treated animals within 72 hours after the latest treatment must not be used in food. Treated animals must not be slaughtered for use in food for at least 5 days after the latest treatment with this drug. In case of anaphylactic or allergic reaction give epinephrine. Storage: Store below 15º C. Keep product refrigerated. Composition: Each mL contains Penicillin G Procaine 300,000 IU with Methyl Paraben 1.03 mg and Propyl Paraben 0.11 mg as preservatives. Presentation/Packing: 100 mL vial; 12 vials/carton (48/case) 250 mL bottle; 6 bottles/carton (12/case) SCOUR SUSPENSION DIN 00274895 Indications: Scour Suspension is indicated for use in the treatment of diarrhea (scours) and enteritis when caused by organisms susceptible to neomycin and succinylsulfathiazole. Dosage & Administration: Shake well before using! For Baby Pigs under 2.5 kg, give 1 mL daily; over 2.5 kg, give 2 mL daily. Treatment may be repeated for up to 4 days. For Dogs, Cats & Lambs, give 2 mL per kg body weight, divided into 2 doses daily. Reduce to ½ after 2 days, for not more than five days. For Calves, give 2 tablespoon daily. Treatment may be repeated for 2 to 3 days. Warning(s): Treated animals must not be slaughtered for use in food for at least 30 days after the latest treatment with this drug (cattle); 14 days for other animals. Do not administer to lactating cattle. Storage: Protect from freezing Caution(s): For veterinary use only. Keep out of reach of children. Composition: Each mL contains: 20.0 mg Neomycin Sulfate (equivalent to base) 96.0 mg Succinylsulfathiazole 2.5 mcg Hyoscyamine Sulfate 175.0 mg Kaolin 2.5 mcg Atropine Sulfate 21.0 mg Tri-Calcium Phosphate 8.0 mg Pectin Presentation/Packing: 500 mL bottles; 12 bottles/carton SODIUM SULFAMETHAZINE SOLUTION 12.5% DIN 00097187 Indications: Poultry: To control outbreaks of caecal coccidiosis, infectious coryza and secondary bacterial infections associated with outbreaks of diseases like CRD caused by organisms susceptible to sulfa drugs. Also to treat acute fowl cholera and antipestifer disease in ducks. Cattle, Calves, Sheep & Swine: For the treatment of bacterial infections such as metritis, bacterial enteritis (scours), acute mastitis, acute bacterial respiratory infections. Dosage & Administration: Mix into the drinking water, depending on species and condition to be treated. Ranging from 8 - 15 ml. Warning(s): This product must not be added to swine feeds. Milk taken from treated animals within 96 hours after the latest treatment must not be used in food. Treated animals must not be slaughtered for use in food for at least 10 days (cattle, calves, sheep & swine); 12 days (poultry) after the latest treatment with this drug. If animals do not respond within 4 days, stop treatment and recheck diagnosis. Contraindication(s): This product must not be used on laying birds. Caution(s): Dairy animals use twice as much water, so reduce dosage accordingly. Animals not drinking should be drenched. Medicated water should be the only source of water during treatment. Storage: Keep from freezing. Presentation/Packing: 500 mL bottle; 12 bottles/carton SODIUM SULFAMETHAZINE SOLUTION 25% DIN 00097195 Indications: Poultry: To control outbreaks of caecal coccidiosis, infectious coryza and secondary bacterial infections associated with outbreaks of diseases like CRD caused by organisms susceptible to sulfa drugs. Also to treat acute fowl cholera and antipestifer disease in ducks. Cattle, Calves, Sheep & Swine: For the treatment of bacterial infections such as metritis, bacterial enteritis (scours), acute mastitis, acute bacterial respiratory infections. Dosage & Administration: The dosage to be administered in the drinking water depends on the animal species, as well as the condition to be treated. Warning(s): This product must not be added to swine feeds. Milk taken from treated animals within 96 hours after the latest treatment must not be used in food. Treated animals must not be slaughtered for use in food for at least 10 days (cattle, calves, sheep & swine); 12 days (poultry) after the latest treatment with this drug. If animals do not respond within 4 days, stop treatment and recheck diagnosis. Contraindication(s): This product must not be used on laying birds. Caution(s): Dairy animals use twice as much water, so reduce dosage accordingly. Animals not drinking should be drenched. Medicated water should be the only source of water during treatment. Storage: Keep from freezing. Presentation/Packing: 4 Litre jug; 4 jugs/carton SULFA 2 SOLUBLE POWDER DIN 00644803 Indications: Cattle: For the treatment of bacterial infections (pneumonia, metritis, enteritis, foot rot, or septicemia accompanying acute mastitis) and as an aid in the treatment of shipping fever complex. Swine: For the treatment of enteritis and respiratory diseases caused by bacteria sensitive to sulfamethazine and sulfathiazole. Dosage & Administration: For use in automatic medicators, dissolve 400 grams of Sulfa 2 in 8 Litres of water. Add this to each 260 Litres of water the first day, and to each 355 Litres for the next three days. For individual treatment of cattle, dissolve 400 grams in 2 Litres of water and administer 1 mL of this solution per kg body weight as a drench. Reduce the dose to ½ mL per kg body weight for the next three days. Warning(s): Milk taken from treated animals within 96 hours after the latest treatment with the drug must not be used in Food. Treated animals must not be slaughtered for use in food for at least 10 days after the latest treatment with this drug. This product must not be added to swine feeds. If animals do not respond within 4 days, discontinue use and consult a veterinarian. Caution(s): For veterinary use only. Keep out of reach of children. Composition: Each gram contains: 667 mg Sodium Sulfamethazine 333 mg Sodium Sulfathiazole Presentation/Packing: 400 gram pack; 25 packs/carton SULFAMETHAZINE BOLUS DIN 00251828 Indications: For oral use as an aid in the treatment of bacterial pneumonia, metritis, foot rot, diphtheria, and other conditions in large animals, when caused by sulfamethazine sensitive organisms. Dosage & Administration: Initial Dose: 1 bolus per 80 kg body weight. Second Dose: 1 bolus per 160 kg body weight, 12 hours later if necessary. Warning(s): Milk taken from treated animals within 96 hours after the latest treatment must not be used in food. Treated animals must not be slaughtered for use in food for at least 10 days after the latest treatment with this drug. Caution(s): Consult a veterinarian if improvement is not apparent after 4 days treatment. Composition: Each bolus contains: 15 g Sulfamethazine Presentation/Packing: 25 boluses/jar; 12 jars/carton SULFAQUINOXALINE 19.2% LIQUID CONCENTRATE DIN 00266639 Indications: For the prevention and treatment of caecal and intestinal coccidiosis in chickens and turkeys; and as an aid in controlling mortality in acute fowl cholera and fowl typhoid of chickens and turkeys. Dosage & Administration: 60-90 ml per 45.4 L water depending on condition to be treated. Contraindication(s): This product must not be used on laying birds. Warning(s): Treated birds must not be slaughtered for use in food for at least 12 days after the latest treatment with this drug. Caution(s): For veterinary use only. Keep out of reach of children. Composition: Each mL contains: 19.2 % Sulfaquinoxaline Presentation/Packing: 1 Litre bottle; 12 bottles/carton 4 Litre jug; 4 jugs/carton SULFAVITE DIN 00721069 Indications: As an aid in the treatment of respiratory and enteric infections, with vitamins and electrolytes as supportive medications. Dosage & Administration: Sheep & Swine: Dissolve 400 g in 2400 L of drinking water and medicate for 5 to 10 days. Cattle: Dissolve 400 g in 1500 L of drinking water for 4 to 5 days. Warning(s): Treated animals must not be slaughtered for use in food for at least 10 days after the latest treatment with this drug. Do not use in lactating dairy animals. This product must not be added to swine feeds. Caution(s): For veterinary use only. Keep out of reach of children. Composition: Each 400 g contains 150 g Sodium Sulfamethazine 60 g Sodium Sulfamerazine 120 g Sodium Sulfathiazole 210,000 IU Vitamin A 70,000 IU Vitamin D3 175 mg Riboflavin 3 g Nicotinic Acid 615 mg Calcium Pantothenate 2 mg Vitamin B12 35 mg Menadione Sodium Bisulfite 175 mg Magnesium Sulfate 2.5 g Sodium Acetate 2.8 g Sodium Chloride 220 mg Calcium Chloride 220 mg Potassium Chloride with added flavouring Presentation/Packing: 400 gram pack; 25 packs/carton 10 kg pail SUPER SCOUR CALF BOLUS DIN 00260045 Indications: For use in the oral treatment and prevention of diarrhea (scours) and enteritis of bacterial origin. Vitamin A is included to supplement or replace loss. Atropine and hyoscyamine are added to aid in the reduction of intestinal hypermotility, which often accompanies acute diarrhea. Dosage & Administration: Pigs & Lambs: ¼ bolus daily for 3 to 4 days if necessary. Calves & Colts: 1 bolus per 45 kg body weight daily for 3 to 4 days if necessary. Warning(s): Treated animals must not be slaughtered for use in food for at least 30 days for calves, and 14 days for pigs and lambs, after the latest treatment with this drug. Do not administer to lactating dairy cattle. Caution(s): For veterinary use only. Keep out of reach of children. Composition: Each bolus contains: 1340 mg Sulfaguanidine 668 mg Sulfathiazole 975 mg Kaolin 260 mg Pectin 350 mg Neomycin Sulfate (as base) 324 mg Tricalcium Phosphate 0.10 mg Atropine Sulfate 0.10 mg Hyoscyamine Sulfate 50,000 IU Vitamin A Presentation/Packing: 25 boluses/jar & 50 boluses/jar; 12 jars/carton TETRACYCLINE HYDROCHLORIDE DIN 00283851 Indications: For the treatment of infections caused by microorganisms susceptible to tetracycline. Dosage & Administration: Swine: For bacterial enteritis and respiratory diseases (bacterial) give 2 level teaspoonful per 4.5 L of water or milk. Calves: For bacterial scours and bacterial diarrhea, give 1 level teaspoonful once daily (for calves under 45 kg) or 2 level teaspoonful once daily (for calves over 45 kg). Lambs: For bacterial enteritis and bacterial diarrhea, give ½ teaspoon in 60 mL of milk daily as a drench. Poultry: For bluecomb, hexamitiasis, and C.R.D., give 2 level teaspoonful per 4.5 L of water. Warning(s): Treated animals must not be slaughtered for use in food for at least 5 days after the latest treatment with this drug. Do not feed to laying hens. Caution(s): For veterinary use only. Keep out of reach of children. Composition: Each gram contains 55 mg (175 mg/teaspoonful) of Tetracycline Hydrochloride in a water soluble base. Presentation/Packing: 400 gram pack; 25 packs/carton TRIPLE SULFA BOLUS DIN 00260126 Indications: For oral use as an aid in treatment of bacterial pneumonia, metritis, foot rot, diphtheria, and other conditions in cattle when caused by sulfonamide sensitive organisms. Dosage & Administration: Initial Dose: 1 bolus per 80 kg body weight. Subsequent Dose: ½ the initial dose and may be given 12 hours later if necessary. The initial dose is usually sufficient. Warning(s): Milk taken from treated animals within 96 hours after the latest treatment must not be used in food. Treated animals must not be slaughtered for use in food for at least 10 days after the latest treatment with this drug. Caution(s): Consult a veterinarian if improvement is not apparent after 4 days of treatment. For veterinary use only. Keep out of reach of children. Composition: Each bolus contains: 5.85 g Sulfanilamide 5.85 g Sulfathiazole 3.90 g Sulfamethazine Presentation/Packing: 25 & 50 boluses/jar; 6 jars/carton NUTRITIONAL AIDS This category encompasses vitamins, minerals, and electrolytes. The products available include injectables, liquids, powders, and tablets. Vitamins and minerals are essential to the good health and development of all animals. Deficiency states can lead to disease and some cases morbidity. Proper usage is also important, if deficiency symptoms persist after drug treatment, discontinue use and consult a Veterinarian or Nutritionist to examine the feeding program. VITAMIN A & D DIN 00611840 Indications: An emulsified sterile solution for prevention and treatment of vitamin A and D deficiencies in cattle, sheep and swine. Dosage & Administration: Suggested dosage for intramuscular injection preferably in the neck. Adult animals: ½ to 1 ml per 100 kg body weight. Breeding animals: ½ ml per 100 kg body weight. Young animals: 1 ml per 50 kg body weight. Repeat monthly if necessary. Precaution(s): Store in dark place out of sunlight. Caution(s): If deficiency symptoms persist consult a veterinarian or nutritionist to examine the feeding program. For veterinary use only. Keep out of reach of children. Composition: Each ml contains: 500,000 I.U. Vitamin A 75,000 I.U. Vitamin D3 50 I.U. Vitamin E (as preservative) 2 % Benzyl Alcohol (as preservative) Presentation/Packing: 100 ml vial; 12 vials/carton 250 ml vial; 6 vials/carton DVL MILK REPLACER Feed Act Reg. No. 510412 Dosage & Administration: A complete calf formula especially formulated for a calf’s first three days of life, Milk Replacer may be given to all calves. Mix 227·grams (8 ounces) with 1 litre of warm water and feed twice daily. Caution(s): Directions for use must be followed carefully! For veterinary use only. Keep out of reach of children. Ingredients: Dried whey, dried whey protein concentrate, dried whey product, animal fat preserved with BHA, lecithin, vitamin A acetate, deactivated animal sterol, dl-alpha tocopherol acetate, B12 supplement, riboflavin, calcium pantothenate, menadione dimethylprimidinol bisulfate, niacin supplement, choline chloride, folic acid, thiamine mononitrate, biotin, ascorbic acid, ethylene diamine dihydriodide, sodium selenite, cobalt sulfate, ferrous sulfate, manganese sulfate, magnesium oxide, zinc sulfate preserved with propionic acid, acetic acid, benzoic acid, citric acid. Composition: Each kg contains: not less than 20 % Protein not less than 20 % Fat not more than 21 % Fibre 1 % Calcium 1 % Phosphorus 1.5 % Salt not less than 40,000 I.U. Vitamin A not less than 16,500 I.U. Vitamin D3 not less than 600 I.U. Vitamin E min. 20 % Protein from a milk source 0.6 % Sodium Presentation/Packing: 227 gram pack; 25 packs/carton ELECTRAS DIN 00317128 Indications: Electras is a drinking water additive to supply electrolytes for large animals and poultry. Dosage & Administration: Large Animals: 300 grams per 480 L drinking water for 5 days. Poultry: 300 grams per 240 L drinking water for 5 days. Repeat after 2 days of unmedicated water. Caution(s): For veterinary use only. Keep out of reach of children. Composition: Each gram contains: 844.6 mg Potassium Chloride 113.2 mg Calcium Chloride 28.1 mg Magnesium Chloride 14.1 mg Calcium Lactate Presentation/Packing: 300 gram jar; 12 jars/carton 20 kg ELECTROLYTE TABS DIN 00370452 Indications: A balanced electrolyte formulation containing salts commonly lost in large quantities from body fluids. In horses, such losses may result from profuse sweating during exercise. In many mares and cows, it is associated with heavy milk flow. Other conditions involving considerable loss of body fluids include diarrhea, fever, etc. For the prevention and treatment of dehydration, and as an aid in prevention and treatment of heat exhaustion and muscle cramps, secondary to electrolyte loss during physical exertion. Dosage & Administration: Horses, Cattle, Sheep, & Swine: Dissolve 1 tablet in each 11 litres of drinking water. Treat for 5 days. Discontinue treatment for 2 days, then repeat as necessary. For individual treatment, administer one or more tablets via balling gun. Ensure ample drinking water is available. Caution(s): For veterinary use only. Keep out of reach of children. Composition: Each tablet contains: 2.58 g Sodium Chloride 1.98 g Potassium Chloride 60 mg Magnesium Sulfate 24 mg Calcium Lactate 24 mg Sodium Acetate 150 mg Sodium Bicarbonate 150 mg Citric Acid Presentation/Packing: 100 tablets/jar; 12 jars/carton ELECTROVITE DIN 00580007 Indications: Electrovite is a multivitamin electrolyte powder for use in livestock under stress conditions. Dosage & Administration: Poultry, Turkeys & Pigs: Dissolve 300 g in 360 L of drinking water. Beef Cattle: Dissolve 300 grams in the drinking water consumed daily by 60 animals. Dairy Cattle: (Cows, Bulls and Calves) Dissolve 300 grams in the drinking water consumed daily by 40 animals. Horses: Dissolve ½ tablespoon in the drinking water consumed daily by each animal. Note: Use Electrovite as the only source of drinking water. Caution(s): Prepare fresh solutions daily. For veterinary use only. Keep out of reach of children. Composition: Each gram contains: 6610.7 IU Vitamin A 1322.8 IU Vitamin D3 1.98 IU Vitamin E 1.32 mg Vitamin B6 6.6 mcg Vitamin B12 0.165 mg Folic Acid 13.23 mg Ascorbic Acid 3.3 mg Menadione Sodium Bisulfite Plus an Electrolyte premix of: 15 % Magnesium Acetate 10 % Sodium Acetate 10 % Calcium Acetate 15 % Potassium Chloride 10 % Calcium Chloride 20 % Sodium Chloride 20 % Sodium Diacetate Presentation/Packing: 300 gram pack; 30 packs/carton 3 kg pail & 18 kg IRON DEXTRAN INJECTION U.S.P. DIN 00611891 Description: Iron Dextran Injectable is a sterile solution containing 100 mg of elemental iron per cc., as ferric hydroxide in complex with a low molecular weight dextran fraction. Contains 0.5% phenol as a preservative. Unopened packages are stable indefinitely at room temperature. Even though the iron content is high, viscosity (sticking syringe) is not a problem. Dosage: Inject 1-2 ml intramuscular per pig. Notice: Organic iron preparation injected intramuscularly into pigs beyond 4 weeks of age may cause staining of muscle tissue. For veterinary use only. Keep out of reach of children. Presentation/Packing: 100 ml vial; 12 vials/carton; 48 /case K3 VITE DIN 00600539 Indications: K3 Vite is indicated in the prevention of prolonged bleeding in chickens and turkeys due to cannibalism and hemorrhagic syndrome. It is also effective in cases of vitamin K deficiency in feed. Dosage & Administration: Dissolve 100 g (1 package) in 4 L water. Then use 25 ml of this stock solution per 4 L drinking water. Treat birds for 7 days. Caution(s): For veterinary use only. Keep out of reach of children. Composition: Each gram contains: 25 mg Menadione Dimethylpyrindinol Bisulfite (base of vitamin K activity) Presentation/Packing: 100 gram pack; 50 packs/carton POUL-VITE Reg. No. 950007 Indications: This water soluble powder is indicated for use in poultry. Poul-Vite should be given to: 1) Starting chicks and poults for their first 4 days to give them a good head start. 2) Chickens and turkeys in cases of reduced food intake. Dosage & Administration: Dissolve 100 g (1 package) in each 180 L of drinking water. This will supply a good supplementary source of vitamins Caution(s): Keep out of reach of children. Composition: Each kg contains: 100 mg Biotin 9,000,000 IU Vitamin A 900,000 IU Vitamin D3 13 mg Vitamin B12 2,000 IU Vitamin E 70 g Niacin (B3) 4.5 g Riboflavin (B2) 3 g Thiamine (B1) 4 g Pyridoxine (B6) 12 g Calcium Pantothenate 2 g Folic Acid Presentation/Packing: 100 gram pack; 50 packs/carton RACE-VITE DIN 00419141 Indications: Race-Vite is a lyophilized hi-potency vitamin B complex with vitamin C. The special two-vial presentation contains a dried portion in one vial and a liquid diluent in the other vial. Race-Vite is indicated for the prevention and treatment of vitamin B complex and vitamin C deficiencies in large animals. It is designed for addition to solutions of electrolytes and amino acids in the treatment of animals suffering from the effects of stress and dehydration. It may also be given prior to stress producing activity to aid in combating fatigue. Dosage & Administration: Administer intramuscularly or by slow intravenous drip according to the following schedule: Horses & Cattle: 10 ml Calves & Colts: 4 to 8 ml Sheep & Swine: 2 to 5 ml Dogs & Cats: 1 ml Caution(s): Once reconstituted Race-Vite should be used as soon as possible. Any unused product should be kept refrigerated and used within two weeks. Composition: Each 10 ml vial upon reconstitution contains: 200 mg Thiamine Hydrochloride (vitamin B1) 30 mg Riboflavin (as the 5-phosphate sodium salt) (vitamin B2) 750 mg Niacinamide (vitamin B3) 50 mg Pyridoxine Hydrochloride (vitamin B6) 1000 mg Ascorbic Acid (vitamin C) 50 mg d-Panthenol 10,000 mcg Cyanocobalamin (vitamin B12) 18 mg Methylparaben 2 mg Propylparaben 1 mg Sodium Bisulfite 0.9 % Benzyl Alcohol q.s. Water for injection Presentation/Packing: 10 ml two-vial unit/box; 100 /case SUPER NITRO-12 TABLETS DIN 00497061 Indications: For faster growth, earlier laying, faster feathering, heavier birds. Dosage & Administration: Chickens: Dissolve 3 tablets in 4.5 L of drinking water and administer from birth until their laying period. Turkeys: Dissolve not more than 2 tablets in 4.5 L of drinking water. Caution(s): Poison. For veterinary use only. Keep out of reach of children. Antidote(s): One teaspoonful of salt in warm water. Continue until vomitus appears clear, then give two teaspoonful of epsom salts in warm water and force liquids. Keep warm and call a physician at once. Warning(s): Discontinue use 5 days prior to marketing. For chickens and turkeys only. Do not feed to ducks, geese, or dogs. Composition: Each 450 mg tablet contains: 17.5 mg 3-nitro-4-hydroxyphenylarsonic acid Presentation/Packing: 100 & 250 tablets/jar; 12 jars/carton Super-Iodide Salt Din 02079712 Indications: For use in cattle as a feed supplement for iodine deficiencies, an expectorant, and as an aid in the treatment of infertility. Directions: Feed Supplement – Feed continuously, 50 mg EDDI (0.5 grams powder) per head per day. (200-400g powder/tonne feed). Expectorant – Administer orally 650-1300 mg EEDI (6.2-12.4g powder) per head twice daily for 7 days. Infertility – Administer orally 1300 mg EDDI (12.4 g powder) per head twice daily for 7 days. Active ingredient: Each 400 grams contains 42g EDDI (ethylenediamine dihydroiodide) in salt base. This is equivalent to 105 mg/g of EDDI. Caution: Until iodine tolerance is determined, administer this product with caution. Higher intake may cause intestinal disorders. In case of iodism, discontinue treatment. Signs include: increased salivation, sneezing, eye irritation, and swelling of eye lids. Animals recover after iodides are withdrawn. Storage: Keep out of sunlight. LIQUID VITAMIN A-D-E 25t DIN 02240233 Indications: Liquid Vitamin A-D-E 25t is a supplement to be used in the drinking water of chickens, turkeys, swine and cattle as an aid to prevent or treat deficiencies associated with the depletion of these vitamins, due to temporary loss of appetite or nutritional diseases. Dosage & Administration: Fresh solutions should be prepared daily. Chickens and Turkeys: In preventing deficiency mix 5 ml to 55L of drinking water for 7 to 10 days, or as long as recommended by a veterinarian or nutritionist. Breeding Swine: Mix 5 ml to 128 L of drinking water. Use from 7 to 10 days, or as long as recommended by a veterinarian or nutritionist. Beef Cattle Finishing: Mix 5 m; to 128 L of drinking water, this will provide 1,953 l.U. of Vitamin A per liter. Use from 7 to 10 days or as long as recommended by a veterinarian or nutritionist. May be used in auto medic proportioners for chicken, turkey and swine. Mix 100 ml of Liquid Vitamin A-D-E 25t in 18 L (4 gal.) to make stock solution. Set proportioner to deliver 1 part stock solution to 100 parts of drinking water. Cautions: Animals should only have access to medicated water during the treatment period. There has not been enough data to suggest that exceeding the dietary requirements by several times improves performance. Vitamin E present may not meet the prescribed daily nutrient requirements for each species, age and production groups. A proper nutritional deficiency diagnosis should be made to prior to undertaking of this treatment. If no improvement of the situation occurs. A nutritionist or a veterinarian’s advice should be sought. This product should not be administered for a prolonged period of time, because of the risks of vitamin toxicosis. Composition: Each ml contains: 50,000 I.U. Vitamin A 25,000 I.U. Cholecalciferol (Vitamin D3) 50 I.U. Tocopherol acetate ( VitaminE ) Presentation/ Packing: 500 ml bottle: 12 /carton SUPPORTIVE THERAPY There are many drugs available today, which neither prevent nor cure disease states. They are used to alleviate symptoms associated with disease, but they do not eradicate the underlying cause. Anti-arthritic drugs are an example. Hormones are often used to restore balance. Hormone deficiency states often result in unhealthy situations. BACK-OFF Indications: A spray against tail biting and fighting in pigs and feather-pecking in poultry. Description: Back-Off is an environmentally friendly aerosol which has a characteristic repulsive odour. It protects pigs and poultry from their pen-mates upon application. Dosage & Administration: Spray the affected parts, when biting and pecking occur. Repeat as necessary. Caution(s): Contents under pressure. Protect from sunlight. Do not expose to temperatures above 50° C. Do not puncture or incinerate, even when empty. For veterinary use only. Keep out of reach of children. Presentation/Packing: 220 gram can; 12 cans/carton DEXAMETHASONE INJECTION DIN 00250325 Indications: Dexamethasone is an anti-inflammatory agent for use in the treatment of arthritis, snakebite, and ketosis in cattle, as well as supportive therapy for acute diseases and milk fever for small animals. It is indicated for non-specific dermatitis, supportive therapy following surgery, inflammatory conditions of joints not associated with ruptured ligaments in horses. It is indicated for carpitis, tendonitis, osselet, myositis, bursitis, sprains, and supportive therapy for fatigue, heat exhaustion, and acute infectious diseases. Dosage & Administration: By intravenous or intramuscular injection. Cats: 0.125 to 0.5 mg Dogs: 0.25 to 1.0 mg Horses: 2.5 to 5.0 mg Cattle: 5 to 20 mg Repeat as necessary. Vary dosage according to the severity of the condition. Composition: Each mL contains: Dexamethasone Sodium Phosphate equivalent to 2 mg Dexamethasone Base 1.5% Benzyl Alcohol Presentation/Packing: 100 ml vial; 12 vials/carton (48/case) DEXAMETHASONE POWDER DIN 00416010 Indications: May be used in those conditions known to respond to corticosteroid therapy such as certain inflammatory, allergic or dermatological conditions. Dosage & Administration: Cattle & Horses: Use 5 to 10 mg of dexamethasone a day, administered orally either by sprinkling on the feed or mixing with a small amount of water and given as a drench. Caution(s): For veterinary use only. Keep out of reach of children. Composition: Each 15 grams contains: 10 mg Dexamethasone Presentation/Packing: 15 gram pack; 30 packs/carton STOP-PICK DIN 00097411 Indications: For use on chicks, poults, and all fowl to stop picking and to prevent cannibalism. Dosage & Administration: It is important that Stop-Pick be used at the first indication of picking before the habit becomes firmly established. To prevent the outbreak of cannibalism, apply on 15 to 20 birds in each 100 at the first sign of picking. To start the healing process, apply over sores on birds already picked. Stop-Pick is repulsive to fowl, yet harmless and effective. Caution(s): For veterinary use only. Keep out of reach of children. Composition: 5.29 g Aloes 5.29 g Gentian 5.29 g Juniper Tar In a Petroleum Base. Presentation/Packing: 115 gram bottle; 12 bottles/carton (Liquid) 100 gram & 200 gram jars; 12 jars/carton (Ointment) Udder Care The udder requires constant care to keep healthy. There are a variety of ointments available to keep the udder soft so that it will not chap or crack. Then there are the disinfectants in ointment and liquid form for teats and udder. Special ointments and creams are available to treat infections as well. Milk fever is also a common problem. Injectable solutions are available to manage this condition. B.B. JELL-UDDER BALM DIN 00250341 Indications: B.B. Jell-Udder Balm can be used for all farm animals. It acts as a softening and protective ointment for chapped and damaged udders and teats of cows, mares, and ewes. It can even be used when cowpox is present. B.B. Jell can also be used to lubricate teat dilators and teat tubes. Its soothing and antiseptic ingredients are good for treating all wounds, cuts, and abrasions of horses and all livestock. Dosage & Administration: General Use: Apply liberally to the affected area and rub in well. Repeat as necessary Chapped & Damaged Teats: Apply twice daily at milking times. Massage in well. Caution(s): For veterinary use only. Keep out of reach of children. Composition: B.B. Jell-Udder Balm contains 2 % carbolic acid in an emollient ointment base. Presentation/Packing: 400 gram jar; 12 jars/carton 2 kg pail; 4 pails/carton LANOVET OINTMENT DIN 00509043 Indications: A soothing emollient ointment for use in the treatment of minor external teat injuries, fissures, and chapped teats of cattle. Dosage & Administration: Lanovet Ointment may be applied freely after each milking. When teats are painful and swollen, apply sparingly just before milking to give relief and permit easier milking. Caution(s): In case of deep or puncture wounds consult a veterinarian. If redness, irritation or swelling persists or increases, discontinue use and consult a veterinarian. For veterinary use only. Keep out of reach of children. Composition: Each gram contains: 2.0 % Methyl Salicylate 5.0% Lanolin in a petroleum base. Presentation/Packing: 200 gram & 400 gram jars; 12 jars/carton 2 kg pail; 4 pails/carton NITRO OINTMENT DIN 00334308 Indications: As an aid in the treatment of topical bacterial infections associated with some bacteria susceptible to nitrofurazone in horses. Dosage & Administration: Clean area with soap and water. Dry thoroughly. Apply ointment directly to affected area, or first place on a piece of gauze directly in contact with the affected area or use a bandage. Keep ointment in contact with the lesion for 12 to 24 hours. For a wet dressing, dilute with 2 to 3 parts of sterile water or saline, and apply several times daily. Caution(s): For deep wounds or body cavities, use only as directed by a veterinarian. If redness, irritation or swelling persists, consult a veterinarian. For veterinary use only. Keep out of reach of children. Warning(s): This drug is not to be administered to horses that are to be slaughtered for food. Do not use in food producing animals. Composition: Each gram contains: 2 mg Nitrofurazone in a water soluble polyglycol base. Presentation/Packing: 200 gram & 400 gram jars; 12 jars/carton 2 kg pail; 4 pails/carton PETROLATUM AMBER N.F. DIN 00336858 Indications: A soothing dressing for burns cuts, sunburn and scrapes. Dosage & Administration: Apply as necessary to affected area. Caution(s): For veterinary use only. Keep out of reach of children. Composition: 100% Petrolatum Presentation/Packing: 400 gram jar; 12 jars/carton 2 kg pail; 4 pails/carton RED UDDER OINTMENT DIN 00499064 Indications: A soothing and protective ointment for use in the treatment of surface wounds, cuts, abrasions of teats and mammary glands of all farm animals. Also effective in the prevention of cracked and chapped teats and udders, chapped skin, and skin abrasions. Dosage & Administration: Rub Red Udder Ointment liberally into the affected area twice daily until the condition improves. Then for best results, use daily. Be sure to wash teats and udders thoroughly with soap and water before milking. Caution(s): In case of deep or puncture wounds consult a veterinarian. If redness, irritation, or swelling persists or increases, discontinue use and consult a veterinarian. For veterinary use only. Keep out of reach of children. Composition: Each gram contains: 0.5 % Phenol 1.0 % Eucalyptol 0.5 % Methyl Salicylate 0.5 % Camphor in an emollient base. Presentation/Packing: 200 gram & 400 gram jars; 12 jars/carton 2 kg pail; 4 pails/carton SULFA UREA CREAM DIN 00502936 Indications: A topical antibacterial agent for the treatment of infections caused by organisms susceptible to "sulfas". Also for use in the treatment of skin conditions. Dosage & Administration: Apply an amount sufficient to cover the affected tissue twice daily or as directed by a veterinarian. Caution(s): For veterinary use only. Keep out of reach of children. Composition: Each gram contains: 38.8 mg Sulfanilamide 38.8 mg Sulfathiazole 98.8 mg Urea Presentation/Packing: 200 gram & 400 gram jars; 12 jars/carton GERMICIDAL TEAT DIP DIN 00523704 Indications: Germicidal Teat Dip is indicated for use as an aid in the control of bacteria that cause mastitis. Dosage & Administration: Use full strength immediately after each cow is milked. Dip the teats in Germicidal Teat Dip when a cow is being dried off. The teats should be dipped once a day for 3 to 4 days after the last milking. Wash the cow’s udder and teats before milking. Caution(s): Avoid contact with food. Do not use for cleaning and/or sanitizing milk equipment. For veterinary use only. Keep out of reach of children. Composition: (nonylphenyl) hydroxypoly (oxyethylene) iodine complex equivalent to 1% minimum titratable iodine. Presentation/Packing: 4 Litre jug; 4 jugs/carton UDDER BUDDER DIN 00493600 Indications: A penetrating antiseptic ointment for use on udders and teats in the treatment of chapped teats, surface cuts and abrasions. It is also a soothing massage for hard udders to promote better circulation. Dosage & Administration: Apply to the udder several times daily with gentle, but thorough massage action. As a dressing for minor wounds, apply to gauze and then cover the affected area. Caution(s): In case of deep or puncture wounds, or serious burns, consult a veterinarian. If redness, irritation or swelling persists or increases, discontinue use and consult a veterinarian. For veterinary use only. Keep out of reach of children. Composition: Each gram contains: 0.3 % Carbolic Acid 6.0 % Oil of Turpentine 1.0 % Eucalyptol 0.3 % Methyl Salicylate 0.2 % Creosote in a soothing ointment base. Presentation/Packing: 200 gram & 400 gram jars; 12 jars/carton 2 kg pail; 4 pails/carton Insecticides/Parasiticides/Disinfectants These are three related classifications. To better define them, each will be discussed separately. Insecticides are for topical use on livestock. Various forms of pesticides are available. They may be dusted directly onto the animal, or mixed with water and sprayed. They are effective against a wide variety of insects including ticks, lice, fleas, horn flies, northern fowl mites, chicken mites, and bed bugs. Parasiticides are agents used to kill parasites. Parasites are organisms which feed off of other organisms. Wormers are considered parasiticides. There are various types of wormers, and they are available in both powder and liquid forms. Disinfectants represent a wide variety of products. Some are iodine based, while others are ammonia based. Often the two types are used alternately to prevent resistance to bacteria. BIODINE DIN 00523720 Indications: For use as a detergent, sanitizer, and disinfectant for poultry farms. Dosage & Administration: Feeding, Watering Equipment & Crates: Wash with water containing 0.6 ml of Biodine per litre of water. Rinse with clean water. Hatcheries, Poultry Buildings & Processing Plants: Wash all surfaces thoroughly with water containing 2.5 ml of Biodine per litre of water. Poultry Drinking Water: Add 0.3 ml of Biodine per litre of water. Treated water should have an amber colour. Replace on fading. Caution(s): For veterinary use only. Keep out of reach of children. Composition: Each ml contains: (Nonylphenyl) hydroxypoly (oxyethylene) iodine complex equivalent to 1.75% titratable Iodine. Presentation/Packing: 4 Litre jug; 4 jugs/carton 20 Litre pail DAIRY DINE DIN 00523712 Indications: For use as a detergent, sanitizer, and disinfectant for dairy farms. Dosage & Administration: Sanitizing with Dairy Dine: Add 0.6 ml of Dairy Dine to each litre of lukewarm water to aid in the prevention of the recontamination of sanitized equipment by contaminated rinse water and by the possible carry over of organic matter from the wash tank. Allow washed equipment to soak in rinse tank solution for at least 2 minutes. Before milking reassemble and flush machine with 0.6 ml Dairy Dine per litre of cold water. Teats, Udders, & Flanks: Soak clean paper towel (one for each cow) in 0.6 ml of Dairy Dine in lukewarm water. Milkstone: Where milkstone build-up is heavy a yellow colour will show up after using Dairy Dine. To remove it use equal parts of Dairy Dine and lukewarm water. Soak the surfaces being cleaned for 2 to 3 minutes, then brush and rinse. Daily use of Dairy Dine will prevent milkstone build-up. Note: Yellow colour is an indicator of sanitizing activity. As long as it persists the Dairy Dine Solution continues its activity. Caution(s): For veterinary use only. Keep out of reach of children. Composition: Each ml contains: Guarantee (Nonylphenyl) hydroxypoly (oxyethylene) iodine complex equivalent to 1.75% titratable Iodine. Presentation/Packing: 4 Litre jug; 4 jugs/carton DUSTING POWDER 5% Reg. No. 906l Composition: Guarantee: 5 % w/w Carbaryl Indications: Dominion Dusting Powder kills ticks, lice, fleas, and hornflies on cattle, sheep, hogs, and horses; northern fowl mite, chicken mites, lice and fleas on chickens, turkeys, ducks, geese, and domestic game birds. Dosage & Administration: This powder can be used in any weather during the year. Precaution(s): Do not use on poultry within 7 days of slaughter. Do not contaminate milking utensils. Harmful if swallowed or inhaled, therefore avoid contact with skin. Avoid breathing dust. Wash after handling. Change contaminated clothing. First Aid: Skin Contact: Flush skin with water. Remove any contaminated clothing and wash before reuse. Eye Contact: Flush eye with water for 5 to 10 minutes. Inhalation: Remove to fresh air. Ingestion: Induce vomiting at once. Call a Poison Control Centre and get a physician. Atropine is an antidote. 2-PAM must not be used. Disposal: Dispose of empty container in accordance with provincial requirements. For information on the disposal of unused, unwanted product and the cleanup of spills, contact the provincial regulatory agency or the manufacturer. Notice to User: This control product is to be used only in accordance with the directions on this label. It is an offense under the Pest Control Products Act to use a control product under unsafe conditions. Sevin® is a registered trademark of Rhône-Poulenc Nederland B.V. - authorized user Rhône-Poulenc Canada Inc. Caution(s): Read this label before using. Pest Control Products Act.For veterinary use only. Keep out of reach of children. GERME-ZONE DIN 00097403 Indications: For Stock: Very beneficial for simple scours in calves, sheep, and other animals. The astringent action of Germe-Zone in the intestines of pigs suffering from necrotic enteritis is an aid in the treatment of this disease. Germe-Zone can be used with safety in galvanized drinking utensils. Germe-Zone should be administered internally to poultry in the drinking water because giving it in the feed, milk, or slop reduces its germicidal and antiseptic properties, but not its astringent action. For Cuts, Scratches, Abrasions, Wounds & Burns: Germe-Zone is a very effective and beneficial antiseptic application to the skin and semi-exterior mucous membrane, for poultry and stock. On cuts and wounds it may be applied full strength and will not injure tissue. An antiseptic wash may be made by diluting one part of Germe-Zone with 25 parts of water Precaution(s): Store in a cool place, away from direct sunlight. Caution(s): For veterinary use only. Keep out of reach of children. Composition: Each ml contains: 11 mg Potassium Permanganate 11 mg Potassium Alum 11 mg Sodium Chloride 11 mg Potassium Chlorate 11 mg Aluminum Sulfate Presentation/Packing: 250 ml & 500 ml; 12 bottles/carton KOPPER KARE DIN 00603481 Indications: Kopper Kare is indicated for use in the treatment of foot rot on cattle & sheep; thrush, hoof punctures and cracked hooves on horses; ringworm; wounds; after dehorning; as a pad toughener for dogs; and also for spongy hooves. It is a fungicide-antiseptic-astringent liquid. Dosage & Administration: Remove all dead tissue and cleanse the affected area. Then, use Kopper Kare by squeezing the bottle or applying with a brush or swab. Caution(s): Do not apply to the teats of lactating dairy animals. Not for use on cats or rabbits. For veterinary use only. Warning(s): Avoid contact with eyes and mucus membranes. Keep out of reach of children. Composition: 37.5 % Copper Naphthenate Presentation/Packing: 475 ml bottle; 12 bottles/carton PIPERAZINE DIHYDROCHLORIDE 53% DIN 00097128 Indications: Piperazine Dihydrochloride is used as a one day wormer, either in water or feed, for the control of round worms in poultry, swine and horses. It will also control nodular worms in swine, and small strongyles in horses. Dosage & Administration: 1) Withholding water is unnecessary. 2) To insure maximum worming of swine withhold water for 12 hours. 3) For best results all medicated feed or water should be consumed the same day. 4) Observe strict sanitation. Swine: Mix 400 g with 73 kg of feed or 140 L of water. This will treat: 125 ­ 11 kg pigs 31 ­ 45 kg pigs 16 ­ 91 kg pigs Treat all swine every 30 ­ 45 days starting from 10 weeks. Horses: Mix 2 teaspoonful per 45 kg body weight. Add to 45 L of water per horse. Withhold water 12 hours before treating. Chickens: Mix 400 g with 200 kg of feed or 325 L of water. This will treat 1250 layers or 3100 broilers. Treat all birds every 30 to 60 days starting at 6 weeks. Turkeys: Mix 400 g with 110 kg of feed or 380 L of water. This will treat 620 turkeys. Treat all birds every 30 to 60 days starting at 6 weeks. Caution(s): For veterinary use only. Keep out of reach of children. Composition: Each 100 g of Piperazine Dihydrochloride contains 53 g piperazine base. Presentation/Packing: 400 gram pack; 25 packs/carton 2 kg bag; 6 bags/carton 10 kg PODODERM DIN 00497053 Indications: Pododerm is indicated for the prevention and treatment of foot rot and ringworm in cattle and sheep. Dosage & Administration: For Foot Rot: Thoroughly clean and trim the infected foot, removing the overlying horny layer and all dead tissue. Saturate the infected and surrounding areas well, by direct spray or soaking in a Pododerm bath. Repeat every 24 to 48 hours until the infection is brought under control. During this time the foot should be kept clean. For Ringworm: Thoroughly clean the affected area. Apply Pododerm directly to the infected and surrounding areas. Repeat 2 to 3 times weekly until recovery is evident. For Skin Wounds: Apply directly to superficial wounds as an aid in the treatment and control of infections. Warning(s): Contents are both flammable and volatile. Store at room temperature. Keep away from flames and keep tightly closed to prevent evaporation. Caution(s): Do not use in deep wounds or body cavities, or on severe burns. If redness, irritation, or swelling persists or increases, discontinue use and consult a veterinarian. Avoid contact with eyes or mucus membranes. In case of contact, wash thoroughly with plenty of water. For veterinary use only. Keep out of reach of children. Composition: Each 100 ml contains: 8.3 % w/v Dichlorophene 0.41 % w/v 3-methyl-4-chlorophenol qs Isopropyl Alcohol Presentation/Packing: 250 ml bottle; 12 bottles/carton SEVIN DISPERSIBLE Reg. No. 9042 Indications: Chickens, Ducks, Geese, Turkeys & Domestic Game Birds: Kills northern fowl mite and lice, fleas and fowl ticks. Beef & Dairy Cattle, Sheep, Hogs, Goats & Horses: Kills winter ticks, lice, fleas and hornflies. In or around Poultry Houses & Farm Buildings: Kills poultry mites, fleas, bedbugs and fowl ticks. Dosage & Administration: This powder is mixed with water, and then sprayed. The amount to be mixed depends on usage. It varies from 1 kg/10 l water to 1 kg/90 l water. Repeat as needed. Ventilate while spraying. Warning(s): To prevent residue in milk or meat, do not apply within 1 week of slaughter. Precaution(s): Harmful if swallowed or inhaled. Avoid breathing dust or spray mist. Avoid contact with skin. Wash thoroughly after handling. Change contaminated clothing. First Aid: Skin Contact: Flush skin with water. Remove any contaminated clothing and wash before reuse. Eye Contact: Flush eyes with water for 5 to 10 minutes. Inhalation: Remove to fresh air. Ingestion: Induce vomiting at once. Call a Poison Control Centre and get a physician. Toxicological Information: Atropine is an antidote. 2-PAM must not be used. Notice to Users: This control product is to be used only in accordance with the directions on this label. It is an offense under the Pest Control Products Act to use a control product under unsafe conditions. SEVIN® is a registered trademark of Rhône-Poulenc Nederland B.V. - authorized user Rhône-Poulenc Canada Inc. Composition: Guarantee: 50 % w/w Carbaryl (1-napthyl-N-methyl carbamate) WHITE LOTION TABLETS DIN 00346160 Indications: For use as an astringent protectant lotion for abrasions, scratches and minor raw skin inflammations, primarily of equines. Dosage & Administration: Disperse 2 to 5 tablets in about 16 oz. of water and bathe the area for approximately 5 minutes. Caution(s): For veterinary use only. Keep out of reach of children. Composition: Each tablet contains: 1.43g Zinc Sulfate 1.75g Calcium Acetate 520mg Sodium Aluminium Sulfate Presentation/Packing: 100 tablets/jar; 12 jars/carton WORM TABS (Dog & Cat) DIN 00708208 Indications: For the removal of large round worms (toxocara canis, toxocara mystax, & toxascaris leonina) in dogs and cats. Dosage & Administration: Administer 1 tablet per 2.3 kg of body weight. Caution(s): For veterinary use only. Keep out of reach of children. Composition: Each tablet contains: Piperazine Adipate equivalent to Piperazine Base 110 mg. Presentation/Packing: 12 tablets/box; 24 jars/carton 24 tablets/box; 12 boxes/carton 100 tablets/jar; 12 jars/carton FIRST AID AND WOUND TREATMENT This classification is by far the largest, and encompasses the greatest variety of drugs. There are products to stop bleeding, to disinfect wounds, and to promote healing. There are others to treat bloat, and those to treat constipation. There are speciality products to treat ringworm, and others for warts. Then there are local anaesthetics for freezing specific parts of the body prior to surgery. There are also medications for pink eye, and even ketosis and lumpy jaw. First aid and wound treatment affects all livestock and therefore, this section is of value to everyone. BLOAT-EZE DIN 02238627 Emulsified solution of Dioctyl Sodium Sulfosuccinate USP with the flavour of Peppermint Indications: Bloat-Eze is recommended as an aid in the treatment of frothy bloat in cattle, sheep and goat. Can be also used as a laxative and stool softener. Dosage & Administration: SHAKE WELL BEFORE USE. Administer orally by stomach tube or drench once daily, as long as recommended by a veterinarian. Cattle: 35 to 50 kg: 30 ml 50 to 150 kg: 30 to 90 ml 150 to 300 kg: 90 to 180 ml 300 to 450 kg: 180 to 270 ml 450 kg or over: 340 ml Sheep & Goat: 0 to 5 kg: 5 ml 5 to 10 kg: 5 to 10 ml 10 to 25 kg: 10 to 15 ml 25 to 50 kg: 15 to 30 ml 50 to 100 kg: 30 to 60 ml 100 to 160 kg 60 to 100 ml Storage: Store at room temperature (15 C° - 30 C°). Avoid exposure to excessive heat. Warning(s): Keep out of reach of children. Composition: Active Ingredient: Each ml contains: 2.1 mg Dioctyl Sodium Sulfosuccinate Presentation/Packing: 340 ml bottle; 12 bottles/carton 4 Litre jug; 4 jugs/carton BLOOD STOP POWDER DIN 00236306 Indications: Blood Stop Powder is indicated to check bleeding of minor cuts and wounds. Dosage & Administration: Apply freely to the wound area. Bandage in place if necessary. After bleeding has stopped, apply again to prevent further bleeding. Do not disturb the scab formed, as this might start the bleeding process again. Caution(s): It is advised to give tetanus antitoxin as a precautionary measure. For external use only. For veterinary use only. Keep out of reach of children. Composition: 84 % Iron Sulfate (Monohydrate) 1 % Tannic Acid 5 % Ammonium Alum 0.1 % Thymol Iodide in a Talc base. Presentation: 60 gram; 25 bottles/carton 200 gram & 400 gram bottles 12 bottles/carton ©Copyright 2000 Petware - Horse Supplies & Cattle Supplies

 


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PINETAR 475ML
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