Out with the old ‘Try Before You Buy’
In response to a previous promotion at Abler.com way back in 2011-2014 we have introduced a new offer that will give horse owners the opportunity to try the complete range of Omeprazole dosage forms. We have upgraded the offer to include not only granules but paste and tablets.
In with the new ‘Omeprazole Trial Pack’
The omeprazole trial pack has been introduced to allow the horse owner to trial the different forms of omeprazole. The try before you buy trial pack is a more affordable way to confirm your horse has ulcers rather than choose the invasive and expensive endoscope. The trial pack is a great option to use for the “Picky Eater” before before deciding which form of omeprazole is best.
The trial pack provides a solution to treating stomach ulcers in horses. Pack includes enteric coated omeprazole as 3 dosage forms as tablets, granules or paste.
Easy to administer to feed or with a treat. Pre measured doses
Administer via balling gun or treat such as an apple.
Flavorless paste, easy-to-use syringe application.
WHAT IS OMEPRAZOLE HORSE MEDICATION?
Horses are natural grazers 24/7. The stomach of a horse is lined with many many acid-producing proton pump inhibitors (PPIs). The PPI’s generate acid 24/7. In one day a horse can produce 16 gallons (60L) of acid.
These pumps’ are a continuous actions, resulting in a build up of acid which forms a stomach ulcer in 3-5days.
Enteric coating of the omeprazole allows it to work by moving through the acidic environment of the horse’s stomach into the small intestine.
Omeprazole is effective for 24 hours, allowing the stomach sufficient time to heal itself. A treatment regime of 28 days will heal the ulcer, and with the chance of re-occurrence being very high, a prevention regime is highly recommended to avoid a flare up of new ulcers.
Signs your Horse has stomach ulcers
- Picky Eater
- Loss of performance
- Rough hair coat
- Loss of appetite
Causes of stomach ulcers in horses
- Poor Diet or fasting
- Increase in Training
- Confined to Stable
- Medication – NSAIDs
Tips to reduce risk of Ulcers
- Diet and Management
- Increase roughage in diet
- Decrease intake of grain
- Increase Turnout
Research shows 90% of racehorses and 60% performance horses have stomach ulcers. If your horse isn’t performing or is not himself, the reason just may be ulcers omeprazole trial pack offers an affordable solution to treating stomach ulcers in horses.