Equine Enteric Colloid

Price:

$38.00

QUICK REFERENCE

  • Fast acting stool softener
  • Provides digestive tract lubrication
  • Promotes relief from a colic event
  • Designed for horses of any age

 

FEATURES & BENEFITS

  • Helps restore and maintain normal digestive tract micro-flora with microbial-yeast-enzyme fortification
  • Water dispersible for stomach-tube application

 

DIRECTIONS FOR USE
For adult horses that habitually eat sand or other indigestible feedstuffs, feed 4-6 ounces twice daily with the regular ration. Continue administration for 7-10 consecutive days and repeat as needed. Adjust the amount proportionately to the size of the horse.

Scoop enclosed measures 2 ounces when level.

 

GUARANTEED ANALYSIS
Crude Protein, min........4.00%
Crude Fat, min..............7.00%
Crude Fiber, max........10.00%
Calcium (Ca), min..........1.00%
Calcium (Ca), max.........1.50%
Phosphorus, min...........1.00%
Salt (NaCl), min.............0.20%
Salt (NaCl), max............0.70%


AVAILABLE SIZES  
5 lb. pail Control No. 60026-187
   
Available in the U.S.

When a horse can't eat or drink due to a colic event, it's important to find quick relief. Equine Enteric Colloid's stomach tube application method is an extremely effective way to provide fast lubricating relief and digestive tract fortification.  For over 20 years, veterinarians have used this psyllium-based product to engulf the sand and small debris that are often the cause of a colic event.  Use Equine Enteric Colloid to help combat digestive issues and restore health.

Equine Enteric Colloid is put into a suspension and is administered by a veterinarian via nasal tube.  It is a fast acting stool softener, provides digestive tract lubrication, and promotes relief from a colic event.  Equine Enteric Colloid also helps to restore and maintain normal digestive tract micro-flora with microbial-yeast-enzyme fortification.

 

WHEN TO USE:

  • After consuming dirt, sand, or other indigestible materials to help address digestive upset and discomfort
  • When feeding on sandy soil or on the ground
  • To provide quick stool-softening action
  • To promote digestive tract lubrication
  • To restore and fortify the digestive tract
  • When a horse is on stall rest or exercise is limited due to illness or injury
  • After de-worming to flush out internal parasites
  • After surgery

 

KEY FUNCTIONAL COMPONENTS:
Psyllium, Probiotics