Duralactin EquineThis page contains information on Duralactin Equine for veterinary use.
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- Duralactin Equine Indications
- Warnings and cautions for Duralactin Equine
- Direction and dosage information for Duralactin Equine
Duralactin EquineThis treatment applies to the following species:
For Long Term Management of Chronic Inflammatory Conditions in Horses
FOR ALL CLASSES OF HORSES
Active Ingredient Per Level Scoop (1 Ounce)
MicroLactin ® (dried milk protein)
Maltodextrin, molasses and vanilla flavoring.
If animal’s condition worsens or does not improve, stop product administration and consult your veterinarian.
Recommended for long term management of chronic inflammatory conditions.
DURALACTIN ® Equine contains MicroLactin ® , a patented dried milk protein concentrate derived from hyperimmunized cows that contains factors that appear to block cytokines and inhibit neutrophil participation in the inflammatory response.*
DURALACTIN ® Equine does not share the mechanism of action of any known drug and is not a cyclooxygenase (COX-1 or COX-2) inhibitor.
*Data on file.
Directions For Use
Feed 2 level scoops once a day or 1 level scoop twice a day. Each level scoop holds at least 15 grams total weight. One bucket contains a minimum of 56 level scoops.
For use in horse only.
Keep out of reach of other animals and children. In case of accidental overdose, contact a health professional immediately.
This product should not be given to animals intended for human consumption.
Manufactured for: Veterinary Products Laboratories, P.O. Box 34820, Phoenix, AZ 85067-4820
Call with questions or comments: 1-888-241-9545
MicroLactin is a registered trademark of Stolle Milk Biologics, Inc. (SMBI)
(U.S. patent #s 5,242,691; 5,352,462; 5,650,175; 5,980,953)
©2007, 2008 Veterinary Products Laboratories
not less than 1.87 lbs (850 g)
301 W. OSBORN, PHOENIX, AZ, 85013
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