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Hoof Solution (Canada)

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Hoof Solution

This treatment applies to the following species:
Manufacturer: KB’S Solutions

NN.S6H8

Recommended route of administration

Topical

Dosage form

Liquid

Dosage unit

Percent (%)

Recommended Dose

-Before use: mix the product and thoroughly clean the foot.

-Apply in a thin layer on the affected area up to 3 to 4 times a week.

-To be applied when renewing fittings.

Active Ingredients

-Copper sulfate 30%

-Honey 47%

Excipient Ingredients:

Water 20%

Acetic Acid 3%

Recommended Use

-Helps maintain the health of the hoof, frog, white line, crown, pastern.

-Helps to obtain an optimum development of the Crown, frog, hoof.

-Allows you to make (or retain) flexibility in the corneus sheath.

-Decreases the friction during the use of the boots.

Cautions/Contraindications

-Not for use in horses intended for food.

-Keep out of reach of children

-For external use only

Warnings

-Not for use in horses intended for food.

Duration of Use

-Do not use in the long term (more than 7 days). Consult a veterinarian if necessary

Package Sizes

Containing: 150 mL

Expiry/Shelf Life:

36 months

KB’S Solutions pour Maréchaux dans le Soin des Sabots Inc, 579, Côte Jeanne, Saint-Lin-des-Laurentides Québec J5M 1Y1 Canada

CPN: 1970008.0

KB'S SOLUTIONS POUR MARÉCHAUX DANS LE SOIN DES SABOTS INC.
579, CÔTE JEANNE, SAINT-LIN-DES-LAURENTIDES, QC, J5M 1Y1
Telephone:   450-439-1668
Website:   www.kevinbacons-ca.com
Email:   kb.ca.technical@gmail.com
Every effort has been made to ensure the accuracy of the Hoof Solution information published above. However, it remains the responsibility of the readers to familiarize themselves with the product information contained on the Canadian product label or package insert.

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