Professional Preference Light Mineral Oil, NF (Canada)This page contains information on Professional Preference Light Mineral Oil, NF for veterinary use.
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Professional Preference Light Mineral Oil, NFThis treatment applies to the following species:
Veterinary Use Only
WarningsKeep out of reach of children.
Light Mineral Oil, NF, 100% v/v
Professional Preference Light Mineral Oil, NF Indications
As an aid in the treatment of intestinal constipation in horses, cattle, sheep, swine, goats, dogs and cats. Light Mineral Oil, NF is odourless and tasteless. Provides good sheen when used as a coat dressing for livestock shows. May also be used as a safe, non-irritating base for livestock sprays.
Dosage and Administration
Laxative: Administer as a drench and repeat daily until back to normal, or as recommended by a veterinarian.
Horses and cattle: 5 to 10 mL per 5 kg of body weight
Sheep, Goats, Swine: 1 to 2 mL/kg of body weight
Dogs, Cats: 0.5 mL/kg of body weight
Cautions: Discontinue use of this medication if any diarrhea or soft stools occur. Exercise care in administering to avoid aspiration into the lungs and possible foreign body pneumonia. Prolonged use or frequently repeated use may interfere with the normal absorption of nutrients from the digestive tract. Not recommended for frequently repeated or extended repeated administration. If the condition persists, consult a veterinarian.
StorageStore below 25°C. Keep the container tightly closed. Keep from freezing.
4 L, 10 L
Professional Preference, 87 Skyline Cr. NE, Calgary, AB T2K 5X2
Final Version -22JAN2015
NAC No.: 1219041.0
87 SKYLINE CRESCENT N.E., CALGARY, AB, T2K 5X2
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