ShowEase GelThis page contains information on ShowEase Gel for veterinary use.
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- ShowEase Gel Indications
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ShowEase GelThis treatment applies to the following species:
MULTI DOSE TUBE
ShowEase™ Gel uses a balanced combination of ingredients to support stress management and optimize relaxation and focus without causing drowsiness. ShowEase™ Gel is all natural. Veterinarian recommended.
Directions For Use
Administer orally 45 minutes prior to stressful situation. During periods of high dynamic stressors or when stressors are severe, administration can be repeated 1 hour after first dose and again 4 hours later as needed. Stressful situations are unique to each animal. Doses can be increased with no risk.
Cattle: 15cc per 1,000 lbs body weight
Calves: 1.5-2cc per 100 lbs body weight
Sheep and Goat: 3cc per 100 lbs body weight
Swine: 4cc per 100 lbs body weight
Active Ingredients (per 15 cc):
Milk Protein Isolates (Colostrum Tranquility Peptide Complex™)
L-Theanine (Suntheanine® Brand)
Vegetable oil, glycerine, sucrose, fish oil, natural flavors, starch, glucose, maltodextrins, lecithin, silicon dioxide.
Cautions: If animal’s condition worsens or does not improve, stop product administration and
consult your veterinarian.
Keep away from excessive heat.
WarningsFor animal use only. Keep out of the reach of children. In case of accidental overdose, contact a health professional immediately.
MADE IN THE USA
Durvet, Inc., Blue Springs, MO 64014
Suntheanine® L-Theanine is Patented and Licensed by Taiyo International. Inc.
30 cc (1.014 fl oz)
NAC No.: 1084370.0
100 S.E. MAGELLAN DRIVE, BLUE SPRINGS, MO, 64014
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