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SUCCEED Digestive Conditioning Program Oral Paste (Canada)

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SUCCEED Digestive Conditioning Program Oral Paste

This treatment applies to the following species:
Manufacturer: Freedom Health

NN: GJMQ

For Horses

Warnings

Not for use in horses intended for food as a withdrawal period has not been established.

Keep out of reach of children.

FOR ANIMAL USE ONLY

My horse at its best.™

Part of your performance conditioning program to support a healthy equine digestive tract.

A significant advancement in equine nutrition

Scientifically formulated to support complete digestive health

Ideal for performance horses in active training and competition

Natural oat flavor that horses love.

Use once a day, every day.

Use daily for ongoing nutritional support of a healthy and effective equine digestive tract. Ideal for performance horses, even while on an active training program.

Active ingredients per serving (1 syringe):

Oat Beta Glucan

1.06 g

Saccharomyces Cerevisiae

1.05 g

L-Threonine

0.51 g

L-Glutamine

0.43 g

Inactive Ingredients

Avena Sativa Extract, Oat Flour, Sunflower Oil, Guar Gum

Directions For Use

Empty entire contents of syringe (27 grams) into horse’s mouth. Feed twice each day for first week of use, once each day thereafter.

For use in horses only. For best results, use with regular feed or immediately before feeding. May be used as top dress on feed.

Easy, step-by-step instructions for oral application

1. Remove protective cap from end of syringe.

2. From either side of your horse, grasp the halter with one hand to stabilize the horse’s head.

3. With the other hand, insert the end of the syringe in your horse’s mouth where a bit would fit (just behind the teeth). Do not allow syringe to touch the palate.

4. Push the plunger slowly and evenly in two or three small steps, each time allowing your horse to swallow the oral paste, until the syringe is empty.

To nutritionally support the horse’s digestive tract in the face of stalling, training, competition and regimented feeding, use SUCCEED once a day, every day.

Cautions:

• Not for use in pregnant or lactating mares.

• Not for use with other medications given simultaneously (may delay absorption).

Important:

• SUCCEED is a natural product that gently maintains digestive health through good nutrition. As a result, please allow up to 90 days for full benefits.

• This product is intended to supplement the diet of horses and is not to be used in place of regular feed.

• If you pump product from syringe, do not allow to sit exposed to air for more than 30 minutes. This may reduce its appeal to the horse.

Store at temperatures below 27° C. Keep out of direct sunlight.

SUCCEED is a quality product from Freedom Health LLC.

SUCCEED™ and Digestive Conditioning Program™ are trademarks of Freedom Health LLC. ©2013. All Rights Reserved. Canadian Patent File No. 2,522,765.

Reaction Reporting:

1-866-574-1718

www.lrvhp.ca

Freedom Health, LLC, 65 Aurora Industrial Parkway, Aurora, OH 44202 USA

330-562-0888

www.succeed-equine.com

30 SYRINGES, NET WT. 27 GRAMS EACH. TOTAL NET WT. 810 GRAMS.

427130

P4130 Rev B 10/13

NAC No.: 1671001.1

FREEDOM HEALTH LLC
65 AURORA INDUSTRIAL PARKWAY, AURORA, OH, 44202-8088
Toll-Free:   800-281-6727
Website:   www.succeed-equine.com
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Email:   info@succeed-equine.com
Every effort has been made to ensure the accuracy of the SUCCEED Digestive Conditioning Program Oral Paste 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.

Copyright © 2016 North American Compendiums. Updated: 2016-08-21

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