Veterinary SurfactantThis page contains information on Veterinary Surfactant for veterinary use.
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Veterinary SurfactantThis treatment applies to the following species:
Active Ingredient(s): Contains water, propylene glycol, dioctyl sodium sulfosuccinate, 5%.
Veterinary Surfactant Indications
Horses: For use an enema and a laxative.
Dogs and Cats: For use as an enema and a cerumenolytic agent.
Dosage and Administration
Horses: For use as an enema, administer 4-6 ounces in one (1) gallon water. For use as a laxative, administer orally eight (8) ounces in one (1) gallon water or mineral oil.
Dogs and Cats: For use as an enema, administer 2-3 ounces of a mixture of 5 mL VETERINARY SURFACTANT per ounce of water. For use as a cerumenolytic agent, administer two (2) to three (3) drops in each ear.
Note: Cooler temperatures cause the product to become cloudy. Place in warm water or bring to room temperature (68-74°F).
Caution(s): Not for human use. Keep out of the reach of children. For veterinary use only.
Presentation: 1 gallon containers.
NAC No.: 10942130
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