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Danilon Equidos Sachets provide an effective treatment for pain and inflammation of bones, joints and other skeletal injuries within horses. As this is an non-steroidal anti-inflammatory treatment, Danilon Equidos require a prescription and therefore this item will be sent once the prescription is received.
How to administer Danilon Equidos Sachets:
Horses: For a 480 kg horse: administer 2 sachets twice daily for 2 days. This is equivalent to 12.5 mg suxibuzone/kg/day. Follow by administering 1 sachet twice daily for 3 days (equivalent to 6.25 mg suxibuzone/kg/day). Thereafter, administer 1 sachet daily or on alternate days, in order to achieve the desired clinical response (equivalent to 3.1 mg suxibuzone/kg/day). Thereafter, reduce the dose to the minimum dose necessary for a satisfactory clinical response.
Ponies: Administer half the recommended dose for horses. Adjust the dose carefully according to bodyweight. For a 240 kg pony: administer 1 sachet daily for 2 days (equivalent to 6.25 mg of suxibuzone/kg/day). Follow by administering ½ sachet daily for 3 days (equivalent to 3.1 mg of suxibuzone/kg/day) or 1 sachet daily on alternate days. Thereafter, reduce the dose to the minimum dose necessary for a satisfactory clinical response.
Further administration advice: For administration of half sachets, use the measuring scoop provided. One level scoop contains 5 g granules. Hay, as part of the diet, may delay the absorption of suxibuzone and so the onset of the clinical effect. It is advisable not to feed hay immediately prior to, or with Danilon Equidos. If no clinical response is evident after 4-5 days of treatment, discontinue treatment and reconsider the diagnosis.
Danilon Equidos Sachets contain:
10g of granules. Each sachet contains 1.5 g of Suxibuzone (microencapsulated).
i used bute to start with and was recommended Danilone by a friend. My horse was lame and within 2 days on Danilone he was sound again this is a fab product and easier on the kidneys than bute, Id choose this over bute any day :)