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Best Medicines and Supplements for Horces, Camels, Pets, and Livestock in the UAE

Horces, camels, livestock and pets are susceptible to many diseases and disorders. Providing the best medicines and supplements to ensure their optimal health and performance is of paramount importance for pet and livestock owners and veterinarians.

Vetoquinol offers a robust product line of veterinary medicines and supplements that are developed in their own pharmaceutical laboratory, which is the 10th largest animal healthcare laboratory in the world.

In this article we highlight 5 of Vetoquinol’s best-selling products in the UAE. The medicines and supplements detailed below support digestive health, metabolic health, vitamin deficiencies, and protect against infectious diseases.

Digestive Health Medicine

The gastrointestinal (GI) tract is susceptible to infection by many pathogens. These pathogens can cause illness and lead to suboptimal performance, and sometimes death. The liver plays a critical within the digestive system, processing nutrients and making the chemicals the body needs to function. If your animal is diagnosed with a digestive disorder, such as kidney failure, Vetoquinol Ornipural Solution may be prescribed to stimulate the liver activities and get your animal’s gut health back to optimal performance. The medicine is suitable for treating cattle, horses, sheep, goats, pigs, dogs and cats.

Metabolic Disease Medicine

When an animal’s reserves of calcium, magnesium or energy sources cannot meet its metabolic needs, it may

develop

a metabolic disease. In production animals, or farm animals, non-infectious diseases like parturient hypocalcaemia, hypomagnesaemia, ketosis, and bloating can occur, resulting in pain and poor production levels. Vetoquinol’s Energidex is the best supplement developed for cattle, sheep, horses, and dogs to provide extra energy when needed and supply the calories needed to help relieve a metabolic disorder.

Vitamin C Deficiency Medicine for Animals

No animal can live without Vitamin C, also known as ascorbic acid. Vitamin C is required for the synthesis of “repair” collagen, the lack of which leads to the symptoms of scurvy. Only humans, some primates, guinea pigs, and some fishes and birds do not have the enzyme needed to produce Vitamin C. While all other animals can manufacture their own Vitamin C, if they contract a liver disease, they may not be able to produce enough Vitamin C. As a result, they could develop slowed healing and an increased susceptibility to disease. Vetoquinol Vita-C is an effective injectable used in cattle, sheep, goats, horses, dogs, cats and poultry to boost the animal’s Vitamin C levels. It can also be used to prevent certain toxicity syndromes.

Vitamin B1 and B6 for Animals

B1, also known as thiamine, and B6, known as Pyridoxine, are essential for animal health, but are only offered in small quantities in most animal food. As B complex vitamins are water-soluble, they are only stored in very small amounts in the body. Which is why supplementing these vitamins is very important. Vetoquinol Corebral is an injectable designed to boost an animal’s Vitamin B1 and B6 levels. B1 deficiencies can result in loss of appetite, loss of reflexes, loss of nerve control, weakness. While B6 losses can result in anemia, poor growth, skin lesions.

Antibiotics for Animals

Despite your best efforts to care for your animals, they can succumb to diseases. While some infectious bacterial diseases are preventable through vaccinations, others require treatment with antibiotics. Vetoquinol’s Marbocyl product line are anti-infective agents used to treat skin and soft tissue infections, urinary tract infections and respiratory infections in livestock and companion animals. This medicine plays a critical role in treating, controlling and sometimes preventing the spread of bacterial diseases in farm livestock and companion animals.

By | 2018-01-20T18:05:37+00:00 January 20th, 2018|Camel, Horse, pets, vetoquinol|0 Comments

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