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Abler™ Omeprazole

Abler™ Omeprazole is for prevention and treatment of Equine Gastric Ulcers Syndrome (EGUS) which comes in 700mg tablets.

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$1.45
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*Abler™ Omeprazole is available for purchase in increments of 100

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Details

Abler™ Omeprazole blue tablets contains 700mg used to prevent and treat Equine Gastric Ulcers (EGUS).

Why Abler™ Omeprazole?

√ No Waste
Abler™ Omeprazole tablets come in individually-wrapped foil packs, so you can use only what you need without opening the entire strip.

√ Safe to Use
Its enteric coating is specially formulated to help your horse absorb the medicine properly and without hurting its stomach

√ No Adverse Effects
No adverse effects have been reported with the use of Abler™ Omeprazole.* It is also safe for all kinds of horses.

* Effects on pregnant mares and their foals have not been specifically evaluated.

Quick and Easy Administration

There are three ways you can administer Abler™ Omeprazole tablets—through a balling gun, a pill gun, or an apple.

Whether you’re using Abler™ Omeprazole tablets for prevention or treatment, check the calaculator tab for the correct amount of tablets the horse needs.

  • Balling Gun. This is a syringe-like device especially made for administering tablets.
    • Position the balling gun in the corner of the horse’s mouth.
    • Gently push the tip of the balling gun to the back of the horse’s tongue.
    • Raise the head of the horse.
    • To dispense the tablet, push the balling gun’s plunger.
  • Pill Gun. This is a long tube used to dispense pills and is similar to a caulking gun.
    • Insert the tablet/s the horse needs in the pill gun.
    • Steady your horse by holding it.
    • Position the pill gun inside the horse’s mouth.
    • Push the tablets to the back of the horse’s throat gently.
  • Apple
    • Cut a hole big enough to hold the tablet in into the apple.
    • Insert the tablet into the fruit.
    • Feed the apple to the horse and watch until you are sure the whole fruit is swallowed.

REMINDERS:

  • Administer the Abler™ Omeprazole tablets whole as crushing will break the enteric coating which is important for the effectiveness and absorption.
  • Avoid forcing the balling gun or pill gun to your horse’s mouth to prevent serious damage. To administer properly, place the balling gun or pill gun not farther than the base of the horse’s tongue.
  • Horses do not spit out tablets, so watch the horse until you are sure the tablet is swallowed.

Additional Information

Facts & Benefits

Facts about Equine Ulcers:

  • Major factor in poor performance
  • Prevalent among horses prone to stress and training
  • Often undiagnosed
  • Diagnosis using a gastroscope is very expensive
Dosage

Dosage:

For treatment regime:

  • Use one (1) tablet per 175 kg (385 lbs.)/day
  • Recommended dosage is 1.8 mg/lbs. per day (4.0 mg/kg)
  • Use for 28 consecutive days

For prevention regime:

  • Use one (1) tablet per 350 kg (770 lbs.)/day
  • Recommended dosage is 0.09 mg/lbs. per day (2.0 mg/kg)
  • Can be used regularly or as prescribed by the veterinarian

Simply use the correct dosage based on your horse's weight. The Abler Dosage Calculator is available in the toolbar on the right side of your screen or in the calculator tab.


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Customer Reviews

it's a miracle Review by Gwendolyn
Cameo never had an appetite from the time she was very young. When she was four years old she was still so small and skanky I'd barely broken her to ride and had to take it very easy on her because she was so easily upset. A friend suggested that maybe she had ulcers so I looked into it and although at that time I'd never heard of ulcers in horses, it seemed most likely that that was the problem. I started giving her Abler's Omeprozole and literally within weeks she was an altogether different horse. Today, two years later, she is a beautiful healthy happy well-rounded mare that gets compliments from everyone who sees her. Gwendolyn Z (Posted on 10/16/13)

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