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AbPrazole™ Tablets

Quick Overview

AbPrazole™ Tablets (Omeprazole) are for the treatment and prevention of equine gastric ulcers as a once day dose of enteric coated flavourless, blue coloured, tablets.

Omeprazole is from the family of proton pump inhibitors (PPI's) that blocks secretion of acid and assists by reducing and neutralizing acid in the horse's stomach allowing improved healing of existing ulcer damage.

Availability: In stock

Expiry Date: Jan 31, 2018

 per tablet

  • BUY 300 for US$1.20 each and save 18%
  • BUY 500 for US$1.05 each and save 28%
*AbPrazole™ Tablets is available for purchase in increments of 100


Additional Information

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Brand Name AbPrazole™ Tablets
Active Ingredient Omeprazole
Manufacturer Abler®
Dosage Form Tablets
Symptoms Symptoms of ulcers can be subtle or outwardly noticeable. A change from being well mannered to suddenly being difficult to handle, girthy, off feed, poor performance in the ring, grinding teeth, to a dull coat and of a general lacklustre demeanor are a good indication of Equine Gastric Ulcer Syndrome (EGUS).

For treatment regime:
Recommended dosage is 4.0 mg/kg (1.8 mg/lb) per day.

  • Use one (1) tablet per 175 kg (385 lb) of your horses bodyweight, once daily for 28 consecutive days

For prevention regime:
Recommended dosage is 2.0 mg/kg (0.09 mg/lb) per day.

  • Use one (1) tablet per 350 kg (770 lb) of your horses bodyweight, once daily, ongoing as required.

Simply use the required number of tablets based on your horse's weight. Our Dosage Calculator is available to assist you.


Here are three different ways you can administer AbPrazole™ Tablets:

  • 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.
  • Treat eg Apple
    • Cut a hole big enough to insert the tablet in the fruit.
    • Feed the treat to the horse and watch until you are sure the whole fruit is swallowed.
  • Administer the AbPrazole™ 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.
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Expiry Date Jan 31, 2018

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