AbSucralfate single sachets granules

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AbSucralfate single sachets
Expiry Date: Apr 30, 2026

Is your horse irritable, losing condition or has a poor appetite? Could they be suffering from ulcers?

Product Description

AbSucralfate (sucralfate) is one of Abler’s most popular products for the symptomatic treatment of equine glandular gastric ulcer disease (EGGUD) and equine squamous gastric ulcer disease (ESGUD). Also known to be effective for treating the hindgut and right dorsal colitis. Ulcers are a common issue amongst stabled horses, performance horses stressed by a changed environment or horses being treated with anti-inflammatories. 

Sucralfate binds to gastrointestinal mucosa, and acts as a "band-aid" to the ulcer crater, offering relief from pain associated with ulcers.

Each dose of AbSucralfate is effective for 6-8 hours.


  • Available in granule form.
  • Easy to measure and feed.
  • Granules available in bulk packs (equivalent of 48 sachets), for convenience.

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AbSucralfate single sachets granules is available to buy in increments of 1


  • Each 7.2g sachet of film-coated granules contains sucralfate BP 5.0g.
  • Treatment dosage of 30mg/kg (13mg/lb) of horse's bodyweight.




  • Top dress granules to a handful of dry or moist chaff
  • Add to corn syrup, molasses or a treat
  • Mix into a paste and smear onto apples or carrots
  • Mix with water and administer via oral syringe
  • Most effective when fed at least 30 minutes apart from other medication and supplements.
  • Try to feed when horses stomach is least likely to be at its fullest.
Safety and Storage


  • Do not treat horses intended for human consumption.
  • Keep out of reach of children.
  • Veterinary use only.


Sucralfate can decrease the absorption of many drugs, including omeprazole (PPI's), and should not be given within a minimum of 30minutes from other oral medications and supplements.

Side Effects

As sucralfate is not absorbed systematically, adverse effects have not been reported. Constipation is a possible side effect – consult your vet if signs present.


Adverse effects due to an overdose are very unlikely.  


Sucralfate appears to be very well tolerated in horses.


  • Store in a cool dry atmosphere away from extreme heat.
  • Store or transport at 20º to 30ºC (68º to 86ºF).

For added effectiveness in the healing of equine ulcers, learn about the benefits of combining AbSucralfate with AbPrazole or AbPrazole Plus (omeprazole).

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