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GastroMax3 Paste for Horses, Oral Syringe

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Help prevent pain gastric ulcers in horses with GastroMax3

GastroMax3 Paste for Horses, Oral Syringe is a cost-effective way to prevent gastric ulcers in horses. Equine Gastric Ulcer Syndrome (EGUS) is a common ailment that may affect anywhere between 70% and 90% of racing Thoroughbreds and Standardbreds. Painful stomach ulcers can reduce your horse's performance and may even lead to death.

GastroMax3 has the same amount of omeprazole as name-brand products like UlcerGard, but at a cheaper price. The omeprazole in this product blocks the secretion of acid at its source, the proton pump. The other ingredients in GastroMax3, sodium acid carbonate and l-glutamine, work as an antacid and help stimulate the creation certain mucoproteins, which help minimize inflammation and further damage to your horse's stomach. If your horse is under extra stress caused by training, ravel, racing, prolonged stall confinement, showing, or other lifestyle changes, then GastroMax3 may be just the product to help prevent painful, debilitating ulcers from developing.

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The minimum recommended dosage of GastroMax3 is 1 mg/kg per day (0.45mg/lb) or 1/4 of a syringe.


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  • Uses omeprazole to prevent gastric ulcers in horses
  • Helps guard against EGUS
  • Protects your horse from the painful side effects of ulcers
  • A generic alternative to Merial's UlcerGard
  • Manufacturer information and usage PDF
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This information is for general reference only and should not be used for the diagnosis or treatment of any condition of your pet. Because is intended as a general reference, this information may not include all possible uses, precautions, directions, reactions (including allergic), drug interactions, or withdrawal times. Always consult your local veterinarian and have your pet examined for any advice concerning the diagnosis and treatment of your pet, including which products and doses are most appropriate. Any trademarks are the property of their respective owners.