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Vital Information about Collovet
hat does Collovet contain?
Potassium glycerophosphate - 24.0g/L
Ferric ammonium citrate - 23.0g/L
Sodium glycerophosphate - 21.8g/L
Caffeine citrate - 12.0g/L
Manganese sulphate - 2.2g/L
Thiamine hydrochloride- 0.2g/L
How does Collovet work?
High performance animals are subjected to many
often overlooked, but which when combined, often have a serious effect on performance.
To counteract these performance restraints Collovet contains
7 key elements
which stimulate the gastric juices and help get the performance animal back on its feed.
– a source of organic complexed iron to help build up haemoglobin levels in the blood stream and increase the supply of oxygen to the muscles.
, which increases the activity of the central nervous system and gives the performance animal a sense of well being and improves the muscular efficiency.
POTASSIUM AND SODIUM
– to help replace body metabolites which can become deficient under stress of racing, eventing,polo, endurance or heavy training.
– helps in the transfer of energy to muscles.
B COMPLEX VITAMINS
– in natural form – to convert carbohydrate to energy and help tone up the nervous system, leaving the performance animal alert not flighty.
improves appetite and helps calm the racing animal.
Warning: Collovet contains Caffeine. If used in performance animals, the regulations of the relevant authorities should be observed.
When should I use Collovet?
Hard conditioning of racing and performance animals usually induces a condition of
as well as
Collovet is designed to assist in overcoming or minimising this stress. It should be used when any of the following occur:
PERFORMANCE STRESS -
caused by hard training and racing.Typical symptoms include
” syndrome, depression,listlessness and general unwillingness.
such as transport, extremes of weather, heat and humidity, handling,confinement, not enough rest and accidents.
Collovet can be used as supportive therapy, to improve appetite and assist recovery and promote bloom. During periods of post-operative and general convalescence Collovet will hasten recovery and ensure more normal functioning.
AS A DIETARY ADJUNCT
to promote appetite, to improve growth rates and offset losses in production due to unthriftiness, lack of vigour and debility.
AS A MILD STIMULANT
Especially helpful for young animals which are weak and undersized at birth and prove difficult to rear.
AS A RESTORATIVE
used as supportive tonic therapy in association with more specific therapy used for the treatment of troublesome and non specific persistent conditions.
NOTE: COLLOVET IS NOT A SUBSTITUTE FOR APPROPRIATE VETERINARY THERAPY.
Collovet is an extremely palatable tonic and is readily accepted by all animals.
How do I administer Collovet?
Collovet is a water soluble liquid which can be dosed in the drinking water, milk, feed or drenched. - Collovet is highly palatable and well accepted by animals of all ages. Used as directed, it does not cause digestive upsets, nausea or vomiting.
Collovet should be administered each day for at least 5-10 days, depending on the level of response required.
During heavy training, give Collovet to prevent the racing animal going
After racing, give Collovet to aid speed of recovery.
DOSE: Depends on the live weight of the animal.
30 ml per 100kg liveweight or 15ml per 50kg liveweight.
Give half the dose in the morning and half in the evening.
Continue for a minimum of 5-10 days depending on the response required.
For more information and label directions
WARNING: IF USING ON ANIMALS DUE TO RACE CHECK WITH YOUR RELEVANT RACING AUTHORITIES TO DETERMINE
When do I need to withdraw Collovet?
Because Collovet contains caffeine it is subject to racing rules in many jurisdictions. Users are warned to abide by their respective Racing Authority’s rulings and to check the warning on the
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