Diagel for Horses is a one-time oral syringe used to promote bowel health and prevent diarrhea.
Diagel for Horses
Diagel is available over the counter. No prescription is required. Diagel is a one-time use syringe used for intestinal health and the control of diarrhea. Diagel can be given to preemptively keep your pet from having intestinal upset. It is recommended that you give Diagel if your horse is changing food, if your horse is changing environments, or if your horse is under any type of stress. Diagel can also be used if your horse is already experiencing digestive upset. Diagel for Horses should be given according to your horse’s weight.
Keep Diagel out of the reach of children and pets. Diagel is for animal use only. If you suspect your pet has taken more than the proper dose of Diagel, contact your veterinarian immediately. Do not use Diagel if your horse is pregnant. If your horse’s condition worsens or does not improve while using Diagel, contact your veterinarian. Store Diagel in a cool, dark place, protected from moisture.
Give as directed by your veterinarian. Follow the instructions printed on the product packaging. Change the calibration on your Diagel syringe to match the dose for your horse’s weight. To use Diagel, remove the cap from the syringe, then place the syringe between your horse’s teeth. Aim for the back of your horse’s tongue. Press the plunger to release the gel. Give Diagel 2 hours before a stressful event to prevent stomach upset. Always use the correctly sized syringe for your pet. You may give a second syringe if necessary. Overdoses of Diagel are possible. In the case of an accidental overdose, contact your veterinarian immediately.