Learn how Diclofenac sodium uses a new technology to carry the medication past the skin to targeted tissue to treat pain and inflammation in the horse's body.
Â Learn how Digoxin increases cardiac output and causes increased diuresis and a reduction of edemaÂ resulting in a reduction of heart size, heart rate, blood volume, and pulmonary and venous pressures for a healthier heart in your horse.
Learn why Dimethyl sulfoxide is used for emergency treatment of brain and spinal cord inflammation, endotoxemia, laminitas, and in the treatment of very sick, young foals.
Learn why Dioctyl sodium sulfosuccinate is effective in treating horses with fecal impaction and foals with meconium impaction depending on the location in the gastrointestinal tract and the severity of the impaction.
Learn how Diphenhydramine is used to treat horses with allergies, insect bites and stings and other causes of itching and also for its sedative and antiemetic effects in treatment of travel anxiety, and for its antitussive effect in cases of coughs.
Â Learn about the use of DL-Methionine, in combination with biotin, zinc sulfate, and magnesium oxide, as a dietary supplement to improve hoof repair and aid in the treatment of laminitis in horses.
Â Learn why Domperidone is important in the treatment of fescue toxicosis which depresses the hormones necessary for normal labor, delivery, and lactation in mares and also counteracts the effects of the fungal toxins by competitively blocking dopamine re
Â Learn about Doxycycline as an antibiotic of the tetracycline variety used for treating bacterial infections, including Potomac Horse Fever, other Ehrlichia infections, plus Lyme disease in horses.
Learn about Enrofloxacin as a broad specturm antibiotic used to treat infections requiring long-term treatment, such as osteomyelitis, sinus infections, soft tissue infections, peritonitis, and pleuritis or pneumonia in horses.
Â Learn about Epinephrine which is used in emergencies to treat very serious allergic reactions, or anaphylactic shock reactions to insect stings/bites, foods, drugs, or other substances and also for foal resuscitation and cardiopulmonary resuscitation of