For horses that ingest sand
Signs a horse has been eating sand:
› Weight Loss
› Abdominal Distress
If your horse shows these signs consult your veterinary surgeon. Left untreated intestinal sand can lead to impaction.
Psyllium husks has been shown to help support the REMOVAL OF SAND FROM THE INTESTINE.
Psyllium husks are used as a support for horses at risk of, or with SAND COLIC
Psyllium is a natural soluble fibre derived from the husks of a seed grain. It absorbs liquid in the intestines and swells to support the prevention and removal of compaction caused by ingested sand and foreign matter.
Instructions for use:
SandFix powder- Psyllium husks are used as a support for horses at risk of, or with sand colic.
-Feed 100g daily mixed with fodder for 7 days every 4 weeks for maintenance or as directed by your Veterinary Advisor.
-On veterinary recommendation in the presence of compaction – Feed 100g daily of SandFix powder mixed with fodder. Mixed into the feed every day for 21 days or as directed by your Veterinary Advisor.
Note: Fresh drinking water should always be available.