Finadyne 5% Oral Paste - 6x10g Syringes

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Finadyne 5% Oral Paste is for the alleviation of inflammation and pain associated with musculoskeletal disorders in horses. Available in 6 x 10g syringes.

You should carefully read all product labelling and packaging prior to use.

Finadyne paste is for oral administration only.

Each syringe is sufficient for one day's treatment for a 445 kg (1000 lb.) horse. The syringe is calibrated in 100 kg increments to facilitate dosing of horses of different weights.

Prescription required If you are ordering a product for which a Prescription is required you need to:

1) Obtain a valid prescription from your vet

2) Upload your prescription when you place your order or post, fax or email it to us In some cases, such as for controlled drugs (e.g. Epiphen) we require the original prescription to be posted to us.

See further details on Obtaining a prescription and Repeat prescriptions in our Prescription Regulations document
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Note: Please select size and quantity as shown on your prescription

For the alleviation of inflammation and pain associated with musculoskeletal disorders in horses.