Spectam Scour Halt 50mg/ml Oral Solution 100ml

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

Spectam Scour Halt 50 mg/ml Oral Solution 100ml is used in piglets for the treatment and control of infectious bacterial enteritis associated with Escherichia coli sensitive to spectinomycin and lambs: for the prevention of bacterial neonatal disease (e.g.watery mouth disease) in lambs which are at risk of colostrum deprivation.

You should use this product as directed by your veterinary surgeon

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
Animal registration required Like you, we care about the wellbeing of your pets. It is therefore essential to register them individually with Animed Direct so that our Registered Qualified Persons (RQPs) can ensure all prescribed and restricted products are being purchased for the correct species according to weight and size.
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Spectam Scour Halt 50 mg/ml Oral Solution is used in piglets for the treatment and control of infectious bacterial enteritis associated with Escherichia coli sensitive to spectinomycin and lambs: for the prevention of bacterial neonatal disease (e.g.watery mouth disease) in lambs which are at risk of colostrum deprivation.