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Horse Sedative Medications

Horse Sedative Medications
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Sedivet 1.0% Injection 20 ml

Sedivet (romifidine) 20 ml is the newest sedative/preanesthetic on the market. It features less ataxia, longer duration of ac...

Allivet Price$77.99
IsoFlo 250 ml

IsoFlo (isoflurane, USP) is packaged in 100 mL and 250 mL amber-colored bottles. IsoFlo is used for induction and maintenance...

Allivet Price$49.99

ISOFLURANE Inhalation Anesthetic For Use in Horses and Dogs. Isoflurane, USP, is a nonflammable, nonexplosive general inhalat...

Allivet Price$12.99

DORMOSEDAN (detomidine hydrochloride) is a nonnarcotic, synthetic (alpha-2 adrenoreceptor agonist) equine sedative/analgesic ...

As Low As$22.99
AnaSed 50 ml

AnaSed (Xylazine) 100mg/ml 50ml is approved in dogs, cats and horses to produce a state of sedation with a shorter period of ...

Allivet Price$31.99
PromAce Injectable 50 ml

PromAce Injectable Acepromazine Maleace Injection, USP - A sterile solution for intravenous, intramuscular or subcutaneous in...

Allivet Price$24.99
AceproJect (Acepromazine Injectable) 50 ml

Acepromazine Maleace Injection, USP - A sterile solution for intravenous, intramuscular or subcutaneous injection. A potent n...

Allivet Price$18.99
Lidoject Injection (Lidocaine HCl) 2% 100 ml

Lidocaine Hydrochloride Injection 2% 20 mg/ml. Lidocaine is commonly used as a topical and local anesthetic. Lidocaine must b...

Allivet Price$6.99

Horse Sedative Medications

There are a wide range of situations in which we like to use sedation. Generally, it’s to make the horse more amenable when something that may be scary or uncomfortable is being done to them. Of course, this varies from horse to horse. It’s important to remember that all sedatives temporarily alter the way the horse’s brain and body works, and have a serious impact on the heart and circulatory system. As a result, they’re all prescription-only medicines, and your vet will want to satisfy themselves that the patient doesn't have any underlying heart problems etc before using them. Allivet has a variety of sedative medications, but a veterinarian should be consulted before making any purchases.