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ToxiBan Charcoal for use as an aid in the treatment of poisoning by most organic chemicals in dogs and cats and other animals.

What is ToxiBan Charcoal?

ToxiBan Charcoal for use as an aid in the treatment of poisoning by most organic chemicals in dogs and cats and other animals.

Who is ToxiBan Charcoal for?

Dogs, Cats and Horses

Why use ToxiBan Charcoal?

-Treats poisoning

How does ToxiBan Charcoal work?

Manufacturer:

Lloyd Laboratories Inc

Active ingredient(s):

10.4% charcoal and 6.25% kaolin

How is ToxiBan Charcoal sold?

240 ml bottle

What are the side effects of ToxiBan Charcoal?

No known side effects

What special precautions are there?

Keep away from children

What to do if overdose?

Contact your nearest emergency animal hospital

How can I store ToxiBan Charcoal?

Store at room temperature.

Helpful Tips:

-ToxiBan Suspension may not be effective against lead, mercury, inorganic arsenic or other heavy metals. -ToxiBan Suspension should not be given in conjunction with oral chemotherapy as the charcoal may adsorb the therapeutic agent.

Give orally causing the animal to drink the calculated dose either as is or mixed with a small amount of cold water. Consult a veterinarian should adminstration by stomach tube be needed.
 
The recommended dosage is 10 to 20 ml per kg body weight (5 to 10 ml per lb). Rinse liquid receptacle with cold water and administer rinsings. Repeat with the lower dosage every 6 to 8 hours for 3 treatments if necessary.

10.4% charcoal and 6.25% kaolin

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