Contains per ml.:
Butafosfan 100 mg.
Vitamin B12, cyanocobalamin 50 Mcg
Solvents ad. 1 ml.
Butafosfan vitaminB12 injection is indicated for debilitation by acute or chronic metabolism disorders that result from poor nutrition, inadequate management or disease (e.g. developmental and nutritional disorders in young animals due to rearing disease, and (secondary) ketosis in cows). It can be used for metaphylaxis of infertility, puerperal diseases and in support of sterility treatment. It acts as a roborant in cases of stress, overexertion, exhaustion and reduced resistance, and as a tonic in cases of weakness, secondary anaemia and chilling. Butasal-100 additionally supports muscular physiology, the treatment of infertility, and tetany and paresis as an adjunct to calcium and magnesium therapy.
For intravenous, intramuscular or subcutaneous administration:
Horse and cattle: 5 – 25 ml.
Calves and foals: 5 – 12 ml.
Goats and sheep: 2.5 -5 ml.
Lambs and kids: 1.5 -2.5 ml.
Swine: 2.5 -10 ml.
Piglets: 1 -2.5 ml.
Dogs and cats : 0.5 -5 ml.
Poultry: 1 ml.
- Repeat daily if required.
- In cases of chronic disease: half the dose at intervals of 1 – 2 weeks or less.
- In healthy animals: half the dose.
- For meat: 0 days.
- For milk: 0 days.
Keep out of reach of children.
Glass vial of 100 ml.
Pet Care – How To Increase Your Dog Height
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Pet Care is a pet awareness initiative by Harwinder Grewal. Who is an owner of Grewal Pet Shop and Farm, Main Road, Adampur. In this video, he tells about How To Increase Your Dog Height in the Hindi Language.
1. Height is genetically determined. If the pup is getting a half decent diet, it will reach its maximum height without any interference/help from you. Don’t waste your time trying to increase its height. There is nothing you can do to change its genetics.
2. Helping your dog maintain a healthy weight is an important part of being a pet owner. Even healthy dogs can be underweight or overweight, but you may be particularly concerned if your dog has lost weight due to an illness or injury. After a trip to the vet to rule out underlying problems, many underweight dogs can gain weight by altering diet and lifestyle.
3. If you believe that your dog is underweight, you need to begin keeping track of the dog’s weight so that you can track the dog’s weight loss, and then his weight gain as you implement weight-gaining strategies. Be sure to share this information with your vet.
4. You need to be sure that there is nothing causing your dog’s weight loss that needs medical attention. Your dog may have an illness or parasite that isn’t immediately obvious to you that your vet will be able to determine
5. Talk to your vet about using body conditioning scoring (BCS) to help objectively assess whether your pet is too thin, too heavy or just right. A sample chart can be seen here. If your dog seems underweight based on the BCS, you should talk to your vet about an approach to help your dog gain weight.
6. Some breeds, like Greyhounds, and some hunting and herding dogs (Border Collies, Pointers) tend to be leaner than other breeds like Mastiffs and Labrador Retrievers.
7. It is best to have your vet do a fecal test for intestinal parasites, but if you are unable to do that, you can diagnose and treat your dog for worms from home.
8. A dog’s weight is related to his overall health, and part of your dog’s health is getting adequate gentle exercise.
9. Make sure to consult your vet before embarking on a rigorous exercise plan. Some dogs suffer from arthritis, neurological difficulties or metabolic diseases that lead to muscle wasting which would require special treatment under the guidance of your veterinarian to improve your dog’s health without additional injury.
10. If you feed your dog once a day, add a second meal. If your dog is already fed morning and evening, add a meal during the middle of the day. Do not necessarily change the diet you are already feeding, simply add one more meal to the day to add calories.
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