VIRBAC

Founderguard

VIRBAC

Founderguard

VIRBAC Founderguard

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FOUNDERGUARD is a clinically proven preventative supplement for feed induced laminitis and founder. It has been formulated to ensure delivery of the active drug to the hind gut and proven to control the build up of lactic acid in the hind gut. A small daily dose of the palatable granules allows high grain diets to be fed safely. It is recommended for Horses on high grain diets e.g. gallopers, pacers, eventers and show hacks. Horses grazing lush pastures particularly during spring and autumn when sugar levels in pasture are high. Young horses being prepared for sales e.g. high grain/low exercise animals. Horses that have suffered laminitis or founder in the past. Horses undergoing a change in diet. Horses with seedy toe, white line separation or poor-quality hooves
  • FOUNDERGUARD has been scientifically developed specifically for the prevention of grain induced founder in horses and is the only product available to prevent this problem
  • FOUNDERGUARD controls the build-up of lactic acid from this fermentation process, preventing damage to the gut lining and therefore laminitis
  • Can be added to the daily feed as an effective daily management tool of horses at risk of founder and low-grade laminitis

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