Equine GutFlush
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How to Administer EGF

If your horse is lying or stretching quietly on the ground, it is okay if he is resting quietly, let him be.  He is trying to get comfortable.  But, you should never allow a horse with this problem to lie down and roll.  He can twist his gut, and then you have major problems.  A twisted gut occurs when a portion of the intestine becomes wrapped around itself. In such cases, the blood supply is cut off and will cause severe pain and possible shock. This will require surgical intervention immediately.

If you suspect your horse is colic, Get your bottle of Equine GutFlush to administer immediately orally. Still skeptic? Call your veterinarian while you wait for the positive results. Your horses should be feeling better within 45 minutes or less.  Just one bottle stops equine colic in its track.

Shake up your bottle and take out the tamper seal, put top back on and cut off the tip about 1/4" and place into the corner of the equine's mouth, with their head tilted up and squeeze small amounts at a time - giving the equine time to swallow the entire contents. You may want to keep an empty syringe handy if your horse is fighting the bottle. They like the taste, but can be hesitant of the bottle shape. 
Full bottle for adult horse (4 ounces), 1/2 bottle (2 ounces) for a foal.  Make sure you get it all out of the bottle - you can add some water & squeeze it into the equine's mouth again.

Remember you usually have 8 hours from the time your equine started to colic to treat them.  

Remove any hay or feed from their stall and keep them moving, unless they just want to stand quietly.  Make sure they have free access to water.  Walking your horse may alleviate some of the pain and will sometimes get the gut moving again.

Don’t take it personally or get upset with your horse if he acts up.  They don’t understand why they hurt or that you are just trying to help him.  Good leading skills and a good relationship with your horse are a must at times like this.

Listen for gut sounds - You will hear returning and/or stronger bowel sounds within 10-45 minutes on both sides of your horses abdomen.

The longest time it has taken for a horse with abdominal distress/ colic to feel like a horse again was 45 minutes.  Each horse is an individual, so depending on when you noticed the bout - don't jump the gun and hit them with Banamine before the product has a chance to work.  (Always allow A full 45 minutes, after you hear returning or stronger gut sounds on both sides of your horse's abdomen).  If you don't, conventional colic treatments will end the process in Equine GutFlush.   

 Surgical (Abnormal) Colic's are horse's that have bowels that are twisted, torsion, knotted, ruptured, blocked with objects, excessive sand, gravel, stones, tumors, with infections or having massive spasms.  The above list of abnormal colic is beyond Equine GutFlush to stop.  

If no sounds on both sides return or no bilateral sounds are heard, your horse may be having a Abnormal Bout of Colic that may require contact with your vet immediately!

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