Epinephrine 1:1000 is indicated for emergency use only in treating anaphylactic shock. Usual dose for cattle, horses, sheep, swine is 1 ml per 100 lbs. of body weight, given IM or SQ. I had a hard time finding Epinephrine, everyone was sold out. Once I found Valley Vet I was so relieved to see they had it and for a good price. Once I placed the order they processed and shipped very quickly. They are great to work with! Thank you!
We have a 11 year old pit bull that has been fighting cancer for a little over a year. He gets tumors in his nose and once his nose starts bleeding it’s really bad. That’s why we need this product to help control the bleeding until we can get him in for another surgery which he’s now had 8 surgeries but he’s doing good!”
Injectable solution for circulatory failure resulting from anaphylactic shock where bacterins, vaccines, serums or antibiotics are used. Emergency use only!
Features/benefits of Epinephrine For Goats
For use in emergency cases resulting from anaphylactic shock resulting from bacterins, vaccines, serums or antibiotics.I have a line of Alpine that go in shock when given C&D Antitoxin or Tetanus Antitoxin so yes I have used it and it saved there life.
The dam had a bad bloat so gave her C&D Antitoxin she swelled up and went down gave her epinephrine and Benadryl.
So she wont get that Antitoxin again then the next year I was disbuding her doe kid gave her Tetanus Antitoxin and the same thing swelling falling over so she got epinephrine and Benadryl and made it.
So it can be a big help to have epinephrine just in case.
For emergency use only! Check with your veterinarian on frequency of usage.
Instruction for use
Cattle, horse, sheep and swine: Administer 1 ml of 1:1000 solution per 100 pounds of body weight injected subcutaneously or intramuscularly.
Cats and dogs: Administer 0.1-0.5 ml of 1:1000 solution injected subcutaneously or intramuscularly.
Prices of Epinephrine For Goats
$32.99 – $42.99