Danilon Equidos

Danilon Equidos

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Danilon Equidos Sachets For Horses (Prescription Required)

Danilon Equidos has the active ingredient Suxibuzone which is rapidly converted into phenylbutazone and oxyphenbutazone. It is designed especially for the treatment of horses and comes in sachets of yellow, odourless granules to add to the horse’s food. Your vet must prescribe Danilon.

What Is Danilon for Horses Used For?

Danilon is used to treat pain and inflammation associated with osteoarthritis, degenerative joint disease, musculoskeletal injuries and conditions such as bursitis and laminitis. 

How to Administer Danilon for Horses

One sachet is an adequate starting application for a 240kg pony. A horse weighing 480kg needs two sachets on the first day. On the following three days, half an application is all that is required, and then after that, this application can be given daily or on alternate days, depending on the response. 

A scoop is provided within the carton to enable half sachets to be measured for more accurate applications of different sized equines.

Danilon Equidos should not be given to any equine which might go for human consumption in future. It is also a prohibited substance under international equine competition rules. Treatment with Danilon should be stopped for a suitable time before competing to allow the drug to clear.

Buying Danilon for Horses Online

Although Danilon is a prescription-only medication, you can purchase it online through Vetscriptions. Simply download our prescription form for your vet to fill out and then provide it to us when you make your order. Purchasing your veterinary medication with Vetscriptions will save you 40%, plus an additional 5% saving on your first order!

Legal Category: POM-V

To find details on all veterinary medicinal products currently authorised in the UK, please see the VMD's Product Information Database.

IMPORTANT LEGAL INFORMATION: this is a Veterinary Prescription Only Medicine (POM-V), which can only be prescribed by a veterinary surgeon, but may be dispensed by another veterinary surgeon or pharmacist. 

You can download a Vetscriptions Prescription form here.