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UNDERSTANDING HORSE ULCERS
What symptoms indicate ulcers?
Horses may display symptoms indicating ulcers and other show no outward signs of ulcers.
More information is available here.
How are ulcers diagnosed?
Granues, tablets and paste all contain the same active ingredient - Omeprazole. It comes down to the preferred and most effective administration for your horse.
- Tablets are more difficult to administer - to avoid the horse chewing the tablet best to administer via balling or pill gun directly down the horses throat.
- Oral paste – Syringe – oral paste administered by the mouth.
- Granules- If your horse is not off its feed, top dress/sprinkle granules dry to horses daily feed.
- Bulk packs offer savings.
- Cost per day – our Gastric ulcer treatments cater to every Horse Owners budget, whether it be Oral paste, Granules or Tablets.
- Our website allows you to Compare each Product and its features. For each product, click "Add to Compare" and then use the "Compare Products" section on the side panel
What is the best way to feed ulcer medication?
Can recurring ulcers be prevented?Yes, prevention with AbSucralfate or Omeprazole will assist in the recurrance of gastric ulcers. Read more here.
An enteric coating is a barrier applied to oral medication that controls the location in the digestive system where it is absorbed. Enteric refers to the small intestine; therefore enteric coatings prevent release of medication before it reaches the small intestine.
Most enteric coatings work by presenting a surface that is stable at the highly acidic pH found in the stomach, but breaks down rapidly at a less acidic (relatively more basic) pH.
As Omeprazole is acid-unstable, it must have an enteric coating added to the formulation to avoid the stomach's acidic exposure, delivering the Omeprazole instead to a basic pH environment (intestine's pH 5.5 and above) where it renders the desired action. For example, the enteric coating will not dissolve in the acidic juices of the stomach (pH ~3), but it will in the higher pH (above pH 5.5) environment present in the small intestine.
The enteric coating is designed to be stable in the acid media of the horses’ stomach but dissolves readily in neutral media of the intestine, where it is absorbed into the blood stream.
What is enteric coating made of?
Materials used for enteric coatings include fatty acids, waxes, and various cellulose polymers. Our products use a sophisticated Methacrylic acid copolymer dispersion.
How do I order online?
Can I access my previous orders?
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What is the refund and return policy?
For the latest information about Ablers return, exchange and refund policies click here.
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Can I change my order?
Abler is unable to accept changes to your order once status shows as processing.
SHIPPING, TRACKING and RETURNS
How do I track my order?
How long will delivery take?
We do all possible for your order to be delivered on time. Review our delivery policy here.
How do I arrange a refund, return or exchange?
Please Contact Customer Service With Your Order#, Name. Abler Accepts Unopened Goods That Have Not Expired And In Good Order. All Refund, Exchanges And Reshipment Are Subject To Our Terms And Conditions. A Fee May Apply To Return Packages. Abler Will Reship An Order Not Delivered Within The Delivery Timeframe, Any Known Delays Will Also Be Taken Into Account.
What is Abler’s shipping network?
Abler offers shipping via free registered airmail to most countries worldwide. If your order is urgent contact Customer Support.
Can I change my order?
If The Status Of Your Order Is Processing, We Are Unable To Change Method Of Delivery And Shipping Address. If You Have Any Questions About These Terms, Please Contact Us.
How does Abler’s payment process work?
Abler offers several methods of payment.
How do eChecks work?
eCheck is for USA customers only. To learn more about electronic check payment click here.
Why is my payment being declined?
Most common reason payment is declined is due to an incorrect default billing address. Read more here about to resolve Zip Code error.
How do bank transfers work?
Bank Transfer or TT is offered by Abler as a payment method. Read more about how to send Abler payment by bank wire.
Abler advertises in USD - US dollars. To convert payment to your currency click here.
Your bank will automatically convert payment from USD to local currency.
Who is Abler?
Providing affordable treatment for your horse since 2008.
Abler has been a leader in affordable and effective equine ulcer medication for over 10 years. We know you want the best for your horse, so we work hard to continually improve our products.
Abler products are only available direct from www.abler.com which means we can keep our prices affordable and you can be confident that you are ordering from a reputable manufacturer with a global shipping networ
Where is Abler located?
Who is Abler?
Abler has been a registered company since 2008.
The administrative address of Abler is PO Box 729, Victoria, Mahe, Republic of Seychelles.