Lamigard® TRT Solution

Made in the USA
Lamigard® TRT Solution from Pegasus Health
1 litre£24.99

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Water, plant sterols, botanical extracts, DL-methionine (technically pure), biotin, folic acid, D-alpha tocopherol acetate (source of vitamin e), 5000 mg/kg, sulphur, pyridoxine HCL (vitamin B6), L-ascorbic acid, (vitamin c), preserved with ammonium propionate.

Lamigard® TRT Solution is a highly effective supplement for the horse or pony which is prone to laminitis, and can be used at high levels in the short term, and at a maintenance level for long term health. LAMIGARD TRT will ensure your horses feet stay healthy all year round and will complement a careful feeding regime.

Lamigard® TRT Solution contains powerful ingredients to help mop up excess free radicals which settle in the feet, supporting a healthy enzyme level within the hooves and providing nutrients to the internal sensitive structures, as well as promoting external hoof wall condition.

Lamigard® TRT Solution can be fed to the in-foal and lactating mare.

For horses and ponies prone to laminitis which are on a restricted diet, feed V-Biotic® alongside Lamigard® TRT Solution, to ensure that key nutritional requirements are met.

Feed 30 ml twice daily for 7 days. Followed by 30 ml for a further 7 days. Then maintain at 15 ml daily.

Available in:
  • 946 ml (2 month supply at maintenance level)

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