The physical dedication and exertion demanded of racing animals by their handlers and owners can, on occasions, manifest itself in a variety of ways. Animals can often display signs of mental stress as consequent bi-products of the physical stress they undergo. When attention is required, it is required fast, in order to restore race horses and camels to peak condition in accordance with Government animal welfare legislation. As such, Collovet provides the first port of call to thousands of racing horse and camel professionals.
Collovet is an appetite stimulant and tonic specifically formulated with the needs of the racing horse and camel at heart. Tough training and racing schedules can result in performance stress to animals, causing them to be visibly depressed, listless, unwilling to conform, and also go off feed. A racing horse or camel reacts adversely in cases of accidents, confinement, excess heat and humidity, lack of rest, transportation, and exposure to weather extremities. Furthermore, it is only to be expected that racing animals might go off feed when recovering from illness and operations.
When handlers and owners spot any of these symptoms in a racing horse or camel, they should need no prompting to begin the administration of Collovet. This soluble tonic can be added to drinking water and milk in cases when animals are off feed. It can also be added to racing horse and camel feed in cases when animals are still eating solids, or are returning to eating solids. Its expert combination of B complex vitamins, iron, organic phosphorus, potassium and sodium, stomachics, stimulant and Vitamin B1 is safe. It is furthermore scientifically proven to address the variety of symptoms that an under the weather racing horse or camel is likely to display.
Collovet is a highly respected racing horse and camel feed supplement worldwide, besides in Australia, where it is formulated and manufactured by Ruth Consolidated Industries Pty Ltd. With adherence to legislation governing animals and pets in mind, Collovet ticks all of the boxes, when used in conjunction with befitting veterinary consultation.