Safe for use in horses
PRASCEND is not only safe, effective, and a good value—it’s also easy to give to your horse. Your veterinarian determine out the right dose for your horse and give you specific directions. PRASCEND tablets and packaging are designed to make administration easier for you and your horse!
For your added peace of mind, more safety checks were done during a large effectiveness study, which took place in real-life settings throughout the country.1,2 Results of this study showed that PRASCEND is safe to use in horses to reduce the effects of PPID when you treat your horse with PRASCEND under guidance from your veterinarian.1,2
A 6-month study done in real-world situations showed PRASCEND was safe to use in horses to control common signs of PPID. PRASCEND tablets were given once daily at up to 2 times the normal amount to 32 Paint and Appaloosa horses ranging from 3 to 10 years of age.
Simple to use
Convenient, scored PRASCEND tablets are easy to give. Just don’t crush the tablet or you could be exposed to its effects. Instead, you can put an undissolved tablet in an apple or other treat for your horse. Or simply dissolve the tablet in water, mix with your horse’s favorite sweetener, such as molasses, if you’d like. Then either squirt the liquid into your horse’s mouth or on top of his feed. That’s all there is to it!
- Each tablet contains 1 mg of pergolide mesylate, so you always know how much you're giving.
- Packaged in convenient 10-tablet blister cards (plastic pockets sealed with aluminum foil).
- Blister cards are packaged in cartons containing either 60 or 160 tablets, so you can pick whichever size works best for you!
A good value
For about the cost of one cup of coffee per day, PRASCEND will help your horse control the clinical signs associated with PPID. Include in your horse’s normal routine as a daily treat, to help relieve your horse of the signs of PPID.