Endura-Max Plus Paste serving instructions:
For immediate supplementation or pre-loading prior to competition:
½ to 1 tube
1 tube at each vet check
Always provide your horse with fresh, clean water when providing electrolytes.
Daily supplementation of electrolytes to an endurance horse is discretionary. When horses sweat, they lose electrolytes and fluid. Extremely dry climates or cool temperatures can cause sweat to evaporate quickly, causing a rider to underestimate the amount of sweat a horse is producing. Daily temperature, humidity, and workload should be taken into consideration when supplementing with electrolytes.
Horses in light endurance training should receive 1 tube per day.
Horses in moderate endurance training should receive 2 tubes per day, divided into two separate feedings.
Horses in heavy endurance training require 3 tubes per day, divided into three separate feedings.
Always provide free-choice, clean water to horses receiving electrolyte supplementation. Lack of adequate water in a diet supplemented with electrolytes may lead to dehydration and other serious metabolic disorders.
A veterinarian should be consulted before giving electrolytes to a horse that is unwilling to drink or cannot drink.
Storage and shelf life:
Store Endura-Max Plus Paste in a cool, dry place. Protect from freezing or extreme heat. Shelf life is 24 months from date of manufacture when stored under suitable conditions.