Sucralfate Medication for Horses Ulcers Treatment

Sucralfate is a powerful treatment for stomach and hindgut ulcers in horses. It is used inconjunction with omeprazole to treat stomach ulcers.


In simple terms, gastric ulcers are found in the horse’s stomach while hindgut ulcers are found in the hindgut (or specifically the colon & cecum).

Sucralfate is sucrose octasulfate hydroxy aluminium salt that functions by attaching to the mucosal lining of the colon and stomach.

It acts as a bandage over ulcerated tissue, shielding ulcerative craters from more harm from stomach acid and digestive enzymes. Sucralfate also promotes healing of the stomach lining and pain relief.

To stop new ulcers from forming, sucralfate also alters the environment in the stomach and small intestine. 

Administer at a minimum of 30 minutes before or after meals, sucralfate should be taken two to three times per day.

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