Norodine Antibiotic

Norodine Antibiotic
Equine Paste » 45g Syringe (Pack of 3)

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  • Equine Paste » 45g Syringe (Pack of 3) £49.49


Norodine contains two ingredients which act synergistically to block important metabolic pathways in bacteria. This results in efficacy against a wide range of different bacteria and so Norodine can be used for many types of infection. It is used for infections affecting the respiratory and alimentary systems, as well as many other types of soft tissue infection, including infected wounds and septicaemia. The different formulations of Norodine are intended for use in dogs, cats, horses and calves.

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Reviews (3)

Summary of Reviews for Norodine Antibiotic

Overall 5
Ease Of Use
Value For Money
Absence Of Side Effects
3 out of 3 (100%) customers would recommend this product.
5 stars (3 reviews)
4 stars (0 reviews)
3 stars (0 reviews)
2 stars (0 reviews)
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55 Antibiotic of choice for Prince Fluffy Kareem
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By on 31 October 2015

I take this for every trip to Egypt for the healing of the working horses of the pyramids. Unavailable in Egypt so I take a lot! Easy to mix with their food.
Brilliant stuff and the results speak for themselves.

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55 Good service
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By on 17 January 2015

Excellent customer service from viovet as usual - prescription was accepted very quickly & I was able to order & receive the antibiotics my horse needed within 3 days of emailing it to viovet prescriptions. Great value & free postage

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55 Generally very effective
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By on 4 August 2014

I have several Basset Hounds and one of them has a chronic inflammation of his feet that keep forming sores. He is on Norodine every day after trying several more expensive antibiotics to no avail. These tablets tend to keep the condition under control if not cure it with only the occassional flare up which resolve a lot quicker than they used to and he is much more comfortable and can manage walking a lot easier. I also have a semi paralysed dog that occasionally gets urinary tract infections and he has a week of these tablets and it clears up symptom wise at least after a couple of days. Have also used them for gastric upset tummys to good effect. On the whole they are a lot cheaper than others and just as effective. WORD OF WARNING THOUGH they can help the development of dry eye in dogs so you need to be aware of that and the symptoms so you can deal with it if it happens.

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Q & A

Below are some recent questions we've received regarding Norodine Antibiotic, including answers from our team.

17 October 2017 at 3:03pm



of tabletswhat is the doseage for a 40kg dog per day

  • VioVet Staff

The dose specified by Norbrook for a 40kg dog would be 2.5 tablets daily. However Norodine is often given twice daily so it would be best to consult your vet for the dose they recommend.

4 November 2015 at 8:08pm

Routine prescriptions

Rebecca Lea

  • VioVet customer since 2015
  • From: Wiltshire, United Kingdom

I run a sales prep yard and need routine antibiotics/bute/gastroguard etc etc for a number of horses, up to 12.
Can I get my vet to write a general prescription covering all these drugs or do I need to lodge a specific prescription every time I need to order?

  • VioVet Staff

Basically we can supply pretty much whatever your vet allows on the prescription. If you ordered vast amounts which were clearly above what a yard of your size could use, we would have to question it. However as long as your purchases seem reasonable for what you are doing, we will supply whatever we can. That means it is down to your vet to prescribe whatever he/she thinks is reasonable in the circumstances. If your vet is happy to provide a prescription which allows for all the medication you require, then you can send it to us and just draw amounts of medication off that one prescription as you need them. You might need a new prescription every 6 months or a year, but it could cover whatever you need. However this is entirely down to your own vet and he/she is given great freedom within the law to prescribe whatever is reasonable in the circumstances. Vets are given guidelines from the RCVS and different vets interpret these in slightly different ways, but essentially it is up to your own vet.

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