Manufacturer of Veterinary Injections

AdvaCare Pharma is a leading manufacturer and supplier of veterinary injections for livestock and large animals. Available dosage forms include Liquid Injection, Suspension for Injection and Powder for Injection administered by IV, IM and SQ (SC) route.
Veterinary Injections
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Amoxicillin + Clavulanate Potassium Suspension for Injection
Amoxicillin Sodium + Sulbactam Sodium for Injection
Amoxicillin Sodium for Injection
Amoxicillin Suspension for Injection
Ampicillin Sodium + Sulbactam Sodium for Injection
Ampicillin Sodium for Injection
Atropine Sulfate Injection
Aujeszky’s Disease (Pseudorabies) Vaccine
Avermectin Injection
Avian Influenza (Bird Flu) Vaccine
Avian Pox (Fowl Pox) Vaccine
Buparvaquone Injection
Butaphosphan + Vitamin B12 Injection
Calcium Borogluconate Injection
Calcium Gluconate Injection
Cefotaxime for Injection
Cefquinome Sulfate Suspension for Injection
Ceftiofur HCL + Ketoprofen Suspension for Injection
Ceftiofur HCL Suspension for Injection
Ceftiofur Sodium for Injection
Ceftriaxone Sodium for Injection
Ciprofloxacin Injection
Classical Swine Fever (CSF) Vaccine
Closantel Sodium Injection
Dexamethasone Injection
Diclofenac Sodium Injection
Diminazene Diaceturate for Injection
Diphenhydramine HCL Injection
Doramectin Injection
Doxycycline Hyclate Injection
Enrofloxacin Injection
Eprinomectin Injection
Florfenicol Injection
Flunixin Meglumine Injection
Fortified Penicillin G Procaine + Penicillin Sodium for Injection
Furosemide Injection
Gentamicin Sulfate + Metamizole Injection
Gentamicin Sulfate Injection
Goat Pox Vaccine
Infectious Bronchitis (IB) Vaccine
Infectious Bursal Disease (IBD) (Gumboro Disease) Vaccine
Infectious Coryza Vaccine
Infectious Serositis of Duck + Escherichia coli Disease Vaccine
Iron Dextran + Vitamin B12 Injection
Iron Dextran Injection
Ivermectin + Clorsulon Injection
Ivermectin + Closantel Injection
Ivermectin Injection
Kanamycin Sulfate Injection
Ketoprofen Injection
Levamisole Injection
Lincomycin HCL + Spectinomycin Injection
Lincomycin HCL Injection
Marbofloxacin Injection
Meloxicam Injection
Metamizole (Dipyrone) Injection
Metamizole + Dexamethasone + Vitamin C Injection
Multivitamin + Amino Acids Injection
Multivitamin Injection
Newcastle Disease (ND) + Avian Influenza (Bird Flu) Vaccine
Newcastle Disease (ND) + Infectious Bronchitis (IB) Vaccine
Newcastle Disease (ND) Vaccine
Newcastle Disease + Infectious Bronchitis + Avian Influenza Vaccine
Newcastle Disease + Infectious Bronchitis + Egg Drop Syndrome (EDS) + Avian Influenza Vaccine
Newcastle Disease + Infectious Bursal Disease + Avian Influenza Vaccine
Nitroxinil Injection
Oxytetracycline + Flunixin Injection
Oxytetracycline + Thiamphenicol + Flunixin Meglumine Injection
Oxytetracycline + Thiamphenicol + Paracetamol + Prednisolone + Lidocaine HCL Injection
Oxytetracycline HCL Injection
Oxytetracycline Injection
Paracetamol + Diclofenac Injection
Paratyphoid Vaccine for Piglets
Penicillin G Procaine + Dihydrostreptomycin Sulfate Suspension for Injection
Penicillin G Procaine + Neomycin Sulfate Suspension for Injection
Penicillin G Procaine + Penicillin G Benzathine + Dihydrostreptomycin Sulfate LA Suspension for Injection
Penicillin G Procaine + Penicillin G Benzathine Suspension for Injection
Penicillin G Procaine + Penicillin Sodium + Streptomycin Sulfate for Injection
Penicillin G Procaine for Injection
Penicillin G Procaine Suspension for Injection
Penicillin G Sodium for Injection
Porcine Circovirus Type 2 (PCV2) Vaccine
Porcine Reproductive and Respiratory Syndrome (PRRS) Vaccine
Praziquantel Injection
Reassortant Avian Influenza Virus (AIV) Vaccine
Sodium Selenite + Vitamin E Injection
Streptomycin Sulfate for Injection
Sulfadiazine Sodium + Trimethoprim Injection
Sulfadimidine Sodium Injection
Thiamine HCL Injection
Tiamulin Injection
Tilmicosin Injection
Tylosin Tartrate Injection
VAD3E Injection
Vitamin B Complex Injection
Vitamin B12 + Minerals Injection
Vitamin C Injection
Veterinaty Injections for livestock animals in large bottles.


  • 9001
    Quality Management
  • 14001
    Environmental Management
  • 45001
    Occupational Health and Safety


  • GMP
  • ISO
  • COPP
  • FSC
  • COA
  • COO


  • VICH Dossier
  • Site Master File
  • Bioequivalence (BE) Studies

Manufacturing Locations

  • China, India, United States
*Regulatory compliance may vary according to production standard, import requirements and/or manufacturing origin.
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Veterinarian Voices

See why we are a trusted manufacturer of veterinary medications and pet supplements.

AdvaCare veterinary products are marketed by our distributors knowing that efficacy is assured. Such confidence in our products has made AdvaCare the market leader in countries where reliable, cost-effective livestock medications and pet supplements are in high demand.

Dr. C. Wagner

Veterinary Advisory Board

What are Veterinary Injections?

Veterinary injections are medications given directly into the body of animals. These can come in various forms such as liquid, suspension, or powder and are used to prevent, treat, or manage diseases and health conditions. They are typically given intravenously (IV), intramuscularly (IM), or subcutaneously (SQ/SC).

Veterinary injections play a pivotal role in rapid drug delivery, ensuring that the medication acts quickly, especially in critical situations. Their effectiveness can be observed in the immediate onset of action compared to other methods like oral administration. Additionally, animal injections can be more controlled, allowing veterinarians to administer precise dosages, reducing the risk of overdose or underdose.

Veterinary injections also offer an advantage for animals that might have difficulty with oral medications, either due to behavioral resistance or physical limitations. Giving injections requires expertise and care. It's crucial to ensure the correct site of administration to avoid complications.

Sterility is also of utmost importance to prevent infections, underscoring the need for trained professionals and high-quality products in the field of veterinary medicine. Choosing the right method of medication administration depends on the specific needs of the animal, the nature of the medication, and the circumstances at hand.

Veterinary injections are a cornerstone of modern veterinary care, providing a direct route for delivering medications that target specific health concerns in animals. The convenience and accuracy of injections are particularly valuable when dealing with conditions that demand swift intervention, such as severe infections or acute pain. This method ensures that the medication reaches the bloodstream quickly and efficiently, optimizing the chances of a successful outcome.

In livestock management, veterinary injections are an essential tool for maintaining the health and productivity of herds. Mass administration of vaccinations or treatments through injections can be more efficient than individualized oral administration. This approach is especially crucial in disease prevention strategies, where quick and widespread protection can be achieved, benefiting both animal welfare and economic sustainability.

The technique and choice of injection route also depend on the animal's size, temperament, and physical characteristics. For example, large animals like cattle might require intramuscular injections due to the muscle mass available for absorption, while smaller animals like rabbits might receive subcutaneous injections due to their size. Furthermore, the specific formulation of the medication, whether it's a liquid, suspension, or powder, can influence the optimal administration method to ensure the drug's proper absorption and efficacy.

Veterinary professionals play a key role in ensuring the safe and effective administration of injections. Proper training and expertise are essential to minimize the risk of complications and ensure the well-being of the animals. Regular monitoring and follow-up care are also critical to assess the animal's response to the treatment and make any necessary adjustments.

What are Veterinary Injections used for?

What is the purpose of using Veterinary Injections?

Veterinary injections provide rapid and targeted delivery of medications directly into an animal's body. These are vital for treating acute conditions, managing chronic diseases, and preventing potential health issues. Injections can offer a more precise dosage, ensuring optimal therapeutic outcomes.

How are Veterinary Injections different from oral medications?

Animal injections provide immediate delivery of medication into the animal's bloodstream, ensuring faster onset of action compared to oral medications. They bypass the digestive system, avoiding potential degradation of the drug. Oral medications, meanwhile, may take longer to act and can be affected by the animal's digestive processes.

When would an animal require a Veterinary Injection instead of other forms of medication?

Veterinary injections are often chosen for critical situations where rapid drug action is needed or when an animal refuses or is unable to take oral medications. They are also preferred for certain types of medications that may not be as effective if administered orally or might get degraded in the digestive system. The veterinarian's judgment based on the animal's health condition and the nature of the medication determines the choice of administration.

Do different animals require different injection techniques?

Yes, different animals have varying anatomical considerations that influence the choice of injection technique. The size, muscle mass, and temperament of the animal play a role in determining whether intramuscular, subcutaneous, or other injection routes are more appropriate. Veterinarians tailor their approach to each animal's unique needs to ensure the medication is administered correctly and safely.

Are there any risks associated with giving Veterinary Injections?

While injections for animals offer numerous benefits, there are potential risks. Incorrect administration, unsterile equipment, or administering the wrong dosage can lead to complications. It's essential that trained professionals handle the injections and that they strictly adhere to recommended dosages and administration protocols.

What precautions should be taken when administering Veterinary Injections?

It's crucial to ensure the injection site is clean and free from dirt or contaminants. Using sterile equipment, choosing the correct needle size, and ensuring the injection is given at the right depth can prevent complications. Moreover, observing the animal for any adverse reactions post-administration is essential to ensure their safety and well-being.

Can pet owners administer Veterinary Injections at home?

In some cases, under the guidance of a veterinarian, pet owners may be trained to administer certain types of injections at home. This is often the case for animals with chronic conditions that require regular medication. However, proper training, clear instructions, and close communication with the veterinarian are crucial to ensure the safety and effectiveness of home administration.

What precautions should be taken when disposing of used needles and syringes?

Used needles and syringes should be properly disposed of in puncture-proof containers specifically designed for medical waste. This helps prevent accidental needlestick injuries and ensures the safe disposal of potentially contaminated materials. Proper disposal procedures not only protect animal caregivers but also contribute to environmental safety.

Types of Veterinary Injections

  • Veterinary Liquid Injections are specialized formulations designed for direct administration into livestock animals. They come in single-dose vials suitable for IV, IM, and SQ (SC) routes, offering a range of treatments from pain relief to vitamins and antiparasitic solutions. These liquid injections provide a convenient and precise way to deliver medications, ensuring that the correct dosage is administered to each animal. The versatility of liquid injections allows for effective treatment of various health issues while minimizing stress on the animals.
  • Veterinary Suspensions for Injection are suspensions intended for intravenous and intramuscular injections for livestock. Each single-dose vial contains a mix of active ingredients, including those that address microbial infections. These suspensions offer a controlled and targeted approach to treating infections, ensuring that the medication is effectively distributed throughout the animal's body. The convenience of pre-packaged suspensions simplifies administration, making it a practical option for livestock caregivers and veterinarians.
  • Veterinary Powders for Injection involve dry powdered substances meant to be reconstituted before injection. Intended for both IM and SQ (SC) routes, they are formulated to combat bacterial infections and other ailments in livestock. These powdered formulations offer a longer shelf life compared to pre-mixed solutions, providing flexibility for storage and use. Reconstitution before injection ensures that the medication is fresh and effective, contributing to successful treatment outcomes for various health conditions.
  • Veterinary Vaccines play a critical role in preventing diseases among domestic and livestock animals. They come in various forms, from inactivated to live vaccines, aimed at safeguarding animals like poultry, pigs, and ruminants against various diseases. These vaccines stimulate the animal's immune system, preparing it to fight off specific diseases. The use of vaccines is a proactive approach to maintaining herd health and reducing the risk of disease outbreaks, contributing to the overall well-being of livestock populations.

List of common Veterinary Injections

For livestock and large animals, injections play a crucial role in managing health and treating various conditions. Here are some examples of commonly used injections that cater to the well-being of these animals:

- Ivermectin + Closantel Injection (IvcloCare™) - Ketoprofen Injection (KeproCare™) - Praziquantel Injection (PraziCare™) - Amoxicillin Suspension for Injection (AmoxiCare™) - Penicillin G Procaine Suspension for Injection (PropenCare™) - Ceftiofur HCL Suspension for Injection (CeftioCare™) - Ampicillin Sodium for Injection (AmpiCare™) - Streptomycin Sulfate for Injection (StreptoCare™)

Why are we a leading Veterinary Injections manufacturer?

AdvaCare Pharma, a renowned manufacturer of Veterinary Injections, emphasizes both quality and affordability in our production approach. Our extensive catalog of 250 veterinary treatments, including 80+ injectable veterinary medicines manufactured in liquid injection, suspension for injection and powder for injection dosage forms, resonates with the trust we've built among veterinary distributors, veterinarians and livestock farmers. Meeting the diverse healthcare needs of animals, we provide tailored solutions that add genuine value.

Strategically based in China, India and the USA, our veterinary injection manufacturing facilities adhere to the stringent standards set by GMP regulations. We engage in frequent inspections to ensure we're ahead of industry benchmarks. This emphasis on rigorous quality control translates to veterinary products that consistently fulfill distributor and veterinarian requirements.

AdvaCare Pharma's dedication to manufacturing quality veterinary injections extends beyond expected norms. Our teams of experts are continuously involved in research and development, striving to innovate and improve our vet product offerings. We consistently collaborate with animal healthcare professionals, veterinarians, and distributors to understand evolving needs and trends, allowing us to introduce solutions that address emerging challenges in the veterinary field.