Manufacturer of Veterinary Medicine for Camel Diseases

AdvaCare Pharma manufactures and supplies a comprehensive range of medicines for camel diseases targeting bacterial, viral and parasitic infections that affect gastrointestinal, reproductive and nutritional health.
Veterinary Medicine for Camel Diseases

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Activated Charcoal Boluses
Albendazole Boluses
Albendazole Oral Suspension
Bithionol Sulfoxide Boluses
Ceftiofur HCL + Ketoprofen Suspension for Injection
Ciprofloxacin Injection
Dexamethasone Injection
Diclofenac Sodium Injection
Fenbendazole + Rafoxanide Oral Suspension
Fenbendazole Boluses
Fortified Penicillin G Procaine + Penicillin Sodium for Injection
Ivermectin + Clorsulon Injection
Ivermectin Injection
Ivermectin Oral Solution
Ivermectin Pour-On Solution
Magnesium Carbonate + Sodium Carbonate + Nux Vomica Premix
Multimineral Premix
Multivitamin + Amino Acids Injection
Multivitamin Boluses
Multivitamin Injection
Multivitamin Premix
Neomycin Sulfate Boluses
Nitroxinil Injection
Oxytetracycline Boluses
Paracetamol + Diclofenac Injection
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
Rafoxanide Oral Suspension
Sodium Selenite + Vitamin E Injection
Sulfadiazine + Trimethoprim Boluses
Sulfadimidine Boluses
Tetramisole Boluses
Tetramisole HCL Soluble Powder
Tylosin Tartrate Injection
Tylosin Tartrate Soluble Powder
Vitamin B Complex Injection
Vitamin B12 + Minerals Injection
Vitamin C Injection
Veterinary medicine manufacturer of injections, suspensions, powders, boluses, tablets for livestock and pets.


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  • ISO
  • COPP
  • FSC
  • COA
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  • 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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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 is the meaning of Veterinary Medicine for Camel Diseases?

Veterinary medicines for camels address various health conditions and diseases in camel species. Dromedary camels are primarily found in arid regions and are commonly kept in diverse settings, including farms, livestock production facilities, racing industries, and sometimes as pets or attractions in zoos.

Medication for camels can be administered in different forms depending on the specific condition and the desired therapeutic effect. The most common forms of veterinary medicine for camels and camelids include injectable medications, oral treatments such as solutions and suspensions, boluses, premixes, and topical medications such as pour-on solutions.

Some common areas of application for camel medicine include:

  • Treatment of infectious camel diseases including bacterial, viral, and parasitic infections
  • Removing parasitic infestations, both internal parasites, such as gastrointestinal worms or liver flukes, and external parasites like ticks, mites, or lice
  • Supplementing camels' diet to help with nutritional deficiencies and imbalances
  • Management of wounds and injuries with antibiotics, antiseptics, and dressings
  • Support of reproductive health including hormonal treatments to regulate the estrus cycle or assist with fertility in breeding programs

Speaking of veterinary medicine and its broad applications across various species, it's interesting to note the specialized care needed for animals adapted to unique environments. For instance, dromedary camels, with their iconic single hump, are specifically evolved to thrive in arid regions. Their physiological and anatomical adaptations make their health requirements distinct from many other livestock, thus demanding a nuanced approach in their care and medical treatment.

AdvaCare Pharma is a respected supplier of veterinary supplies, including various veterinary medicines for treating camels and addressing various camel diseases.

Types of Veterinary Medicine for Camel Diseases

Veterinary medicine for camels covers many different camel diseases and treatments for varying health concerns. One way to group these medications is by target sickness.

Treatments for Bacterial Infections

Many camel treatments are intended to deal with bacterial infections ranging from respiratory infections to gastrointestinal disorders. As a particular case, camel pneumonia is caused by bacterial pathogens such as Pasteurella multocida or Mycoplasma spp. The main symptoms include coughing, nasal discharge, fever, rapid or labored breathing, loss of appetite, and lethargy. Without the use of medicine for camels, pneumonia can lead to severe respiratory distress, reduced performance, weight loss, and in severe cases, death.

Another common bacterial infection is camel salmonellosis enteritis in association with E. Coli. This is caused by salmonella bacteria and causes symptoms like diarrhea, fever, loss of appetite, dehydration, abdominal pain, and weakness. Salmonellosis can lead to severe diarrhea and dehydration without the right camel medication, resulting in weight loss, reduced productivity, and even death, particularly in young or immunocompromised camels.

One final example are bacterial skin infections like dermatitis and cellulitis (which cause inflammation, redness and pain), abscesses (pus under the skin), impetigo, and ecthyma.

Antibiotic drugs for camels and camelids are used to treat bacterial infections. These may include broad-spectrum drugs like oxytetracycline or enrofloxacin. This antibiotic medication for camels works by inhibiting bacterial protein synthesis, thereby preventing bacterial growth and eliminating the infection. Other common antibiotic camel medicines are penicillin or ceftiofur. These drugs inhibit bacterial cell wall synthesis, leading to bacterial cell death and the resolution of the infection.

What antibiotic treatments for camels are available? Among our range are these products that target bacterial infections: - Ciprofloxacin Injection (CiproCare™) - Penicillin G Procaine for Injection (PropenCare™) - Ceftiofur HCL + Ketoprofen Suspension for Injection (CefproCare™)

Treatments for Parasitic Infections

Common health problems in camels and camelids caused by parasites can include infestations by external parasites, helminths, and protozoa. One common parasitic problem in camels is caused by ticks such as Hyalomma dromedarii or Rhipicephalus sanguineus. Symptoms can include itching, skin irritation, hair loss, and anemia (in severe cases). Lacking the proper medicine for camels, tick infestations will cause discomfort, and skin damage, and potentially transmit diseases to the camel.

Helminths (parasitic worms) can also impact the health of camels, particularly their digestive system. Symptoms include weight loss, anemia, poor appetite, diarrhea, rough coat, and weakness. Heavy infestations can lead to malnutrition, reduced productivity, anemia, and even death without the proper drugs for camels.

Protozoa are one-celled parasites like cryptosporidiosis. The main symptoms of this kind of camel disease are diarrhea, abdominal pain, weight loss, dehydration, and reduced appetite. Without treating camels, cryptosporidiosis can lead to severe diarrhea, dehydration, electrolyte imbalances, and nutrient malabsorption, particularly in young or immunocompromised camels.

Camel treatments for parasitic infections vary depending on the type of parasite. Treating camels with acaricides or tick-killing agents like organophosphates, synthetic pyrethroids, or macrocyclic lactones, will sort a tick infestation. These drugs interfere with the ticks' nervous system or metabolic processes, leading to their paralysis or death. On the other hand, anthelmintic drugs for camels, such as benzimidazoles (e.g., albendazole) or macrocyclic lactones (e.g., ivermectin), disrupt the worm's nervous system, muscle function, or energy metabolism, leading to paralysis and expulsion of the worms from the camel's gastrointestinal tract.

Our veterinary range includes specific camel medications for treating parasitic infections such as: - Bithionol Sulfoxide Boluses (BitsulCare™) - Fenbendazole + Rafoxanide Oral Suspension (FenraCare™) - Albendazole Boluses (AlbenCare™)

Why are we a quality manufacturer of Veterinary Medicine for Camel Diseases?

AdvaCare Pharma is a trusted supplier and manufacturer of Veterinary Medicine for Camel Diseases. Our veterinary range includes a wide scope of antibiotics, antiparasitics, vitamins and supplements and other drugs and treatments that address many common health conditions associated with camels. We have manufacturing facilities across the globe, located in China, India, and USA. Internal QA management systems, along with GMP and ISO certifications, ensure that all facilities follow the highest international standards. Frequent inspections guarantee that all of our products meet and exceed the standards required by health authorities and our distributors alike.

As a manufacturer of high-quality medicines for camel diseases, we aim to meet the specific demands of our distributors and their markets by having an optimum balance of market adaptation and product differentiation.