Manufacturer of Veterinary Medicine for Goats

AdvaCare Pharma is a trusted manufacturer of veterinary medicine for goats. Our range encompasses various treatments for goats addressing both common diseases and specific health concerns.
Veterinary Medicine for Goats

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Activated Charcoal Boluses
Albendazole + Niclosamide Oral Suspension
Albendazole + Oxyclozanide Boluses
Albendazole + Oxyclozanide Oral Suspension
Albendazole Boluses
Albendazole Oral Suspension
Albendazole Premix
Amitraz Dip Solution
Amoxicillin Sodium + Sulbactam Sodium for Injection
Amoxicillin Sodium for Injection
Amoxicillin Soluble Powder
Amoxicillin Suspension for Injection
Ampicillin Sodium + Sulbactam Sodium for Injection
Ampicillin Sodium for Injection
Amprolium HCL + Sulfaquinoxaline + Vitamin A + Vitamin K3 Soluble Powder
Bithionol Sulfoxide Boluses
Butaphosphan + Vitamin B12 Injection
Calcium Borogluconate Injection
Calcium Gluconate Injection
Cefotaxime for Injection
Ceftiofur HCL + Ketoprofen Suspension for Injection
Ceftiofur HCL Oral Suspension
Ceftiofur HCL Suspension for Injection
Ceftriaxone Sodium for Injection
Ciprofloxacin Injection
Ciprofloxacin Oral Solution
Deltamethrin Pour-On Solution
Dexamethasone Injection
Diclofenac Sodium Injection
Diminazene Diaceturate + Antipyrine Granules
Diminazene Diaceturate for Injection
Doramectin Injection
Doxycycline + Colistin + Vitamins Premix
Doxycycline Hyclate Injection
Enrofloxacin Injection
Fenbendazole + Rafoxanide Oral Suspension
Fenbendazole Boluses
Fenbendazole Oral Suspension
Fenbendazole Premix
Florfenicol Injection
Flumequine Oral Solution
Flumethrin Spray
Flunixin Meglumine Injection
Fortified Penicillin G Procaine + Penicillin Sodium for Injection
Gentamicin Sulfate + Doxycycline Soluble Powder
Gentamicin Sulfate + Metamizole Injection
Gentamicin Sulfate Injection
Goat Pox Vaccine
Iron Dextran + Vitamin B12 Injection
Iron Dextran Injection
Ivermectin + Clorsulon Injection
Ivermectin + Closantel Injection
Ivermectin Injection
Ivermectin Oral Solution
Ivermectin Pour-On Solution
Ivermectin Tablets
Kanamycin Sulfate Injection
Levamisole Granules
Levamisole HCL + Oxyclozanide Oral Suspension
Levamisole HCL Soluble Powder
Levamisole Injection
Lincomycin HCL + Spectinomycin Injection
Lincomycin HCL Injection
Magnesium Carbonate + Sodium Carbonate + Nux Vomica Premix
Metamizole (Dipyrone) Injection
Metamizole + Dexamethasone + Vitamin C Injection
Multivitamin + Amino Acids Injection
Multivitamin Boluses
Multivitamin Injection
Neomycin Soluble Powder
Neomycin Sulfate Boluses
Niclosamide + Levamisole HCL Oral Suspension
Nitroxinil Injection
Norfloxacin Oral Solution
Oxytetracycline + Flunixin Injection
Oxytetracycline + Folic Acid + Calcium Pantothenate + Minerals + Multivitamin Soluble Powder
Oxytetracycline + Thiamphenicol + Flunixin Meglumine Injection
Oxytetracycline + Thiamphenicol + Paracetamol + Prednisolone + Lidocaine HCL Injection
Oxytetracycline Boluses
Oxytetracycline HCL + Folic Acid + Calcium Pantothenate + Multivitamin Soluble Powder
Oxytetracycline HCL Injection
Oxytetracycline HCL Soluble Powder
Oxytetracycline Injection
Oxytetracycline Premix
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
Sorbitol + Carnitine HCL + Betaine + Choline Chloride + D-Panthenol + Magnesium Sulfate Oral Solution
Spectinomycin HCL + Colistin Sulfate Oral Solution
Streptomycin Sulfate for Injection
Sulfadiazine + Trimethoprim Boluses
Sulfadiazine + Trimethoprim Oral Solution
Sulfadimidine Boluses
Sulfadimidine Sodium Injection
Tetramisole Boluses
Tetramisole HCL Soluble Powder
Tiamulin Injection
Triclabendazole Oral Suspension
Tuberculose Test Kit
Tylosin Tartrate Injection
Tylosin Tartrate Soluble Powder
VAD3E Injection
Vitamin B Complex Injection
Vitamin B1 + B2 + B6 + B12 + Biotin Oral Solution
Vitamin C Injection
Vitamin E + Selenium Oral Solution
Veterinary medicine manufacturer of injections, suspensions, powders, boluses, tablets for livestock and pets.


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  • China, India, United States
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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 Goats?

Veterinary medicine for goats involves the diagnosis, treatment, and prevention of diseases and health conditions in goats. Goats are livestock animals primarily kept on farms for various purposes such as milk production, and meat. They may also be found in animal centers and places like zoos. AdvaCare Pharma is a well-established company that manufactures and distributes veterinary livestock medications, including treatments for goats. These come in various forms depending on the specific needs and conditions, such as:

  • Oral drugs for goats include tablets, oral suspensions, oral solutions, or soluble powders. The goat typically ingests these through the mouth to be absorbed into the bloodstream through the digestive system.
  • Boluses for goats are solid, pill-like formulations that are administered into the animal's mouth, often with a specialized bolus applicator.
  • Premixes and granules for goats are administered orally by being mixed into the animal's feed. These goat medications can help with nutritional deficiencies, parasite infestations, metabolic disorders, and overall herd health management.
  • Injectable medications administered either intramuscularly, intravenously or subcutaneously. Injectable goat medications are essential when rapid absorption or immediate therapeutic effects are required.
  • Topical goat medicines can come in the form of pour-on solutions, or dip solutions. These are applied externally for localized treatment of skin or removal of external parasites.

Some specific areas of application of medications for goats include:

  • Removal of internal and external parasites like gastrointestinal worms, external parasites like mites and lice, and liver flukes using goat dewormer.
  • Treatment of respiratory infections caused by bacteria or viruses. Medication such as antivirals or antibiotics for goats may be prescribed to treat respiratory conditions like pneumonia, bronchitis, or viral respiratory diseases.
  • Management of metabolic disorders such as ketosis, acidosis, or hypocalcemia. Veterinary medicine for goats can be used to manage these conditions by providing nutritional support, electrolyte supplementation, or hormonal therapy.
  • Support of reproductive health including estrus synchronization, treatment of reproductive disorders, and hormonal interventions to regulate breeding cycles and enhance fertility.
  • Treatment of gastrointestinal problems, such as goat bloat treatment and goat diarrhea treatment. Goat medication addresses these by regulating gut motility, neutralizing excess gas, and replenishing lost fluids and electrolytes, ensuring a healthy and functional digestive tract.

Types of Veterinary Medicine for Goats

Veterinary medicine for goats comes in various forms to target many ailments. These goat medications can be grouped by common health concerns.

Respiratory Infections

Respiratory infections in goats can be a significant problem as they can cause discomfort, compromised health, reduced productivity, and even mortality if left untreated. There are a number of different causes for these infections.

One specific example is pneumonia, commonly caused by bacteria such as Pasteurella spp. and viruses like caprine arthritis and encephalitis (CAE) virus. Pneumonia in goats can occur due to various factors, such as exposure to pathogens, stress, poor ventilation, overcrowding, and inadequate nutrition. Bacterial infections are often secondary to viral respiratory infections. Symptoms may include coughing, nasal discharge, fever, rapid and labored breathing, reduced appetite, and lethargy. Severe cases may show signs of respiratory distress.

Respiratory infections, especially pneumonia, can have a serious impact on the affected goat's overall health and productivity. They can lead to reduced weight gain, decreased milk production, poor reproductive performance, and even death, particularly in young or immunocompromised animals.

Treating respiratory infections in goats typically involves administering appropriate antibiotic livestock medicines to target the specific bacterial pathogens involved. Broad-spectrum antibiotic drugs for goats such as oxytetracycline or penicillin are commonly used. Supportive care, including rest, good nutrition, and proper ventilation, is also essential. Our range of respiratory medicines for goats includes: - Oxytetracycline + Flunixin Injection (OxyfluCare™) - Oxytetracycline Premix (OxyCare™) - Fortified Penicillin G Procaine + Penicillin Sodium for Injection (ForProCare™) - Penicillin G Procaine + Dihydrostreptomycin Sulfate Suspension for Injection (DipenGCare™)

Metabolic Disorders

Metabolic disorders in goats can negatively impact the overall health and productivity of the animals. These disorders are typically caused by imbalances or dysfunctions in various metabolic processes, leading to abnormal physiological functions.

One common example is known as milk fever (hypocalcemia). This occurs when there is a sudden drop in blood calcium levels around the time of parturition. This condition is typically seen in high-producing dairy goats. Symptoms can include weakness, muscle tremors, difficulty standing, loss of appetite, and decreased milk production. Hypocalcemia can lead to impaired muscle function, affecting the goat's ability to stand and nurse their kids. If not promptly treated, it can result in recumbency and other severe complications. The primary treatment for milk fever involves administering goat medicines containing calcium to quickly increase blood calcium levels. These livestock medications work by providing a readily available source of calcium, restoring the normal calcium balance in the body. Examples from our list of medicine for goats include: - Calcium Borogluconate Injection (CaborCare™) - Calcium Gluconate Injection (CalCare™)

Reproductive Disorders

Reproductive disorders in goats can affect their breeding capabilities and overall reproductive health, leading to decreased fertility rates and potential economic losses for goat producers and farmers. These disorders can have various causes, including infections, hormonal imbalances, nutritional deficiencies, or genetic factors.

One example is pyometra which is caused by a bacterial infection of the uterus in goats, typically due to the persistence of the corpus luteum (CL) and subsequent bacterial contamination. Symptoms may include vaginal discharge, abdominal distension, fever, lethargy, and decreased appetite. Pyometra can lead to infertility, reduced conception rates, and even systemic illness if left untreated. Treatment for pyometra involves the administration of antibiotic goat medication to control the bacterial infection. In severe cases, surgical intervention may be necessary to remove the infected uterus (hysterectomy). Antibiotics such as broad-spectrum penicillins or cephalosporins are commonly used to target the causative bacteria and resolve the infection. Among our range are the following treatments for infections associated with reproductive disorders: - Penicillin G Procaine + Penicillin G Benzathine + Dihydrostreptomycin Sulfate L.A. Suspension for Injection (DipenGProCare™) - Penicillin G Procaine for Injection (PropenCare™) - Penicillin G Procaine + Neomycin Sulfate Suspension for Injection (NeoGCare™)

Gastrointestinal Disorders

Gastrointestinal challenges in goats are a significant concern as they can hamper their overall well-being, digestion, and nutrient absorption. Such disorders can arise from a variety of causes including parasitic infections, sudden dietary changes, bacterial infections, and obstructions in the digestive tract.

A prevalent gastrointestinal issue in goats is bloat, an accumulation of gas in the stomach. This condition, which requires timely goat bloat treatment, can be fatal if not addressed promptly. Symptoms include a distended abdomen, discomfort, and difficulty breathing. Another common issue is diarrhea, which can result from various factors like infections, dietary imbalances, or internal parasites. Effective goat diarrhea treatment is essential not only to alleviate the immediate symptoms but also to address the root cause, whether it's bacterial or parasitic.

Parasitic infections, especially from gastrointestinal worms, are a widespread concern. Using a goat dewormer regularly is vital to keep the herd free from these internal parasites, ensuring their health and productivity. To address these gastrointestinal disorders, a combination of medicine for goats is often required. Depending on the specific ailment, antibiotics for goats may be prescribed in addition to worming a goat, especially in cases of bacterial-induced conditions.

Why are we a top manufacturer of Veterinary Medicine for Goats?

AdvaCare Pharma has been in the business of manufacturing quality-assured Veterinary Medicine for Goats for over 20 years. Our veterinary range comprises antibiotics, dewormers and other treatments for common diseases and health concerns for livestock animals including goats.

As a reputable manufacturer of veterinary medicines for goats, AdvaCare Pharma always aims to provide the best value for our distributors by focusing on high-quality, affordable veterinary products and market-specific solutions. Our extensive product range allows us to scale our resources, adding unparalleled value for our distributors to meet the challenges of their markets.