Multivitamin Injection (box of 1 vial)
Multivitamin Injection (box of 1 vial)
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Multivitamin Injection

VitaCare™ (Multivitamin Injection is a nutritional supplement for parenteral use in many species of animals. This veterinary injection is manufactured according to the highest production standards by AdvaCare Pharma in one of its GMP/ISO-certified facilities.


Each 1ml: Vitamin A: 3000IU, Vitamin B1: 10mg, Vitamin B2: 1mg, Vitamin B3: 12.5mg, Vitamin B6: 5mg, Vitamin B12: 10mcg, Vitamin C: 1mg, Vitamin D3: 2000IU, Vitamin E: 4mg, D-Panthenol: 10mg, D-Biotin: 10mcg


What is a Multivitamin?

Therapeutic Class:
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Active Ingredients: Vitamin A, Vitamin B1, Vitamin B2, Vitamin B3, Vitamin B6, Vitamin B12, Vitamin C, Vitamin D3, Vitamin E, D-Panthenol, D-Biotin

Multivitamin Injections are a supplement used to treat and prevent nutritional deficiencies in camels, cats, cows, dogs, goats, poultry, horses, sheep and pigs. It is used as a supportive therapy for young animals in the rapid growth phase. Nutritional deficiencies may lead to issues like avitaminosis, degenerative myelopathy, rickets, osteomalacia, tetany, keratitis, and convalescence.

It is important to note that Multivitamin Injections are for veterinary purposes only. AdvaCare Pharma offers a selection of similar medications that are approved and available for human use; however, this particular formulation is intended to be prescribed by a veterinary doctor or animal care specialist for an animal.

AdvaCare Pharma is a GMP-certified producer and exporter of Multivitamin Injections. This medication is manufactured in our facilities located in China, India, and the USA. We regularly inspect our production facilities to ensure our livestock medications meet quality and safety standards.

Why are we a trusted Multivitamin manufacturer?

Multivitamin Injection is manufactured and globally distributed by AdvaCare Pharma, a leading manufacturer of veterinary injections in the pharmaceutical industry. We have been committed to distributing high-quality, GMP-certified veterinary medications for the global market for the past 20 years. To ensure that our products meet and surpass our distributors' requirements, we carry out routine internal and third-party facility audits.


What is a Multivitamin used for?

It's used to treat or prevent nutritional deficiencies caused by many factors such as illness or convalescence.

What animals can be treated with Multivitamin Injections?

It is recommended for camels, cats, cows, poultry, dogs, goats, horses, sheep, and swine. It's suitable for young animals in the rapid growth phase, such as calves.

How is a Multivitamin Injection used?

This medication has been manufactured as a liquid, which is packaged in a vial. It is intended to be administered by intramuscular or subcutaneous injection. Multivitamin Injection is intended for veterinary use only.

How should Multivitamin Injections be stored?

This medication should be stored in a dark, dry location under 30°C. The vial should be sealed tightly.

What is the withdrawal period for a Multivitamin Injection?

The withdrawal period is 28 days for meat.


How much Multivitamin Injection should be given to horses or cows?

The usual dose is 20-30ml, given IM/SC. Treatment can be repeated after 10-14 days, if necessary

How much Multivitamin Injection should be given to calves, foals, and sheep?

The usual dose is 5-10ml, given IM/SC. Treatment can be repeated after 10-14 days, if necessary

How much Multivitamin Injection should be given to pigs and goats?

The usual dose is 2-5ml, given IM/SC. For piglets up to 10kg, the usual dose is 0.5-2ml. Treatment can be repeated after 10-14 days, if necessary.

How much Multivitamin Injection should be given to cats and dogs?

The usual dose is 1ml.

Side Effects

As with all pharmaceuticals, some unwanted effects can occur from the use of Multivitamin Injection.

Supplements can cause various side effects in animals. Some common side effects may include but are not limited to: • temporary lethargy in dogs (due to increase in vitamin E)

Serious side effects may include:

  • allergic reaction
  • bloody diarrhea (due to increase in vitamin B3)
  • dehydration or night blindness (due to increase in vitamin A)
  • hypercalcemia
  • muscle weakness or convulsions
  • increased blood pressure
  • hyperthyroidism

For a comprehensive list of all possible side effects of this medication, consult a veterinary physician.


Do NOT use Multivitamin Injection for an animal that has a known allergy or hypersensitivity to any of the ingredients.

*Regulatory compliance may vary according to production standard, import requirements and/or manufacturing origin.

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