What Is A White Pill T7 Ps

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MOE Says:

Large white pill with T7 line PS. I think its tbute but not sure. used for horses

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buggs Says:
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Yes it has a line threw the middle I know this pill to be a bute tablet for horses ..what I would like to know what is the milagram and doesage on a 1000 lb horse the tablet is t7with a line threw it and the ps at the bottom.

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Unfortunately I wasn't able to identify this pill through any reliable means, however, I was able to find on a lot of open forums and discussion that people are claiming these pills are Phenylbutazone (bute) which are horse pain killers used to treat lameness, laminitis and osteoarthritis. I really don't have any reason to believe this is true but it's the only lead that I have to go off of.

If you live in an area that has horses in the near by area I would suggest taking the pill to a veterinarian and seeing if they could identify the pill or confirm if the pill is in fact a phenylbutazone pill.

I hope this at least gives you a starting point. Good luck.

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