- Rhino vaccine for horses
- Can be used on pregnant mares
- Helps protect against abortion caused by EHV-1
- Helps protect against respiratory diseases caused by EHV-1p and EHV-1b
- Killed virus
Thank you for your interest in the Revival Animal
Health Pet Pharmacy! As we continue to grow, we look forward to providing you additional
products and services to assist you with all your prescription needs.
You can place a prescription order online or by calling one of our Personal Pet Care Pros at 800-786-4751. In order to receive prescription medications from Revival, we will need the prescription from your veterinarian. We can accept prescriptions through these methods:
Prescription Authorization Forms
Click here to download our Prescription Authorization Form. You can also call us at 800-786-4751 or email us at firstname.lastname@example.org to receive the form. Your veterinarian will need to fill out the form and fax it back to us at 877-335-2680.
Your veterinarian can fax the original prescription from their office to our pharmacy at 877-335-2680. We can only accept faxed prescriptions from a veterinarian, so please do not fax the prescription yourself.
Your veterinarian can call our pharmacy directly at 712-737-5555 x134 and authorize the prescription. If our Pharmacists are not available, please leave a message. All prescription authorizations will require an order and payment information before we can ship the medications. If your veterinarian has sent in a prescription form, please place an order online or over the phone.
MailYou can send the original written prescription (no photo copies) to:
Revival Animal Health Pet PharmacyPO Box 200
Orange City, IA 51041
Please include your order number with your prescription.
All prescriptions will remain on file at Revival. Prescriptions are valid for one year
or until the total quantity has been dispensed, whichever happens first.
Click here for shipping information for prescription items.
A prescription must contain the following
information prior to being filled at a pharmacy.
Name of owner
Name and species of the animal
Name of drug
Strength of the drug
Dosage form of the drug
Quantity of the drug
Directions of use
Date of issuance
Vet's name with signature and state license number
Number of refills authorized
A prescription may be transmitted by facsimile (fax) to the
pharmacy only by the prescribing veterinarian. The prescription can not be
faxed to the pharmacy by the owner of the animal. The owner may obtain the original
prescription from the vet and mail it in.
Federal (U.S.A.) law restricts the use of Rx drugs to be used by, or on the order of, a licensed Veterinarian.
Please Note: Due to federal and state law, we cannot accept returns of prescription medications, so please make your selections carefully.
Sorry, needles and syringes cannot be shipped to Delaware, New York, and Miami-Dade County, FL, without a prescription.
- We cannot ship needles and syringes to the US Virgin Islands.
- A limit of 10 needles or syringes may be sent to Connecticut, Minnesota & New Jersey.
- A limit of 100 needles or syringes may be sent to Illinois.
- A prescription is not required in Delaware, Illinois, Minnesota or New York if for livestock use. We will require a form to be completed prior to shipping your order.
If you have a prescription, certificate of need or require further assistance, please call us at 800.786.4751.
Preservatives: Thimerosal, neomycin, polymyxin B and amphotericin B added as preservatives.
Storage: Store in the dark. Keep refrigerated at 35° to 45°F. Do not freeze.
Shake well. Use entire contents when first opened.
For pregnant mares, aseptically administer one 2-mL dose intramuscularly during the fifth, seventh and ninth months of each pregnancy.
For young horses to aid in the prevention of EHV-1 respiratory infections, aseptically administer one 2-mL dose intramuscularly after weaning, followed by a second 2-mL dose three to four weeks later. Revaccinate with a single 2-mL dose six months after the second primary dose and annually thereafter.
To ensure proper placement and retention of the vaccine, inject deep into the heavy muscles of the hindquarter.
Mild exercise to promote absorption is recommended for one week after injection.
Maiden and barren mares that come in contact with vaccinated pregnant mares should be vaccinated on the same schedule as the pregnant mares with which they are in contact. Mares more than five months pregnant at the time of arrival on a farm should be vaccinated upon arrival and at two-month intervals until foaling.
Pregnant mares that are in contact with mares that have aborted EHV-1 infected fetuses should be vaccinated. Such vaccination may provide immunity for those mares in the group which are not incubating an abortigenic infection at the time of vaccination.