My horse of age 6, long whispy hairs, slow to shed, prone to laminitis, low energy (slow and dead).....3 weeks into pituitary support he is trotting up the hills, acting silly and young (it's controllable) and hes shedding quicker...
Wow.....I have now ordered joint, hoof and coat.....I'm very impressed
In December of 2018 when she was 2, she got really sick. First presented as bloat, but kept eating and having regular bowel movements. We immediately put her on immune support, then off to the Vet, where a complete battery of tests were done, but the only thing that showed off was her WBC count. Being an intact female, vets thought possible pyometra, but that wasn’t it either. We ended up doing an exploratory surgery to find out that her liver was crumbling. We were given the likely prognosis, and that she would have to be medicated for the rest of her life. Well being a big believer in SLH, I declined the medication to give SLH Liver support a chance to work. Well, to no surprise it did. A month later we had a very happy, healthy Rottweiler with normal blood tests. She’s 5 now.
Thank you so much for an herbal approach to naturally worming my horse. Shadow likes it and I think it's more gentle and better overall for worm treatment and gut health.
Helped wipe out our lingering colds :)
I like what it has in it. O know they needs the vitamin and minerals because dry dog food isn't as good as they say. Lots of good stuff is cooked out of it. Ill probly keep them on this.