Anyone use these? Thinking of using it on my older mare who has age related arthritis but still likes to teach kiddos to ride. Wondering if it would just keep her more comfortable?
Home of Amazing (Balou du Rouet/Voltaire)
KWPN, ISR/Old NA, RPSI, and IHF stallion
Not familiar under those names-what's in it? There are a number of things safely used to let them keep working with appropriate limitations.
When opportunity knocks it's wearing overalls and looks like work.
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I don't buy anything from people who don't know what the definition of "chemical" is.
If you are starting a colt and he acts up, roll up a newspaper and hit yourself over the head, saying "bad trainer, bad trainer!"--Bluey
...just settin' on the Group W bench.
OP, why not go with the tried and true options proven to work with known drug interactions and side effects available thru your actual equine health professional-your vet??????????
Despite the purdy pictures in the glitzy, promise filled ads, there are a whole lot of unknowns involved and very little actual research.
And, again, what specifically is in those products you named that you feel will help your arthritic senior? What else is in them?