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GastroElm Plus Helps Rescue Horse With Colic

Posted by Michael Peterson on

This is my rescued horse, Pride’s Viper.   His history was horrible. He came to a friend with most of the hide beaten off one side of his neck. The friend spent several months rehabilitating Pride but was never able to ride him consistently because Pride would spook & jump at any little movement. Since my friend knew my history with the TN Walking Horse breed, they asked if I could take him. I agreed immediately & brought him to live with my herd & me.  Pride was nervous about everything new & it was all new. Kindness, good feed,...

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Dogs Love Colla3!

Posted by Michael Peterson on

Even finicky dogs love the taste of Colla3 added to their meals!  This is great because it's loaded with: Type I collagen for muscle repair and healthier eyes, bones, claws and fur. Type II collagen to repair joint cartilage for healthier joints. Type III collagen for strong ligaments and connective tissue as well as repairing skin, the lungs, intestinal walls and the walls of blood vessels. It's easy and convenient to use.  Simply add the dry powder to meals and most dogs will lick the bowl clean.  Start with a partial dose the first day and gradually increase to the recommended...

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Dog with Pancreatitis & Gallbladder Sludge Makes Excellent Recovery!

Posted by Michael Peterson on

My dog became ill in April of 2019.  She was diagnosed with Sludge in her gallbladder, put on Ursodiol and we assumed we found the problem. A month later she was no better and we found a mass on her spleen so we removed the spleen and assumed we found the problem.  She was on and off food for the next year or so, finally diagnosed with pancreatitis and I had to put in a feeding tube as it got really bad. The tube helped tremendously because she had an aversion to low fat foods.  Once I could keep calories...

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Understanding Pancreatitis In Dogs

Posted by Michael Peterson on

Our first experience with pancreatitis was when our toy poodle, Angel, woke up sick one morning.  Her stomach was extremely noisy, she was uncomfortable and we weren’t sure what to do for her.  Since she was young she had always been a finicky eater in the morning and would throw up bile if she didn’t eat breakfast.  I guess these might have been warning signs.  We had tried all kinds of different dog foods but nothing appealed to her.  On this day, however, things were much more extreme.  By early afternoon she was thowing up and it was obvious that...

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Barrel Horse With Hind Gut Ulcers Gets Great Results!

Posted by Michael Peterson on

This winter was super hard on my North Dakota horses, so it was no surprise when my #1 barrel horse came into spring bearing hind gut ulcers. After spending hundreds of dollars last year on “other treatments” I decided to give Gastro Elm a try. Within 3 days, i already noticed a HUGE difference. My mare started getting her topline back, gaining muscle and shedding her winter coat. I’ll keep all of my performance horses on Gastro Elm for prevention from now on. Im so grateful to find such a great product at an amazingly affordable price! Kris V. 

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