I just bought some horse treats(the brand is Vive Equine Treats) and it says: Best By 08/2011. Do you think this would upset/make my horses sick? Please, I really need help with this. I don't want my horse to get sick because of a treat!
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May 1, 2009 | 6 | Just Curious
I love this answers thing!!! It helps me get other perspectives on things and it's super helpful!! I have two chubby little munchkins and I bought them some treats for their birthday and they both turned their noses up at the treats wh… more ›
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