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Duralactin-Equine
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Kelly
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Rating: 5

GREAT product

posted 6 years ago

This form of duralactin can be easily fed in food to dogs and cats. Shelter animals get this in their dry food and it is readily accepted.

It is a less expensive - cost effective way to administer microlactin to a large cat or dog population

Pros: Can be administered easily in food to cats and dogs

Cons: none

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Nahobbs
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Rating: 4

Supplement that works!

posted 6 years ago

One of our horses has a lameness issue which we were not able to isolate. Vet thought it might be arthritis, then a hoof problem, then didn't know. We tried Duralactin and she is now moving sound. She has no problems with the taste. I recommend it if you are looking for a long term solution to inflammation.

Pros: Works

Cons: Not inexpensive

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