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Rating: 5

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posted 4 years ago

This was prescribed by my vet last year when one of my horses was diagnosed with gastric ulcers. We had him scoped to be positive. He was given this everyday for 4 weeks. We had him re-scoped and his ulcers had all healed! We also changed his diet slightly at the vets recommendation. This product does what it claims, however it is quite pricey. A one month supply was about $1,200. Our horse is now ulcer free and healthy. His weight is up about 40 pounds and his coat looks much better. I would use this again on any horse that needed it!

Pros: Does the job

Cons: Pricey

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