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Brooke H.
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Rating: 2

Pigeon fever

posted 5 years ago

we used this when my horse norman had pigeon fever. he had it for 3 months and so i dont know if this helped or not. probably a little bit.

Pros: i think it work

Cons: im not sure if it worked

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Louise G.
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Rating: 5

Works on Sarcoids

posted 5 years ago

I bought this last year after the surgery on my fosters leg did not work. The Vet recommended trying it, so I found it online. It came in the smallest jar ever. I have since tried to find it online again and cannot. I have another foster who has warts on him face and I am going to try the exxterra on him.

Pros: That is works so well, with little amount, is great

Cons: very expensive

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