Join Date: Oct 2009
Location: SouthEastern PA
that was my next step to tell her haha. One thing I don't like in joint supplements is yucca. It might work short term but in the long run it usually dosent work. There are also alot of other active ingredients in there that arent even proven to work, nor do we know correct dosages. I keep my horse on just a glucosamine sulfate product for that reason. MSM has also been used as a joint supplement, because it contains sulfate, which is believed can help damaged joints. I don't use MSM alone though. For the hoof- look at biotin, lysine and methionine. They all play a role in hoof development. After you read up take notes and talk to your vet about it. You can also get a free smartpack consultation, which is worth a try.
Keep it mind it could take as long as a year to see significant hoof improvement from a product.