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My mare is doing so well on Vita-Flex!

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    08-22-2012, 08:52 PM
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My mare is doing so well on Vita-Flex!

I'm just overjoyed and have to share!

I put my senr (18 yr) mare on a Vita-Flex/MSM joint supplement near the beginning of Summer, and she's done so well on it. I'm only having to give it to her every other day and the change in her is amazing!

Her weight has boosted up quite a bit, overall she just LOOKS healthier, her coat is much, much softer and shinier and her attitude is even different now! She's sooo hyped up and ready to go whenever I get her out now, where she was just kinda 'Ok, let's go...'... now it's like she's all 'Ooh, ooh, let's go! Come on already! Hurry! Let's run, let's run... let's goooooooo!!!'

I've been riding her bareback whenever I do ride her now (she's not being ridden very heavily, as she's partially retired) and every time I hop on her she's just so ready to head out... and she's wanting to run and not trying to buck, like she was doing bareback. I guess that must have been her way to tell me that she needed something...

Everyone out here says that she's looking and acting like a whole nother horse!
     
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    08-25-2012, 04:09 AM
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I've got five horses on vita-flex accel and two on their hoof supplement. I love the products, and if I ever need a joint supp I will definitely look at that one.
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    08-26-2012, 03:43 PM
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I am definitely satisfied with VF... I will always use it as a joint supplement, at least... and if I ever need a hoof supplement again, I know where I'm going to look!
     
    08-26-2012, 03:52 PM
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It is amazing how much supplements can help certain horses who are missing something or need a little extra. Dogs and people too! Fortunately, they also rarely cause any harm.
     
    08-26-2012, 07:17 PM
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Yep! :)
     

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