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Can liniment gel burn the skin of a sensitive horse?

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    04-23-2009, 01:06 PM
Thanks for the tips. I wish I didn't spend $12 on a bottle of Absorbine. :( I opened it to smell it, so now I can't return it. (The vetrolin smells good but this stuff stinks!) Ack.
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    04-23-2009, 02:44 PM
I've been using Vetrolin for ~10 or 12 years without a problem. I even like the smell (LOL)
    04-23-2009, 03:44 PM
Well you haven't wasted it.

Just get a bottle and mix it like in my last note.
You can put it on his legs after a hard work out.
You don't have to do it ever time but your horse will thank you after a long ride..etc.

So your money wasen't wasted.

Glad I could help

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